Description of problem:
Various linux servers at anytime will have the following messages:
Your time source seems to be instable or some driver is hogging interupts
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Comes out at anytime, nothing specific
Steps to Reproduce:
1. see above
I can't find why this message would be coming out, if everytime I check the
servers the time and date is correct.
Should not be getting the alert. Everytime I check the time on the server it
I've looked in other entries, and can't see a solution or understand. Is it a
kernel problem that needs patched?
This problem is usually due to a driver hogging interrupts during initialization
(i.e. when the device driver is loaded). Its basically an informational message.
As long as your system keeps good time there is nothing to worry about. This is
usually due to sub-optimal device driver code or could be the due to the device
Im not certain this is a bug, if it is then its a bug in one of the device drivers.
Can the reporter help debug this issue to determine which device driver is involved? Or should the bug be closed?
Further info... booting with "report_lost_ticks" boot arg may help to provide more debugging info on this issue.
Created attachment 327833 [details]
This is a sysreport of the host which has instable clocksource problem.
If you need more info for debugging, please tell me. I will contact with the customer. but maybe something needed to do is not convenient for him.
Is this still a problem for the reporter?