[ntp:questions] Re: NMEA driver clk_fault - OK. Thanks
David L. Mills
mills at udel.edu
Tue Sep 16 15:44:55 UTC 2003
Why do you need to do this when the clockstats facility is so readily
accessable? All the drivers I know about stash the timecode string via
this facility as enabled by fudge flag 4.
David Schwartz wrote:
> "Frank Hage" <fhage at oberon.rap.ucar.edu> wrote in message
> news:bjqd8b$v5i$1 at news.ucar.edu...
> > 2. Running 'ntpd -d -d -d' Shows enough output to see if the messages
> > are valid when the daemon requires valid output.
> You can fairly easily hack the reference clock driver code to stash
> useful information in a shared memory segment. One useful thing to stash is
> the last GPRMC sentence seen from the receiver.
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