[ntp:questions] A ntp client is running ahead of time of our netowork ntp server.
chuck.amadi at rokcorp.com
Mon Jan 29 11:20:06 UTC 2007
I have an issue with a ntp client running Linux SuSE 9.3
Our Network ntp server is a Red Hat Linux Advanced Server release 2.1A.
*I initialy had an* error regarding seeing* *"Bad file descriptor"
errors in /var/log/ntp* *then made sure that only one instance of ntpd*
*is running socklist command and ps -auxxx|egrep ntpd thus run * *kill
-9 PID's and restart ntpd /etc/init.d/ntpd restart. This seemed to fix
things and when I run date command volia I thought I fixed it So thus to
test after weekend.
*Thus I have checked this morning using date command and I the ntp
client is 20 minutes ahead of our network ntp server.
Thus I have checked the /var/log/ntp lof file::
15 Dec 10:39:14 ntpd: synchronized to LOCAL(0), stratum 10
15 Dec 10:40:22 ntpd: synchronized to 10.0.2.3, stratum 3
15 Dec 10:59:44 ntpd: kernel time sync disabled 0041
15 Dec 11:01:52 ntpd: kernel time sync enabled 0001
Thus doesn't look that I have an issue.
Please advice and any suggestions welcomed.
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