[ntp:questions] Re: "Can't set time of day: Interrupted system call" - who can help?
justestin at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 19 15:10:04 UTC 2003
This is listed as bug #143 on HPUX 11i and 11.0 from 4.1.1c-rc3,
stable, and dev.
I also see it on HPUX 10.20 from 4.1.1c-rc2 through 4.1.2 in which
neither ntpdate can set time of day and ntpd can not step time when
the offset is greater than 128 msec.
The last working version for HPUX to set time of day is 4.1.1c-rc1 for
Harlan Stenn <stenn at whimsy.udel.edu> wrote in message news:<o4zni6awkd.fsf at whimsy.udel.edu>...
> Martin Glora <glora at science-computing.de> writes:
> > Aug 19 08:38:52 comp ntpd: ntpd 4.1.2 at 1.892 Tue Aug 19 08:07:54
> > MEST 2003 (3)
> > Aug 19 08:38:52 comp ntpd: precision = 10 usec
> > Aug 19 08:38:52 comp ntpd: frequency initialized -500.000 from
> > /usr/local/ntp/ntp.drift
> This means that the last time ntpd was running it decided your machine's
> internal clock was beyond ntpd's ability to correct.
> > Aug 19 09:16:56 comp ntpd: Can't set time of day: Interrupted
> > system call
> > Aug 19 09:16:56 comp ntpd: time reset 0.520944 s
> > Aug 19 09:16:56 comp ntpd: synchronisation lost
> Wait an hour and see if the problem self-corrects at all.
> Your system clock may simply keep time so badly that ntpd cannot correct
> This may be a hardware problem.
> Are you running ntpd with the -N option (perhaps -N high)?
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