Java CountDownLatch.await(timeout) is influenced by changes to System time on Linux
ecki at zusammenkunft.net
Fri Nov 21 06:05:35 UTC 2014
Am Tue, 11 Nov 2014 14:35:01 +0800
schrieb "wuwen.55" <wuwen.55 at gmail.com>:
> Thank you！
> I'm version is 7u55. and upgrade 7u60 test is ok.
Cools results! Can you give a few details, what OS is this (Linux?) and
how did you set the clock back (date?)?
Did you also try to change the
(system) timezone (I think this is not possible on Linux to affect
running java?) or wait for a DST change (i.e. set date short before
DST/ST or vice versa?)
You did not test with ntp/adjusttime, right?
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