|Sent on:||Sunday, September 1, 2013 9:31 AM|
In these days my teams are hitting a bug on the JVM 64bit on Linux 64bit: "...there is bug in JVM for overall scheduling during Sytem time changes backward, which also impacts very basic Object.wait & Thread.sleep methods. It becomes too risky to keep Java App running when system time switches back by even certain seconds. You never know what your Java App will end up to." (source: stackoverflow.com)
These are some of the consequences:
if u want to see something saucy, the source bug is now unavailable:
See also here for a stackoverflow drill:
Unfortunately such bug is NOT fixed in the latest JVM, so the recommended course of action is to restart the VM if a bit time jump happens (on small jumps the JVM will catch up)
Did anybody experience this issue? And found any viable solution apart from a non-java monitor program?
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