[ntp:questions] Re: NTP sync on a standalone network (Windows 2k)

Hal Murray hmurray at suespammers.org
Mon Aug 21 08:00:28 UTC 2006


>>> adjtimex is the utility to tweak the clock frequency.
>> 
>> Seems interesting in the long run.
>> The only data I have found looks like code to be compiled for Unix. Anything 
>> ready for Windows?
>> 
>
>No, we've never had an occasion to build it. I don't think it's
>necessary if you are running ntpd and just synching to the master.

The idea was to tweak the local clock parameters so that it didn't drift much.

You can do that by editing the drift file and restarting ntpd.

I think my suggestion of adjtimex was probably a wild goose chase.

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