Mister Olli <mister.o...@googlemail.com> writes: > Hi, > > I've had time problems too. The clock did not go backwards, but forwards > for some time sime, and then jumped back to a certain date. Like > Sun Jan 25 00:55:12 UTC 2009 > ... > Sun Jan 25 01:08:35 UTC 2009 > Sun Jan 25 00:55:12 UTC 2009 > Sun Jan 25 00:55:13 UTC 2009 > ... > > It took me quite some time to find a solution that helped for me: > - activate the independent_wallclock in domO by 'sysctl > xen.independent_wallclock=1'
I booted the DomU with machdep.independent_wallclock=1 as kernel parameter instead. But that didn't work. sysctl still reported it as 0. I've tried setting machdep.xen_disable_rtc_set and machdep.independent_wallclock after booting, but it does not help either. > - edit and configure '/etc/ntpd.conf' in domU > - edit '/etc/rc.conf' and add the following lines > # NTP stuff > ntpdate_enable="YES" > ntpdate_flags="-b <YOUR_NTP_SERVER>" > ntpd_enable="YES" > - reboot domU > > If you try it on your problem, could you please give me some feedback if > it worked? Doesn't work. :-/ MfG, -- Julian Stecklina Well, take it from an old hand: the only reason it would be easier to program in C is that you can't easily express complex problems in C, so you don't. - Erik Naggum (in comp.lang.lisp) _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-xen To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-xen-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"