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Re: Clock Skew problem under Windows

From: Brian Dessent
Subject: Re: Clock Skew problem under Windows
Date: Thu, 05 Jun 2008 12:26:04 -0700

EricDeb wrote:

> Cygwin reports a time stamp of "13:29:56.000000000".
> Inside of the text file I see this "13:29:54:703488000".
> OK, so a.txt was created 1.3 seconds after it was... created. Huh? That's
> odd. Has anyone else seen this message erroneously and found a way to get
> rid of it? It doesn't cause any build problems but it is an annoyance.

This wouldn't happen to be a FAT filesystem would it?  Timestamp
granularity on FAT is only 2 seconds, and it looks like the operating
system rounds up.  This is but one reason why you should consider
sticking to NTFS.


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