Hey, I've had the microuptime problem some time, and I have somewhat followed the discussion about this on -current.
It seems like the patch committed removed the messages, but they are now replaced by messages like: Feb 24 17:28:26 gandalf kernel: calcru: negative time of -680109 usec for pid 92704 (sed) Feb 25 10:25:05 gandalf kernel: calcru: negative time of -487 usec for pid 59222 (rm) Feb 25 19:42:23 gandalf kernel: calcru: negative time of -680904 usec for pid 48076 (sed) Feb 26 00:26:45 gandalf kernel: calcru: negative time of -666072 usec for pid 438 (gmake) Also, I have seen strange things reported by PS. Crond had negative CPU usage time. I am also unable to compile libgtop at the moment, (which makes it impossible to compile the GNOME port w/o changes). proctime.c: In function `calcru': proctime.c:88: aggregate value used where an integer was expected proctime.c:69: warning: unused variable `tv' proctime.c: In function `glibtop_get_proc_time_p': proctime.c:130: warning: unused variable `pstats' proctime.c:128: warning: unused variable `u_addr' proctime.c: At top level: proctime.c:62: warning: `calcru' defined but not used gmake: *** [proctime.lo] Error 1 # uname -a FreeBSD gandalf.xu.nordahl.net 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #0: Sun Feb 24 15:58:24 CET 2002 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC i386 Last make world: Feb 24 20:00 Cheers! Regds, Frode Nordahl To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message