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Re: Leap second tonight
From: Eddie <eddies () softhome net>
Date: Thu, 01 Jan 2009 18:46:52 -0800

Steven Saner wrote:
Jon Meek wrote:
My Solaris 10 boxes are all happy (and did not reboot). I monitor NTP
on a number
of devices, including one router. The router was off by one second for
a while, but
is OK after an hour. Everything else was fine immediately.

In 2005, our CDMA clock got the leap second between 15:08 and 15:38
EST creating
some issues due to disagreement with the (too few) GPS clocks.


On Wed, Dec 31, 2008 at 7:53 PM, Wil Schultz <wschultz () bsdboy com> wrote:
At which point my Solaris 10 v490's reboot in unison, lovely.

Anyone else see anything interesting?


I run a bunch of Slackware Linux boxes of varying versions. As best as I
can tell, at or around 00:00 UTC all of my Slackware 12.0 boxes crashed
with a kernel panic. I don't think it is ntpd because it is the same
version as on 12.1 boxes (4.2.4p0) that did not crash. It may be the

Anyone else experience similar or was this coincidental and I have other


Yep. I have a few Slack 12 boxes lockup. Digging around, it looks to be
a issue with pre kernels.


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