[ntp:questions] ntp stratum
stephaneguedon at ifrance.com
Sat Sep 27 11:26:37 UTC 2008
Le Sat, 27 Sep 2008 12:39:13 +0200, David Woolley
<david at ex.djwhome.demon.co.uk.invalid> a écrit:
> stephaneguedon wrote:
>> I would like to know how I can tell the server he is in stratum 3.
> You can't. Why would you want to?
> Your server's stratum will never be less than one greater than the
> numerically lowest stratum amongst its severs, so by choosing servers
> that never have a stratum numerically less than two, yours will never
> have stratum numerically less than 3.
> You can also provide it with a direct connection to a reference clock,
> and force the stratum of that reference clock to be two. However, if
> the clock is good, it is not sensible to give it an artificially bad
>> This is my /etc/ntp.conf :
> [With no reference clocks.]
The stratum is really 3 !
but when I run ntpdate from my computer (not the server himself), I get
strange answer... Like :
server 192.168.0.2, stratum 16, offset -0.542495, delay 0.02582
27 Sep 13:24:57 ntpdate: step time server 192.168.0.2 offset
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