[WriteLog] Computer clock problem
Sun, 20 Feb 2000 19:43:01 -0600
I checked my clock Barry.
No gain, no loss.
I always set my clock to NIST before a contest.
Now it did seem that WL was slowing down the last part of the contest, maybe
due to the amount of q's???? Didn't see any disk access but maybe the call
checking and searching for contacts on other bands was an issue.
But this pausing/slow down was not reflected in a time differential.
Just seemed that the decode/tuning meter would pause for a bit.
In my precontest learning session I also had the Telnet screech/lockup.
I could do a control/alt/delte and choose to close the packet window then
goto View and reopen it.
It would only go in 'self-ocilation if I did a packet command such as
But didn't have to reboot the computer.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Barry Kutner" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, February 20, 2000 7:23 PM
Subject: [WriteLog] Computer clock problem
> One other thing I noticed:
> The system clock in my computer was off by 2 minutes at the end
> of the contest (one computer only). I set both via the NIST
> timeserver at the start, so I know it was right 2 days ago.
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