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Re: Curious thing in a Cisco router

  • From: David Brouda
  • Date: Fri Dec 31 19:52:41 1999

I noticed the same thing...I haven't checked to see if that is affecting
logging in any way...

-David

At 10:17 PM -0200 12/31/99, Rubens Kuhl Jr. wrote:
>While monitoring GMT Y2K progression on a Cisco router, something curious
>showed up:
>
>R6(11)-L16#sh clock
>22:01:02.910 Brazil/East(DST) Fri Dec 31 1999
>R6(11)-L16#sh clock
>22:01:04.191 Brazil/East(DST) Fri Dec 31 1999
>R6(11)-L16#sh clock
>22:01:04.729 Brazil/East(DST) Fri Dec 31 1999
>R6(11)-L16#sh clock
>22:01:05.416 Brazil/East(DST) Fri Dec 31 1999
>R6(11)-L16#sh clock
>.22:08:22.460 Brazil/East(DST) Fri Dec 31 1999
>R6(11)-L16#sh clock
>.22:08:24.516 Brazil/East(DST) Fri Dec 31 1999
>R6(11)-L16#sh clock
>.22:08:35.599 Brazil/East(DST) Fri Dec 31 1999
>
>
>Notice the dot before the time; it was not appearing before, and even on the
>first sample after GMT Y2K-rollover (local time is GMT -0200). It now shows
>up on every 'show clock'.
>
>
>Any similar results on any other Cisco shop ?
>
>
>Rubens Kuhl Jr.








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