VMware KnowledgeBase Articles released to do with Time

I saw these come across the VMware RSS feed today, and I have personally had time problems in Linux VM’s, so I wanted to post these links.

 

Time in a Linux virtual machine jumps backward when using clock=pit

KB Article
1006086

Updated
Jan. 27, 2009

Time runs slower than real time due to lost timer interrupts

KB Article
1006088

Updated
Jan. 27, 2009

Time in a Linux 2.6 guest operating system runs faster than real time due to lost tick overcompensation

KB Article
1006113

Updated
Jan. 27, 2009

Time in virtual machine drifts due to hardware timer drift

KB Article
1006072

Updated
Jan. 27, 2009

Time runs too fast in a Windows virtual machine when the Multimedia Timer interface is used

KB Article
1005953

Updated
Jan. 27, 2009

Time falls behind in a virtual machine when the memory of the virtual machine is paged from disk by the VMkernel

KB Article
1005861

Updated
Jan. 27, 2009

Time drifts in virtual machines and the service console due to the HPET misreporting its frequency

KB Article
1006090

Updated
Jan. 27, 2009

 

I hope these help those of you that are having time issues in VM’s are able to

 

Thanks to VMware.