[arch-general] linux 3.1-4 - two i686 lockups after ~ 5 hours of operations. two x86_64 seem OK
registo.mailling at gmail.com
Thu Nov 10 18:17:34 EST 2011
On 10-11-2011 22:40, David C. Rankin wrote:
> On 11/10/2011 04:16 PM, Kirill Churin wrote:
>> localtime is a mess, it were told here zillion times.
>> Maybe you'll better run Windows in virtual machine instead?
> Thanks Kirill,
> I have both virtualbox running in Arch, and I also have the original
> drive in this box that boots windows. The other 2 drives hold Arch. I
> have been running the box with the clock set to UTC in rc.conf and the
> cmos clock set to UTC. So, the localtime setting issue isn't an issue
> here or part of the problem.
> I just tried changing the cmos to localtime and setting localtime in
> rc.conf, and all seemed to work well, so I'm not sure what would break
> due to this lack of support for it. But all of the issues we have
> discussed with the whacky time resets have occurred with the time set to
> UTC. Dunno, still unanswered...
Do you happen to have more than one thing trying to take care of the
clock? Check rc.conf, rc.local, cron jobs or something that is run with
enough privileges to change the clock (only root can do so?).
Is the offset always the same, that is, the clock is always changed by
the same amount? This may help relate it with something.
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