[ntp:questions] Re: ntpq times out if NMEA refclock configured?
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Sun May 14 21:27:51 UTC 2006
"Harlan Stenn" <stenn at ntp.isc.org> wrote in message
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>> I think it does have a fast Hz setting (I've seen it somewhere but I
>> remember where or what it was set to..) However, it's a 3.2GHz processor
>> so I don't think it should struggle too much.
> It's not an issue with CPU speed, it's an issue with device drivers
> clock interrupts.
I've started a new thread as the original problem has been cured by using
the latest dev release of NTP.
See 'NMEA refclock - PPS not working'
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