[Pool] Off by a second leap second failures

John Winters ntp at sinodun.org.uk
Sun Jul 12 07:53:59 UTC 2015



On 12/07/15 08:34, Martin Burnicki wrote:
[snip]
>
> what's the output of "ntpq -c rv"?

john at pisquared:~$ ntpq -c rv
associd=0 status=0615 leap_none, sync_ntp, 1 event, clock_sync,
version="ntpd 4.2.6p5 at 1.2349-o Fri Apr 10 19:31:04 UTC 2015 (1)",
processor="armv7l", system="Linux/3.18.0-trunk-rpi2", leap=00, stratum=3,
precision=-20, rootdelay=30.824, rootdisp=66.543, refid=130.159.196.117,
reftime=d94c9aa7.6f2887ec  Sun, Jul 12 2015  8:49:59.434,
clock=d94c9ae5.ad881b9f  Sun, Jul 12 2015  8:51:01.677, peer=64427, tc=8,
mintc=3, offset=0.626, frequency=-7.725, sys_jitter=0.294,
clk_jitter=0.341, clk_wander=0.040, tai=36, leapsec=201507010000,
expire=201512280000
john at pisquared:~$ ls -l /etc/leap-seconds.3629404800
-rw-r----- 1 root root 10386 Apr 14 17:15 /etc/leap-seconds.3629404800
john at pisquared:~$

> If you have a *current* leap second file, and you have configured ntpd
> correctly to use it, the output should contain something like:
>
> leapsec=201507010000, expire=201512280000
>
> If these terms are missing then the leap second file has not been
> evaluated by ntpd.

So as they're present, the file *has* been evaluated by ntpd?

If so, then the plot thickens.

John


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