[ntp:questions] Re: Linux 2.6.15.1 & Oncore M12+ & PPSkit-light - yey

Ulrich Windl Ulrich.Windl at RZ.Uni-Regensburg.DE
Tue Mar 28 14:07:42 UTC 2006


draziw at gmail.com writes:

[...]
> Hi Ulrich - it does change...  Output attached.
> ntptime
> ntp_gettime() returns code 0 (OK)
>   time c7d2d4df.554f0000  Mon, Mar 27 2006 13:17:19.333, (.333237),
>   maximum error 993 us, estimated error 1 us
> ntp_adjtime() returns code 0 (OK)
>   modes 0x0 (),
>   offset 1.000 us, frequency -158.380 ppm, interval 4 s,
>   maximum error 993 us, estimated error 1 us,
>   status 0x1 (PLL),
>   time constant 0, precision 1.000 us, tolerance 496 ppm,
>   pps frequency -159.438 ppm, stability 0.000 ppm, jitter 0.000 us,
>   intervals 0, jitter exceeded 0, stability exceeded 0, errors 0.

Your "intervals" are "0", so no PPS is actually coming in. Also, your STA_NANO
is not set, so I guess you are running the wrong kernel or ntpd.

> from ntpq -p
> *GPS_ONCORE(0)   .GPS.            0 l    1   16  377    0.000    0.001
>  0.001
> 
> So is something broken with the PPS freq changing?  With a remote
> server connected to 4st 1 servers, one of which is mine, it often picks
> mine to update from (*) - (depending on load being put on the dsl
> line.)
> 
> Thanks,
> Ryan
> 
> > Regards,
> > Ulrich




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