[ntp:questions] Strange behaviour

mayer at gis.net mayer at gis.net
Tue Mar 15 17:21:52 UTC 2005


----- Original Message Follows -----
> John Pettitt escreveu:
>  >>
>  > Look for (reach == 0  for *all* non-local clocks)  and (LOCAL clock
>  > reach == 377)
>  >
>  > this will detect that case when the system can't see the world but
> has
>  > been up long enough to have tried  (the LOCAL == 377 test)
> 
> I have started some tests in that efect (to test ntpd sanity) and got 
> very strange results. I restarted the internet connection in order to 
> change my IP (something that can happen unexpectedly) ando now "ntpq
> -p"  is showing duplicate servers!!!
> 
> This was little after changing my IP:
> [root at servnet1 root]# ntpq -p

Retry this command with the -n option to prevent it translating IP
addresses
into names and see if the addresses are the same. What does your list of
servers look like in ntp.conf?

Danny




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