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Bug#322164: marked as done (System clock too much late during system run.)

Your message dated Thu, 22 May 2008 00:09:00 +0200
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and subject line Re: System clock too much late during system run.
has caused the Debian Bug report #322164,
regarding System clock too much late during system run.
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Package: kernel-image
Version: 2.6.11-1-686

System time going too much wrong during system run.

I install Debian 3.1 Sarge, and later install several scientific
packages (cernlib) from testing tree.
Also I have install new kernel from this tree.

Now my system are

Problem: I use NTP server to set system time (system clock).
During 24 hours of working system time became 12.9 seconds late.
I check hardware clock on my computer, and found it's only 0.1
second late during 24 hours of power off.

My hardware Pentium III MMX 500MHz,
i440BX chip.

Same problem at my compaq nx9010 laptop, but in this case clock 2
seconds late. On laptop I install system from testing (Etch) tree at
CPU - Celeron 2600 MHz.

Best regards,
 Alexi                          mailto:sh_leha@mail.ru

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closing as no followup since initial report.
also no second report.
ancient kernel older then etch.


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