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Old 08-30-2013
System Clock running at half speed

SCO Openserver 6.0.0 had an issue with a NIC losing it's config on reboot. Netconfig would not allow "view protocol" and apparently zeroed out the existing IP info. Repaired from console. After this event, however, the system clock seems to lose 30 seconds for every RTC minute that passes. As a result, the system clock ends up way behind pretty quickly.

The man pages suggested that info about the clock and some tunables could be found in /etc/conf/pack.d/clock/ but this directory does not exist on this install, nor on the other one in our organization.

Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks,

DPanic
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Old 08-30-2013
What did you do "repaired from console"?

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