[ntp:questions] ntpd communicating with server, but reports ``no reply''.

Kaz Kylheku kkylheku at gmail.com
Wed Apr 11 17:43:40 UTC 2007


I'm trying to set the time on a Linux system (x86 vmware virtual
machine). I'm running ``ntpd -dddddddd -g -q''.

It's receiving packets from the server, reporting the offset, but
after a bunch of round trips, it quits without setting the clock:

addto_syslog: select(): nfound=-1, error: Interrupted system call
addto_syslog: select(): nfound=-1, error: Interrupted system call
sendpkt(fd=17 dst=10.18.28.4, src=10.18.28.129, ttl=0, len=48)
transmit: at 15 10.18.28.129->10.18.28.4 mode 3
poll_update: at 15 10.18.28.4 flags 0301 poll 6 burst 1 last 1 next 17
read_network_packet: fd=17 length 48 from 0a121c04 10.18.28.4
fetch_timestamp: system network time stamp: 1173592706.715188
receive: at 15 10.18.28.129<-10.18.28.4 flags 19 restrict 000
receive: at 15 10.18.28.129<-10.18.28.4 mode 4 code 1 auth 0
clock_filter: n 8 off 2720390.670297 del 0.000975 dsp 0.000063 jit
5.168251, age 0
addto_syslog: select(): nfound=-1, error: Interrupted system call
addto_syslog: select(): nfound=-1, error: Interrupted system call
addto_syslog: no reply; clock not set

The /etc/ntp.conf file is just this. I took out all restricts:

driftfile /var/lib/ntp/drift
broadcastdelay 0.008
authenticate yes
keys /etc/ntp/keys
server 10.18.28.4 iburst burst




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