On Thursday, 7 September 2000 at 17:28:02 -0700, John Baldwin wrote:
> Steve Ames wrote:
>> Just upgraded to -CURRENT as of about noon (EST) today. At reboot
>> I got a lot of these:
>> microuptime() went backwards (1.7682417 -> 1.997434)
>> I recall reading in -current earlier this week that someone was
>> looking for victims getting this. What further information can I provide?
> This is a SMPng issue on UP machines.
Yes, but it's not the only cause. We've also seen it on pre-SMPng
stuff, and Athlons seem to be particularly capable of doing it. phk
is looking at it at the moment, and he has an idea what's causing it.
I'd guess, however, that this *is* the SMPng problem. It's subtly
different from other manifestations in that the first time typically
has 7 digits after the decimal point.
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