[ntp:questions] Re: synchronisation lost

Richard B. Gilbert rgilbert88 at comcast.net
Tue Oct 26 12:21:51 UTC 2004


関川 あい wrote:

>Hi All,
>
>My RedHat Linux 7.3 showed the following messages in
>/var/log/messages.
>-----------------------------------------------------
>Oct 13 07:30:19 JOHRM102 xntpd[713]: time reset (step)
>-1.001894 s
>Oct 13 07:30:19 JOHRM102 xntpd[713]: synchronisation lost
>Oct 13 07:35:39 JOHRM102 xntpd[713]: synchronized to
>192.168.14.30, stratum=11
>Oct 13 07:36:43 JOHRM102 xntpd[713]: kernel pll status
>change 89
>Oct 16 07:15:21 JOHRM102 xntpd[713]: kernel pll status
>change 89
>Oct 16 07:31:20 JOHRM102 xntpd[713]: time reset (step)
>-1.001144 s
>Oct 16 07:31:20 JOHRM102 xntpd[713]: synchronisation lost
>Oct 16 07:36:40 JOHRM102 xntpd[713]: synchronized to
>192.168.14.30, stratum=11
>Oct 16 07:36:40 JOHRM102 xntpd[713]: kernel pll status
>change 1
>Oct 16 07:37:44 JOHRM102 xntpd[713]: kernel pll status
>change 89
>-----------------------------------------------------
>What's mean ?
>Is this xntpd normal running ?
>
>Thanks in advance,
>Sekigawa Ai
>
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>  
>
It doesn't look normal to me! It looks to me as if you are trying to
synchronize with a server on your local network that is not, itself,
synchronized; e.g. it's serving time from it's local clock (It may be
that it is actually synchronized to a server at stratum ten but I don't
believe it.) This has happened at approximately the same time of day on
two consecutive days.

Without more information it's difficult to guess what the cause might
be. Is your network reliable? Is your connection to the internet
reliable? Do you normally synchronize to 192.168.14.30? Is 11 its normal
stratum? What does 192.168.14.30 normally synchronize to? Do logs from
192.168.14.30 show a problem?




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