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Re: Time::HiRes gettimeofday producing timestamps out of orderby BrowserUk (Pope)
|on May 06, 2016 at 13:54 UTC||Need Help??|
Which OS are you on?
If you're on Windows, this is a known phenomena of that module on that platform. From the HiRes.XS:
In your scenario, if when then first timestamp is taken, the clock has drifted by more than half a second, then Time::HiRes 'corrects' its internal counter.
Then, when the second timestamp is taken less that half a second later, the time appears to have run backwards by up to half a second.
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