[ntp:questions] Re: W2003 Server SP2 Problems with W32TM

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Wed Oct 11 16:09:15 UTC 2006


The recent rewrite of the configuration code allows configuration 
commands to be given via ntpq. Unfortunately, the programmer maintaining 
that version is no longer available and a volunteer has not appeared. 
There is a good deal of neat stuff in that version, but I do not at this 
time have spare bandwidth.


Danny Mayer wrote:

> Heiko Gerstung wrote:
>>Danny Mayer schrieb:
>>>Eugen COCA wrote:
>>>>Hi all,
>>>>I've tested a W2k3 box time synchronization by setting the server using
>>>>the command line:
>>>>net time /setsntp:time.usv.ro
>>>>net stop w32time
>>>>net start w32time
>>>The fact that you had to stop and start the service indicates how badly
>>>the net time interface was written. It doesn't take much to write code
>>>update information in the registry and then notify the service to go
>>>reread it and act accordingly.
>>Is this possible with ntpd? I mean, applying changes to ntp.conf and
>>then tell the daemon/service to re-read its configuration file? I would
>>really love to see such a feature ... :-)
> It's much harder to do with ntpd. Writing and reading registry bits is
> easy. ntpd has to deal with a lot of different platforms, but yes it is
> one of the things we would like to implement.
>>>If it was working before why wouldn't it work now? I know, that's a
>>>question for Microsoft.
>>They are still trying to figure out why it worked ;-)
> Microsoft is?
> Danny
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