[ntp:questions] ntpd -x option
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Mon Mar 16 16:46:25 UTC 2009
hal-usenet at ip-64-139-1-69.sjc.megapath.net (Hal Murray) writes:
>>It's his privilege to play by his own rules. If he is willing to spend
>>several months slewing the clock. . . .
>>I would be tempted to slew the clock at a rate far beyond 500 PPM if I
>>could figure out how.
>Patch the kernel, recompile, install, reboot. 1/2 :)
Sorry, why patch the kernel? The kernel already has the ability to slew at
100000 PPM what more do you need? (That is 1 sec every 10 sec). You just
need to use the tickadj option to adjtimex.
>I's suggesting deliberately hacking the kernel to get what you
>want. If it will take several months, a reboot or two is now big
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