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Tue Jun 16 19:03:38 UTC 2009
[snip... about audit trail and a bit of a debate ...]
On Jun 16, 2009, at 9:57 AM, Danny Mayer wrote:
> Not at all. We have SOX processes everywhere at work. None of them
> require accurate time since they are not needed. What is needed is a
> clear audit trail of what did what.
> Don't try to read into something that I didn't say.
Danny, thank you for your responses, all of you in this thread as
well. I will do my best to reply to each. Todd answered what I
needed to know about the comments that were made (Thanks). In my
case, that level of auditing is not needed.
I am dealing with time stamps in logs, my clock only every drifts
backwards in time compared, I can potentially end up with large gaps,
making log auditing a bit troublesome.
I am only looking to solve that. Though my original issue, it more
about why a kernel panic causes ntpdate to fail, which I believe I am
on track to discover a solution.
Scott * If you contact me off list replace talklists@ with scott@ *
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