[time] Worried newbie - odd graphs?
Thu Apr 1 08:53:01 UTC 2010
Hi Adrian, thanks for constructive reply,
> This one *is* odd.
Damn I thought so. :)
> The since wave per se is often seen related to temperature changes.
> So something is decidedly wrong with your machine. A very bad motherboard
> clock perhaps, or the Linux issue Dave Hart has mentioned, perhaps.
I am using Asus P5BV-C with older Xeon 3085, nothing is overclocked
and temperatures are very OK. This board is running nonstop for two
years and I've never seen any instability issues.
Linux - might be, Debian testing is nightmare, plus with XEN - hell.
Planning to reinstall. 'disable kernel' is now set, I am waiting for
May it also be upstream ntp server problem? May some clocks generate
such odd time?
> Also, network problems don't usually cause this. ntpd (you *are*
> using ntpd?
Network is 100% fine, at least from my point of view. I tried to ping
a lot and everything seems stable.
ii ntp 1:4.2.6+dfsg-1 Network Time Protocol daemon and utility programs
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