[ntp:questions] ntp stratum

stephaneguedon stephaneguedon at ifrance.com
Sat Sep 27 12:09:05 UTC 2008


Le Sat, 27 Sep 2008 14:06:39 +0200, stephaneguedon  
<stephaneguedon at ifrance.com> a écrit:

> Le Sat, 27 Sep 2008 13:35:14 +0200, David J Taylor  
> <david-taylor at blueyonder.neither-this-part.nor-this-bit.co.uk> a écrit:
>
>> stephaneguedon wrote:
>> []
>>> The stratum is really 3 !
>>
>> How do you know that?  It depends on what stratum the servers you are  
>> sync
>> from claim to be.
>>
>>> 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[14545]: step time server 192.168.0.2 offset
>>> -0.542495 sec
>>
>> ntpq -p is helpful to see what servers you are actually syncing to.   
>> Show
>> us the output from this command.  A "*" in the first column shows the
>> server your system is currently syncing from, and a "reach" value of "0"
>> means you are not connecting to a particular server.
>>
>> David
>>
>>
>
> thanks for helping me...
>
>       remote           refid      st t when poll reach   delay   offset   
> jitter
> ==============================================================================
> +horlogegps.rese 195.220.94.163   2 u   20   64  377   34.027  -19.190    
> 0.328
> -metasweb01.admi 162.23.3.171     3 u   35   64  377   52.594  -15.991    
> 0.545
> -soleil.uvsq.fr  193.49.205.19    2 u   29   64  377   33.636  -18.620    
> 0.387
> *ntp.u-psud.fr   193.49.205.17    2 u   41   64  377   33.756  -20.939    
> 0.684
> +syrte8.obspm.fr 195.220.94.163   2 u   46   64  377   34.196  -20.969    
> 0.563
>   ntp1-rz.rrze.un .INIT.          16 u    - 1024    0    0.000     
> 0.000   0.000
>
> the list of servers is in the end of the ntp.conf I posted the first time
>
> I don't know where come from the ntpl-rz.rrze.un
>

sorry... I know I am in stratum 3, because all servers I use are at least  
in stratum 2 (refer to the list from the cru for example).

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