[ntp:questions] Problem with xntp after reinstall on openSUSE 10.3
marc.muehlfeld at web.de
Mon Oct 15 18:38:44 UTC 2007
Richard B. Gilbert schrieb:
> My first guess would be that your local clock is off by more than 500
> Parts Per Million (PPM). 500 PPM is the maximum frequency correction
> that ntpd can make.
The PPM of current system accoring /var/log/messages: 5.706
The old logfile showed: 161.758
> If you have a drift file, check the value stored in it. Most machines
> will have an absolute value less than 50.
The drift file of the new system consists: 6.194
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