[ntp:questions] What exactly does "Maximum Distance Exceded" mean?
mayer at ntp.org
Mon Mar 16 02:59:44 UTC 2009
> Joseph Gwinn <joegwinn at comcast.net> writes:
>> In article <49BD3A1E.2020207 at ntp.org>, mayer at ntp.org (Danny Mayer)
>>> Richard B. Gilbert wrote:
>>>> Joseph Gwinn wrote:
>>>>> Is NTP v4 proven to run on Solaris 9 (SunOS 5.9 Generic May 2002)?
>>>> Proven? Please define that! It works for me. YMMV!
>>> NTP v4 builds on most versions of Solaris. If for some reason it does
>>> not build, Harlan can help with that since he's the build master. We
>>> have Solaris boxes in the build farm.
>> Good to know.
>> What's the story for IBM's AIX?
>>>> Version 3 is AT LEAST six years old. V4.something is current. Vendors
>>>> are still shipping V3 because the RFC for V4 has not yet been formally
>>>> adopted. Or, if it has been adopted, the adoption is extremely recent.
>>> The RFC has not yet been published but it's really close.
>> I have read at least one draft. The fact that it isn't yet a RFC is not
>> a problem.
> That 5 years after version 3 has been dropped there is still no Request for
> Comments (which is what RFC means) is a problem. An RFC is not supposed to
> be the Final Word. (but people do tend to treat them as such).
Technically it will be known as standards track meaning that it's not a
full standard but then almost of the RFC's I've seen over the past 10
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