[ntp:hackers] Re: NTP and leap-seconds

Danny Mayer mayer at ntp.isc.org
Thu Jul 6 21:39:13 UTC 2006

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Content preview:  David L. Mills wrote: > Tim, > > Very tiny amendments.
  First, IBM Sysplex 9037 is listed at $100,000. > Second, it does the
  leap, but the operator has to tell it when > beforehand. IBM's
  suggestion for operators that really want local time > is to turn the
  machine off during the Fall leap backward interval. In a > global
  system, that would mean dark computing for one day. > > Dave > Dave,

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