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Re: Detected clock skew[...], I/O delay, laptop hibenation o

Postby bruce » Sat Jan 02, 2021 8:35 pm

Unlike the GPU FAHCore, the CPU based FAHCore writes checkpoints at designated intervals (default=15 minutes) but the only way to tell when it happens is to look at the date-time stamp on the files. Your description is consistent with that. (no clock skew messages)
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Re: Detected clock skew[...], I/O delay, laptop hibenation o

Postby Foliant » Sun Jan 03, 2021 7:39 pm

I played around a bit.
It happens on every (re)start.

But i noticed the process as shown by htop is older than the RPi did even start.
And TIME+ is counting fast forward.

If TIME+ is 3h21:xx uptime is 1:12
At uptime 1:37 the TIME+ is 4:34
Now at uptime 1:55 TIME+ shows 5:25
1x Celeron J1900 @3Cores - 24/7
1x GTX 760 Ti (GK104) - nearly 24/7
1x GTX 770 (GK104) - nearly 24/7
1x GTX 660 (GK 106) - nearly 24/7
1x GTX 650 (GK 107) - nearly 24/7
1x GTX1660 Super (TU116) - if Idle
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Re: Detected clock skew[...], I/O delay, laptop hibenation o

Postby Foliant » Sun Jan 03, 2021 11:44 pm

Heres a screenshot of htop and uptime after some more hours.

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I checked and none of my other (all x86) machines is doing this.
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