Hi,

Looks like you may have a hardware fault:

from /usr/src/sys/kern/kern_clock.c

 *   0 - every tick, bad hardware may fail with "calcru negative..."

David

On Thu, 23 Oct 2003, Heath Volmer wrote:

> Hopefully this one will get through...
>  
> I've searched exhaustively for an answer to this question, and can only
> get answers that aren't entirely clear to me.
>  
> I'm getting messages like: calcru: negative time of -630883 usec for pid
> 537(sh).
>  
> Getting probably 40 or so at boot and an occasional one during use.
>  
> This a new 5.1 install on an older K6 500Mhz system that was given to
> me.
>  
> I have read something about a sysctl command (no good.)
>  
> Also have seen something about a kernel TIMECOUNTER (I think) config
> value.
>  
> I've also seen something about PnP, bios settings, IRQ probs, etc.  I'm
> a bit too new at this to know where to take it.
>  
> Help!
>  
> Thanks, Heats
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