[ntp:hackers] Modern FreeBSD NTP Stratum 1 server?

Terje Mathisen terje at tmsw.no
Thu Dec 17 12:48:50 UTC 2015

Majdi S. Abbas wrote:
> Karl,
> I run several S1 NTP servers on FreeBSD just fine.

So have I, for _many_ years indeed. :-)

I started on v3 or 4, so around year 2000, probably a bit before.

It is only just now that I have had any problems putting up a 
replacement server.

> --msa
> Verstuurd vanaf mijn iPad
>> On Dec 16, 2015, at 11:17 PM, Karl Denninger <karl at denninger.net> wrote:
>>> On 12/16/2015 21:48, Harlan Stenn wrote:
>>> Terje,
>>> I won't be back to my office until late Friday night.  I have FreeBSD 10
>>> and I think I've got a PPS-capable refclock, too.  I'm not recalling
>>> that I've had a problem on this box but I'll be sure to check on it when
>>> I get home again.
>>> H
>> I've had PPS problems for quite some time; NMEA GPS receivers work fine
>> without PPS signals (although the jitter isn't what you'd like to see)
>> but with PPS_SYNC compiled in the kernel and the option turned on it has
>> problems and often when enabled will produce a "bad tick" lockout of the
>> clock.
>> This has been an issue for quite a while with FreeBSD IMHO...
>> -- 
>> Karl Denninger
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