[CentOS] leap second

Mon Jul 2 07:51:31 UTC 2012
Vitaliy Shevchuk <222imphotep222 at gmail.com>

On 07/02/2012 10:21 AM, Peter Eckel wrote:
> Hi Morgens,
>> Some java processes were >100% CPU after the leap second was added.
> same problem here ... OpenNMS hat 100% CPU and didn't do anything anymore.
> Rebooting is not necessary, though. For me it worked to just set the time manually once, and everything was back to normal.
> It doesn't strike me as a particularly good idea to insert a ':60' second - software that does proper sanity checks on date/time values is supposed to barf on that.
>    Peter.
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try execute:
     date -s "`date -u`" && service ntpd restart