The Question is:
Why does the following command sometimes display the base time?
$ pipe show proc/acc | sear sys$input Elapsed
Elapsed CPU time: 17-NOV-1858 00:00:00.00
The Answer is :
It would appear that there is a quadword zero in the time field
of the data record -- when interpreted as an absolute time, a
quadword zero will return the system base date (17-Nov-1958).
Of interest would be the origin and the full contents of the
particular accounting record(s) in question.
Please contact the Compaq Customer Support Center for assistance.