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Year 2038 issue

I noticed that the Kernel log of my cRIO-9030 running Linux RT System Image 2022 Q4 contains an entry about not supporting time stamps beyond 2038.

 

We have adjusted the time stamp usage in our own applications and file formats to eliminate the time overflow issue (some of the systems might be running offline beyond 2038 so we have to think about it already..)...but the issue is still present in the Linux RT OS?

 

The log entries:

 

2023-09-06T08:42:58.277+00:00 NI-cRIO-9030-020B802B kernel: [ 1.585437] ext4 filesystem being mounted at /etc/natinst/share supports timestamps until 2038 (0x7fffffff)2023-09-06T08:42:58.278+00:00 NI-cRIO-9030-020B802B kernel: [ 2.314401] nikal: loading out-of-tree module taints kernel.
2023-09-06T08:42:58.278+00:00 NI-cRIO-9030-020B802B kernel: [ 2.314416] nikal: module license 'Copyright (c) 2002-2022 National Instruments Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Any and all use of the copyrighted materials is subject to the then current terms and conditions of the applicable license agreement, which can be found at <http://www.ni.com/linux/>.' taints kernel.
2023-09-06T08:42:58.278+00:00 NI-cRIO-9030-020B802B kernel: [ 2.314421] Disabling lock debugging due to kernel taint
2023-09-06T08:42:58.278+00:00 NI-cRIO-9030-020B802B kernel: [ 2.592381] i915: unknown parameter 'enable_rc6' ignored2023-09-06T08:42:58.279+00:00 NI-cRIO-9030-020B802B kernel: [ 2.980106] ext4 filesystem being mounted at /etc/natinst/share supports timestamps until 2038 (0x7fffffff)
2023-09-06T08:42:58.279+00:00 NI-cRIO-9030-020B802B kernel: [ 2.995791] ext4 filesystem being mounted at /boot supports timestamps until 2038 (0x7fffffff)

 

 

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