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Old 04-21-2008, 11:26 AM
"David Hl√°ńćik"
 
Default vmware free on Centos5.1 clock sync

Hi, i am running¬*¬*virtual machines on vmware free , both with Windows Server Enterprise 2003.
Problem is with clock, they are allways goinng forward faster then should.
dmesg informs about :
¬*
dev/vmmon[21623]: host clock rate change request 83 -> 1043
/dev/vmmon[21623]: host clock rate change request 1043 -> 83
/dev/vmmon[21623]: host clock rate change request 83 -> 1043
/dev/vmmon[21623]: host clock rate change request 1043 -> 83

/dev/vmmon[21623]: host clock rate change request 83 -> 1043
/dev/vmmon[21623]: host clock rate change request 1043 -> 83
¬*
all the time. I found on centos wiki information ,about vmware kernel running inside linux virtual machines to change frequency to 100hz.
Is there any workaround for this issue?

Thanks!

David
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Old 04-21-2008, 12:27 PM
Les Mikesell
 
Default vmware free on Centos5.1 clock sync

David HlŠc(ik wrote:

Hi, i am running virtual machines on vmware free , both with Windows Server
Enterprise 2003.
Problem is with clock, they are allways goinng forward faster then should.
dmesg informs about :

dev/vmmon[21623]: host clock rate change request 83 -> 1043
/dev/vmmon[21623]: host clock rate change request 1043 -> 83
/dev/vmmon[21623]: host clock rate change request 83 -> 1043
/dev/vmmon[21623]: host clock rate change request 1043 -> 83
/dev/vmmon[21623]: host clock rate change request 83 -> 1043
/dev/vmmon[21623]: host clock rate change request 1043 -> 83

all the time. I found on centos wiki information ,about vmware kernel
running inside linux virtual machines to change frequency to 100hz.
Is there any workaround for this issue?



Try following the instructions here on the host side:
http://blog.autoedification.com/2006/11/vmware-guest-clock-runs-fast.html

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