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Re: time(1) reporting corrupted system time
On 9/29/19, Andreas Gustafsson <gson%gson.org@localhost> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to run a bisection to determine why builds hosted on recent
> versions of NetBSD seem to be taking significantly more system time
> than they used to, building the same thing.
> My efforts are hampered by time(1) reporting corrupted system times on
> certain past versions of -current:
> 2017.01.01.03.06.06/build_8.log: 3562.32 real 15806.10 user
> 4893.62 sys
> 2018.05.21.10.28.13/build_8.log: 4250.22 real 16835.23 user
> 608742554440425.55 sys
> 2019.01.30.20.20.36/build_8.log: 4228.25 real 16801.48 user
> 700976274808841.24 sys
> 2019.09.27.08.57.12/build_8.log: 4488.49 real 16670.79 user
> 9279.25 sys
> Does anyone happen to know which commits caused and/or fixed this?
> This information could save me a couple of days of bisection run time.
Hi, I failed to find a follow up to this.
I see someone gave the you the fix for corrupted time accounting.
Did you get around to finding the offending commit?
Mateusz Guzik <mjguzik gmail.com>
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