In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, John Baldwin writes:

>As for the micruptime()
>messages on boot, they only occur here on a UP kernel.  On an SMP kernel I
>don't get them.  Also, they always occur during mi_switch() when an interrupt
>thread is finishing and going back to sleep.  The first such thread to be run
>to generate thet error message is the irq0: clk ithread, so the clk ithread is
>running fine.

The microuptime() messages occur because the timecounters expect the
i8254 clock interrupt to run "hz" times per second, and it doesn't.

In particular it doesn't during then 10-20 seconds we probe/attach

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