[ntp:questions] RE: NTP clockstats fields...

Greg Dowd GDowd at symmetricom.com
Tue Jan 13 22:39:06 UTC 2004

At a guess, you're looking at ddd:hh:mm:ss with
ddd (1-365{6}) day of year
hh (0-23) hour
mm (0-59) minute
ss (0-59{60}) second

That's pretty typical.

Greg Dowd
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Date: Tue, 13 Jan 2004 16:59:27 -0500
From: Prasad Calyam <pcalyam at oar.net>
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I have the following clockstats output...
53017 24.010 013:00:00:24

Looking at the NTP docs-
53017 - date (Modified Julian Day)
24.010 - time (seconds and fraction past UTC midnight) - clock address
013:00:00:24 - timecode (depends on clock driver)

But, Could anyone tell me what the timecode values
mean... I was not able to figure out from the
clock driver docs also...



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