massive time drift. NTP help required

Henry Ritzlmayr fedora-list at rc0.at
Fri Jun 1 13:56:20 UTC 2007


Am Freitag, den 01.06.2007, 06:52 -0600 schrieb Mark Hutchinson:
> Also, i now see that my dmesg output is FULL of this:
> 
> /dev/vmmon[27928]: host clock rate change request 1509 -> 1512
> /dev/vmmon[27928]: host clock rate change request 1512 -> 1515
> /dev/vmmon[27928]: host clock rate change request 1515 -> 1535 
> /dev/vmmon[27928]: host clock rate change request 1535 -> 0
> /dev/vmmon[27928]: host clock rate change request 0 -> 1479

This is from your vmware installation. Vmware tries to find the proper
interrupt timing for its guests. Several possibilities can cause this.

For your server time drift, this has no effect - but I guess your guests
date/time is not accurate as well. 

Henry

PS: please don´t top post
 





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