[ntp:hackers] A long time coming: NTPv4 in Open Solaris.

Brian Utterback brian.utterback at sun.com
Thu May 21 19:32:42 UTC 2009

Who told it was because NTPv4 wasn't standardized? To my knowledge, 
that issue was never even considered.

Martin Burnicki wrote:
> Brian,
> Brian Utterback:
>> I just integrated NTP 4.2.5p172 into the Open Solaris codebase this
>> morning and removed version 3. It's been a long time coming (2 years!)
>> but I finally got it done. This build won't hit the streets for about
>> 4 weeks yet. I can hardly wait.
> IMHO it's kind of strange NTPv4 has not been shipped with Solaris for years 
> because NTPv4 had not been standardized (e.g. as RFC), but right now a -dev 
> version rather than the -stable is going to be released for Solaris ...
> Martin


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