pierre.labastie at neuf.fr
Sun Nov 1 01:54:59 PST 2015
On 01/11/2015 03:17, Paul Rogers wrote:
> This box has two LFS systems one my "current" LFS-7.2/Linux-3.9.11, the
> other the LFS-6.6/Linux-184.108.40.206 host that hosted its development.
> (I'm at GMT-7:00 for the next several hours.) It is partitioned into a
> dozen partitions, with the last being a large EXT3 "heap storage"
> partition mounted by both from /etc/fstab. If I use either consistently
> there is no problem. If I boot into the earlier system, then boot the
> newer one, I get the message that the superblock was last mounted in the
> future by less than a day, FIXED. /etc/localtime is linked to PST8PDT
> on both. /etc/sysconfig/clock is set to 0, local time, on both. I've
> looked everywhere I can think of, I can't find anywhere I've configured
> the older system to put a future (GMT?) timestamp on that drive. The
> only thing I can think of is it could it be udev? init.d/checkfs? Do I
> need to get the clock adjusted before udev runs? Any ideas? TIA.
Have you tried "date" and "date -u" on both systems? Also, it may be
interesting to read the hardware clock and see what is in it ("man hwclock"
for details). Also, you could try to compare the files /etc/adjtime on both
Well, that's all I can think of.
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