[ntp:questions] Re: questions on msf (via shm) clock
morgad at eclipse.co.uk
Thu Dec 30 11:27:52 UTC 2004
On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 10:54:18 +0000, Jonathan Buzzard
<jonathan at uk.me.buzzard> wrote:
>On Mon, 27 Dec 2004 20:07:27 +0000, dave morgan wrote:
>> b) why does the refid for this clock show SHM(0), even though the
>> lines for it in the ntp.conf file is as follows?
>> #msf rx on serial port 1
>> server 127.127.28.0 prefer
>> fudge 127.127.28.0 stratum 2 time1 0.022 refid MSF
>>From memory because you have changed fudged the stratum level.
*bingo* - is this a bug or a feature?
>You should leave it at it's default stratum level of zero. This is because
>what you have is a genuine stratum zero reference clock. All hardware
>reference clocks that acquire their time from a remote source via radio or
>microwaves are by definition stratum zero. Don't be fooled by the fact
>that it did not cost very much.
Now running stratum zero.
many thanks all
(back in a month or two with some similar questions about GPS, but
need to wait till Debian 'Sarge' released first)
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