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02-03-2010, 21:22 #1-= TeamSpeak User =-
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detected incorrectly running system clock
My TS3 beta 18 logs this:
2010-03-02 20:56:06.632750|WARNING |PktHandler | | detected incorrectly running system clock
10-15 times and more. With every error, some or all people get disconnected from the server.
It is a bug ? The system is a W2k3 32bit server (Xen Virtualized) with 8 gig ram and a Core i7-920 and X58 Board (Hetzner EQ4). It's the only guest on this system.
Other applications run fine like IIs or mysql etc. without probs.
Anwsers like: "Dont virtualize" are crap and unacceptable! Server Virtulization is an industry standard and must be even functional with TS3.
Please help and/or list it as bug that must be eleminated.
02-03-2010, 22:24 #2-= TeamSpeak Team =-
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this is not a bug, your system time is messed up. On windows we use the query performance counter functionality to measure time...msdn website says:
On a multiprocessor computer, it should not matter which processor is called. However, you can get different results on different processors due to bugs in the basic input/output system (BIOS) or the hardware abstraction layer (HAL).You think my answer is stupid ? Read This:
In a world without fences and walls - who needs windows and gates ?
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