[ntp:questions] Re: message - "findhostaddr: both ce_name and ce_peeraddr are defined"

henry cow cow at ax-im.com
Mon Nov 24 04:15:07 UTC 2003


No restrict statements -- I have a minimal ntp.conf...

driftfile /var/run/ntp.drift
pidfile /var/run/ntpd.pid
server timekeeper.isi.edu prefer
server ntp2.sf-bay.org
server tick.ucla.edu

Thanks...
Alex
ax at ax-im dot com



In article <bppamt$2mh$1 at dewey.udel.edu>, Harlan Stenn
<stenn at maccarony.ntp.org> wrote:

> That subroutine is trying to do name/IP lookup.
> 
> If the name is provided, it looks up the IP.
> 
> If the IP is provided, it looks up the name.
> 
> When the "missing" piece is discovered, the forked resolver process sends
> a message back to the daemon with the requested info.
> 
> You have hit a case where the code is scanning the queue of "things to do"
> and it has discovered a case where the name and IP are already known, so
> there should be no reason for that entry to still be there; the answer
> should have been sent to the main process and that item should have been
> deleted from the queue.
> 
> Do you have any "restrict" statements in your ntp.conf file?



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