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Re: zero runtime when negative

On Sun, Jun 24, 2012 at 11:07 PM, Christos Zoulas 
<> wrote:
> On Jun 24,  9:35pm, (Adam Hoka) wrote:
> -- Subject: Re: zero runtime when negative
> | I agree, but I think in this situation it's still the right thing to do
> | to keep resource limits accurate. Anyway, we still have a printout
> | (which is only printed once for some reason, I don't really like that).
> Keeping the resource limits "accurate" (which is not really the right
> word here, more like "sane"), is a futile effort (more like treating
> the symptoms rather than the disease) if we don't understand/fix what
> is wrong with basic timekeeping/clock interrupts.

As NetBSD is widely used as a "guest" OS inside vmware/qemu/kvm/xen
it would be nice to treat this problem as "must be fixed in 6.0".

2Adam: send-pr?

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