Great! This is perfect!
On 02/08/2013 06:12 PM, John Stultz wrote:On 02/08/2013 02:59 PM, Prarit Bhargava wrote:John,
Ok, I've got this queued in my tree. What sort of testing did you do with it?
I want to make sure we don't run into any bad interactions with the existing
15min cap on x86.
I did the following:
I used powerpc pseries systems and tested this using both positive and negative
values of sys_tz.minuteswest, with both UTC and LOCAL in /etc/adjtime. I dumped
values of 'hwclock -D' and date and confirmed that I no longer see time
increasing by sys_tz.minuteswest each reboot.
I also tested x86 32-bit and 64-bit as a sanity check and verified that the
current behaviour on those arches is the same; ie) I don't see *any* impact to
the x86 rtc. I dumped values of 'hwclock -D' and date, and again confirmed that
I see no differences in values. I did that with both UTC and LOCAL.
I also tested a powerpc box and set the hwclock (via BIOS) back to Dec 6 2012 to
see what would happen when I enabled ntp. The system booted, set the system
time to Dec 6 2012, and then properly ended up with both system time AND hwclock
as Feb 8 2013 after systemd init .... (The *exact* time-of-day was correct as
well. I just can't remember the time I did it ;) )
And I did the same thing (adjusting the BIOS date back) on x86. I only see the
hours and minutes change, as we expect. The year, month, day are unaffected
with both UTC and LOCAL.
tl;dr Yup. Tested as much as I could think of doing before submitting. Tested
on a both x86, powerpc. Fixed the bug on powerpc. No change in behavior seen