On Sat, Jun 7, 2008 at 8:06 PM, Duane Hill <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Sat, 07 Jun 2008 09:30:27 -0400
> Peter Thoenen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> confabulated:
>> > I run FreeBSD 7.0 inside VMware Workstation-6.0.4 (ACE Edition) and
>> > I don't have to setup anything. The time is the always same as the
>> > host
>> How long do you keep it up though Odhiambo and how intensive are you
>> using your native OS?  I have a similar setup and while it sync's on
>> boot, I routinely lose 15 minutes a day (I keep it up 24x7).  I think
>> it is not so much a bug in VMware as opposed to the host OS running
>> slower than it thinks (e.g. maybe a second of OS time is really
>> 1.000001 seconds of real time adding up over long periods) if the
>> native OS is under moderate to heavy use.
> I'm running FreeBSD 7.0-RELEASE within Vmware v6.0.4 build 93057 with
> the host OS being XP-Home-SP2. I also have two jails running within the
> FreeBSD VM.
> I have within /boot/loader.conf:
> kern.hz="50"

Oh, this explains why I never has issues with time.
I always have kern.hz="100" in loader.conf and I run ntpdate on startup.
Sorry if I mislead others.

EB White  - "Genius is more often found in a cracked pot than in a whole one."
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