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Old 06-30-2012, 09:52 PM
Andy Smith
Default Reports of (Debian?) Linux kernel 2.6.32 livelocking when notified of leap second


Has anyone been seeing this sort of thing in the last 22-ish hours?


I've run adjtimex -p on all of my servers and they're all reporting
status 17, which as far as I can tell means they've already been sent
adjtimex()by ntpd and will add a leap second at midnight.

As I understand the reports so far, the livelock would happen at the
point where ntpd sends the adjtime(), soif they haven't locked
already then they aren't going to.


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