Linux KERNEL TESTING hwclock

commandline session

$sudo client/autotest-local --verbose run hwclock
/home/jeffrin/kernel-testing/autotest-autotest-e48676a/client/tests/hwclock/control
00:47:31 INFO | Writing results to /home/jeffrin/kernel-testing/autotest-autotest-e48676a/client/results/default
00:47:31 DEBUG| Initializing the state engine
00:47:31 DEBUG| Persistent state client.steps now set to []
00:47:31 DEBUG| Persistent option harness now set to None
00:47:31 DEBUG| Persistent option harness_args now set to None
00:47:31 DEBUG| Selected harness: standalone
00:47:31 DEBUG| Detected OS vendor: Debian
00:47:32 INFO | START	----	----	timestamp=13615601002	localtime=Feb 23 00:47:32
00:47:32 DEBUG| Persistent state client._record_indent now set to 1
00:47:32 INFO | 	START	hwclock	hwclock	timestamp=13615601002	localtime=Feb 23 00:47:32
00:47:32 DEBUG| Persistent state client._record_indent now set to 2
00:47:32 DEBUG| Persistent state client.unexpected_reboot now set to ('hwclock', 'hwclock')
00:47:32 INFO | Setting hwclock to 2/2/80 03:04:00
00:47:32 DEBUG| Running '/sbin/hwclock --set --date "2/2/80 03:04:00"'
00:47:34 DEBUG| Running 'LC_ALL=C /sbin/hwclock'
00:47:34 INFO | Restoring the hardware clock
00:47:34 DEBUG| Running '/sbin/hwclock --systohc --noadjfile --utc'
00:47:35 INFO | 		GOOD	hwclock	hwclock	timestamp=13615601005	localtime=Feb 23 00:47:35	completed successfully
00:47:35 INFO | 	END GOOD	hwclock	hwclock	timestamp=13615601005	localtime=Feb 23 00:47:35
00:47:35 DEBUG| Persistent state client._record_indent now set to 1
00:47:35 DEBUG| Persistent state client.unexpected_reboot deleted
00:47:35 INFO | END GOOD	----	----	timestamp=13615601005	localtime=Feb 23 00:47:35
00:47:35 DEBUG| Persistent state client._record_indent now set to 0
$

JOB EXECUTION REPORT FOR hwclock

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