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    "detected incorrectly running system clock"?

    I noticed the following warnings in my log files:

    2009-12-23 23:59:49.496595|WARNING |Accounting | | detected incorrectly running system clock
    2009-12-24 01:22:55.526153|WARNING |Accounting | | detected incorrectly running system clock
    2009-12-24 02:45:49.368187|WARNING |Accounting | | detected incorrectly running system clock
    2009-12-24 04:08:51.432043|WARNING |Accounting | | detected incorrectly running system clock

    I haven't ever touched the system clock on the box, so I'm not sure why those warnings are coming up.

    The server (win32) is running beta6.

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    maybe the bios clock and/or os clock are not working correctly. You may check this with a system tool or together with your hoster

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    bah i get many different server errors relating to clock, ts2 never had this problem.

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    I am running the TS3 server on a virtual server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m4ccy View Post
    bah i get many different server errors relating to clock, ts2 never had this problem.
    that comment really helps, thanks!

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    You get this error message when your time source is not stable. This can give you all sorts of problems with many different kinds of software, it is just that TeamSpeak is detecting it and warning you about it, instead of just behaving weirdly which it (and any most other applications that need to measure time for whatever reasons) certainly will. Usually this either means you have a retarded mechanism to synchronize your clock with a time server active (which in effect warps the time around), or your bios/mainboard/cpu clock is brocken, change it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aix59 View Post
    I am running the TS3 server on a virtual server.
    That's the issue. Don't do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANR Daemon View Post
    That's the issue. Don't do that.
    In my honiest opinien that's no issue, it's a question of which kind of virtualization you are using.

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    I had a timer problem with recording directX games before.
    If you are using third party software that changes CPU clock or a software that controls power management, I recommend uninstalling those.
    Also, some BIOS has that kind of functions by default so you should disable it as well.
    I dont really know if this helps your issue though..just my 2 cents..

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