[ntp:questions] Max polling time

RICCARDO castellani.riccardo at tiscali.it
Thu Mar 15 07:35:24 UTC 2007

My system is always run (server Master, server A , server B).
I think ntpd polling time was 64s as default but you'are telling me
that ntpd uses variable polling time according to environment and
system status ?
Hal Murray ha scritto:

> In article <1173904589.823036.139010 at e1g2000hsg.googlegroups.com>,
>  "RICCARDO" <castellani.riccardo at tiscali.it> writes:
> >I'm going to set Minpoll and Maxpoll time in my ntpd.conf for my NTP
> >internal server (MASTER) which must be synchronized to external
> >servers (stratum 1 or 2), because I think 64s is too low so i want to
> >increase it.
> How long did you let your system run?
> NTP adjusts the polling interval.  Usually it does the right thing.
> If the temperature and/or load on your system and/or the delays on
> your network connection are all stable, it should go up to 1024 seconds.
> It takes a while.
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