[ntp:questions] Using different timebase for ntpd

Dave Hart davehart at gmail.com
Tue Mar 24 12:41:45 UTC 2009

Ignore that first response, I was thinking ntp_adjtime was a systime.c

You're attempting to discipline your network card's clock, not the
kernel clock.  If you're tripping over the ntp_adjtime calls
currently, try tweaking #defines so you don't use any of the code
related to nanokernel/microkernel interfaces.  It looks like ensuring
KERNEL_PLL is undefinied should do the trick.

On Mar 24, 11:34 am, Dave Hart <daveh... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 24, 10:53 am, Patrick Loschmidt <Patrick.Loschm... at gmx.net>
> wrote:
> > I found that, but I'm not sure, that this is all I have to do, since
> > there are calls from ntp_loopfilter.c directly to adjtime(), which is
> > not covered by the functions in systime.c ...
> Which version of NTP source are you working with?  I see only
> ntp_adjtime calls in ntp_loopfilter.c in the most recent -stable and -
> dev releases fromwww.ntp.org.

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