[ntp:questions] ntpdate

Pierre Dubuc pldubuc at yahoo.ca
Wed Mar 28 18:57:55 UTC 2007


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Replying to message <nbcl03p3mo5dr6k6l19ukk7bj5p7n3vjgc at 4ax.com>

> Well, using ntpdate will always "step" your PC clock, so you can
> count on it jerking forward and back at each chron interval.
>

Not to be picky, but according to my copy of the man page, the -B option 
will "force the time to always be slewed using the adjtime() system call, 
even if the offset is greater than +-128ms".

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Pierre Dubuc
pldubuc at yahoo.ca
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