[ntp:hackers] I/O

David L. Mills mills at udel.edu
Tue Feb 15 20:23:26 PST 2005


I keep changing the font here to fixed width so I can read it better. 
SOme evil mail feature keeps changing to variable width.

No need to glaze. What happens here is gtraw() loops with the same or 
near the same timestamp. Those timestamps are expected one per second. 
Now, the gusher continuously.


Danny Mayer wrote:

> At 10:46 PM 2/15/2005, David L. Mills wrote:
>> Danny,
>> At least in the first few minutes, Solariba deacon and pogo appear 
>> okay as well as Freebie mort. However, Freebie rackety, which is 
>> configured like mort and should be running the same (your) code, 
>> apparently loops. Start it with two -d's and watch the 
>> refclock_gtraw() trace. I'm not sure we are out of the woods on the 
>> other machines; I'll let them run a bit.
>> Dave
> I just looked. rackety is not running right now. deacon, pogo and mort 
> seem
> to be okay, but what would I know?
> watching refclock_gtraw() trace  made my eyes glaze over as I don't know
> what I'm looking at. I changed MAXZEROREADS to 1 in the source pool
> as you said it was okay to get to the next clock or IP interfaces at 
> that point.
> I didn't delete the recvbuff for a zero read-count so you get to 
> process that
> one.
> I could give rackety another run.
> Danny

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