[ntp:questions] How do I prevent sudden system time jumps.

Rick Jones rick.jones2 at hp.com
Wed Jul 13 20:32:33 UTC 2011


> > OK.  I asked since a timewarp of 200ms is a bit surprising for
> > real HW, but is something to be expected if you were running in a
> > VM.

> The following is an example from ntpd.log

> 14 Apr 07:22:25 ntpd[1048]: synchronized to 10.0.0.5, stratum 1
> 14 Apr 07:22:25 ntpd[1048]: time reset +0.231004 s
> 14 Apr 07:23:35 ntpd[1048]: synchronized to 10.0.0.5, stratum 1
> 14 Apr 07:39:33 ntpd[1048]: time reset +0.318457 s
> 14 Apr 07:39:33 ntpd[1048]: kernel time sync disabled 0041

I suspect one of the next questions will be to know more about the
system "10.0.0.5," and to see the output of ntpq -p on the system from
which the ntpd.log snippet comes.

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