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It seems that either notsc works or makes it extremely difficult to reproduce the problem. vat, Jul 14, 2005 vat, Jul 14, 2005 #13 Jul 14, 2005 #14 Mr. I have never seen "lost ticks" or extreme speedups. Sorry for the delay in my response; I was running calculations that prevented me from rebooting last week. his comment is here

I'm also running x.org with (Debian-)kernel 2.6.11-9-amd64-k8. I'm heading to the datacenter to try some of the suggestions made here. Sold and Shipped by: Newegg Purchases from these Sellers are generally covered under our Newegg Marketplace Guarantee. Comment 71 Frank van Maarseveen 2005-09-26 11:48:31 UTC Created attachment 6163 [details] dmesg of failing i386 system + clock=pit + CONFIG_X86_PM_TIMER Lots of dmesg changes due to ACPI enabling.

Thanks, Roel. That isn't a critical message, as lost ticks do occaionally occur on many systems without effect. Comment 37 Gustavo Ribeiro Alves 2005-09-13 12:29:20 UTC I'm running the system since I posted the last message w/ the notsc option and the lost tick messages (and subsequent problems) seems Then add modules one by one, and test system how it react you differnt modules.

I don't know offhand if it happened on a UP kernel, but I doubt it. Your time source seems to be instable or some driver is hogging interupts rip default_idle+0x20/0x30 Comment 10 Roel van der Made 2005-08-26 10:13:10 UTC Hi, Ok, my kernel-build issue seems to Marketplace Seller AMD Athlon 64 FX / Athlon 64 / Sempron AMD Socket 939 NVIDIA nForce4 Ultra 2 x 184Pin DIMM DDR 400/333 none LOADING... Comment 67 Nathan Becker 2005-09-22 11:25:55 UTC Yes, the message was: Losing some ticks...

I installed a dual core CPU 1.5 weeks ago and immediately noted lost tick warnings and positive clock drift (i.e., clock too fast). If you could, please run the program for a little while on any dualcore system seeing this issue. If you are reading this message, Please click this link to reload this page.(Do not use your browser's "Refresh" button). I don't know when that was added, but perhaps it's obsolete on some current boards...

BTW, if anyone has any bleeding edge patches for this issue, then I'm happy to try them out. Probably a different issue. I haven't had the clock speed up since I started using "apic". Comment 38 john stultz 2005-09-13 12:40:07 UTC Frank van Maarseveen: Could you attach a dmesg of i386 kernel on your hardware?

Comment 39 Roy Franz 2005-09-13 12:45:23 UTC using the 'notsc' option I get no lost tick messages anymore. https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/355717/pc-components/nforce-4-seagate-7200-9-sata2-incompatibility-some-problems-that-i-had-and-workaround/2/ The nanosleep/clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME...) problem is still gone (might be BIOS setting related) and the script for counting per-CPU timer interrupts is unable to detect any time anomalies right now. Similar Topics AMD Athlon 64 X2 confusion Sep 21, 2006 Athlon 64 X2 upgrade Nov 17, 2006 Athlon 64 X2 3600+ Brisbane $73 Mar 25, 2007 AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ I'm going to re-submit the patch to Andrew.

Most likely you workaround some other bug by switching to pmtimer, Or just changed the timing enough because pmtimer is incredibly slow. this content If you could, I'd appreciate it if you could try the patch from comment #36 just to verify that it automatically triggers the notsc setting on your box. I am sitting in an office with 5 PC's. Comment 59 Marc Perkel 2005-09-20 20:08:46 UTC OK - I tried the patch and after 3 hours it is still working.

Page 1 of 12 1 ← 2 3 4 5 6 → 12 Next > Jul 13, 2005 #1 speedking n00bie Messages: 9 Joined: Jul 13, 2005 Using Photoshop CS or I will try that tonight and get back to you. DFI Ultra NF3 250gb S754 mobo. 2x512mb Twinmos SP ram (2,2,2,5) @205mhz (1:1) [email protected] freeloader1969, Aug 3, 2005 freeloader1969, Aug 3, 2005 #38 Aug 3, 2005 #39 Tyklfe [H]ard|Gawd Messages: weblink Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

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It VERY MUCH APPEARS that the more I emerge - the slower my clocks get.

Nathan Comment 66 john stultz 2005-09-22 11:06:09 UTC Nathan: What exactly was the problem you saw in your last post? There are different classes of bugs: - ATI: still being worked on - Nvidia: some new systems have developed problems. I can now run scp several times without getting any lost tick messages. Quite alright.

What version were you using?? Additional info: The nanosleep problem seems gone for now (for no apparent reason) but there are still many other subtle timing problems: random keyboard repeats under X (problem becomes manageable by In both cases the kernel reports: time.c: Using PM based timekeeping. http://quodsoftware.com/athlon-64/pentium-4-vs-amd-athlon-64-x2.html Console felt mostly "fine", but when I hopped into KDE and started copying stuff over SSH (fish://) keyboard input repeat would get worse...

I ran the CPU at 100% overnight and the clock was stable. You can try to install avast without any modul, just scanner.And try if that will work. Feedback / Shipping Destination: United States United States Australia United Kingdom India Ireland Netherlands New Zealand Poland Singapore United States $ USD $ USD Update Try TRY NEWEGG PREMIER FOR FREE Comment 57 john stultz 2005-09-20 13:58:41 UTC Frank: Do you have the HPET or ACPI PM timer enabled in your .config for i386?

Here's the diff in dmesg: -Nvidia board detected. speedking, Jul 14, 2005 speedking, Jul 14, 2005 #17 Jul 14, 2005 #18 fuelvolts [H]ard|Gawd Messages: 1,813 Joined: Jan 24, 2005 I had the 2.5 minute venice - maybe I should Situation seems to have improved, but let's see if ntpq can keep clocks synced after 24hrs of load - that would be the first time on these systems since they were However, it is more than just wrong system time.

fuelvolts, Jul 14, 2005 fuelvolts, Jul 14, 2005 #18 Jul 14, 2005 #19 brom42 [H]ardness Supreme Messages: 4,289 Joined: Mar 1, 2004 speedking said: wow !!! So I'm in the same boat as Entropias Entropius wrote: In my case it's not just error messages -- the clock is losing about twenty minutes a day, making me late Yup so much faster than my 30sec with my 2.2ghz 4400+ with 1gig ram brom42, Jul 15, 2005 brom42, Jul 15, 2005 #27 Jul 15, 2005 #28 brom42 [H]ardness Supreme Logged igor Avast team Serious Graphoman Posts: 11527 Re: Problem with Avast home and Windows xp Pro x64 « Reply #11 on: October 14, 2005, 11:02:10 PM » It also works

CPU#0: NMI appears to be stuck (11->11)! -Losing some ticks... System two (AthlonX2-4600+, cpu model 43, stepping 1 - 2.4GHz, 2x512k): ntpq shows increasing jitter (1hr after startup, 99% idle, around 40 ms jitter). Stryker, Jul 14, 2005 Mr. CALL SHUTTLE US: +1-626-820-9000 Global: +886-2-8792-6168 WRITE TO SHUTTLE http://sys.us.shuttle.com/Scgsupport/EmailTechSupport.aspx Office of the President Shuttle Computer Group Inc. 17068 Evergreen Place City of Industry, CA 91745 http://global.shuttle.com/Support/Support_Technical.asp Please join several of