[ntp:questions] Re: Ntp configuration
malayter at gmail.com
Wed May 31 13:51:53 UTC 2006
yoni.sz at gmail.com wrote:
> i have a standalone win2k3 server , i wish to configure against a ntpd
> on linux.
> I have configured the following regestery key's according to MS
> document :
Why? You don't need to mess with those registry settings directly in
almost all cases. Set them back to their defaults, and use w32tm alone
to configure the Windows Time Service.
> I have allso done the following to ensure proper work against a non
> windows NTP server :
> w32tm /config /manualpeerlist:NTP_server_IP_Address,0x8
> net stop w32time
> net start w32time
> w32tm /resync
You should use:
w32tm /config <your config info> /update to update the running Windows
w32tm /resync causes Windows Time Service to throw out its frequency
correction history, and start fresh (similar to deleting ntp.drift on
an ntpd system). This makes it take longer to "settle down" to the
correct time... perhaps as much as hours depending on the intrinsic
error of your motherboard's clock.
> the clock on win2k3 server sync's after this , but i can't get it to be
> done automatically.
> when i reissue >w32tm /resync command the clock resync's.
> How do i configure the sync to be preformed every 15 min's ?
Once configured, the windows time service should maintain +/- 16 ms or
so offsets after it figures out how fast/slow your motherboard clock is
running. If you don't yet have SP1 on that Windows 2003 server, I
suggest installing it, as there are many Windows Time updates included.
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