[ntp:questions] disable pll not working?
Richard B. Gilbert
rgilbert88 at comcast.net
Mon Jan 22 17:25:52 UTC 2007
> sorry, here once again the manpage section in a better readable format:
> pll enable
> Enables the server to adjust its local clock. If not set, the
> local clock free-runs at its intrinsic time and frequency
> offset. This flag is useful in case the local clock is
> controlled by some other device or protocol and NTP is used only to
> provide synchronization to other clients.
All right, which "other device or protocol" controls the local clock?
If you are trying to serve your unsynchronized local clock, using NTP is
rather like using a Rolex watch to compensate for one leg of your desk
being an eighth of an inch shorter than the other three!!
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