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Some pre-Westmere Intel CPU have a somewhat flawed TSC capability, maybe this is your case and the kernel is blacklisting the TSC as a timer source. Issue the following command dmesg | grep -i tsc and report here the output.
This page (http://bluecoat.force.com/knowledgebase/articles/Solution/CB-IPdestinationcacheoverflowdstcacheoverflowipdstcachemessage) has instructions for increasing the cache associated with this message - quoted below. However, if you are "under continuous floods" increasing this cache may only make the flooding problem worse, and it is probably better to ...
You should run the irqbalance daemon to help distribute interrupts across CPU cores.
You can look up the package names along with the distribution name using your favorite search engine for details. My search yielded: https://packages.debian.org/wheezy/linux-image-3.2.0-4-amd64 [...] The Linux kernel 3.2 and modules for use on PCs with AMD64, Intel 64 or VIA Nano processors. This kernel also runs on a Xen hypervisor. It supports both ...
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