[ntp:questions] Decommission NTP server

Hal Murray hal-usenet at ip-64-139-1-69.sjc.megapath.net
Wed Aug 25 22:26:46 UTC 2010

In article <qgofk7-dsb2.ln1 at ntp.tmsw.no>,
 Terje Mathisen <"terje.mathisen at tmsw.no"> writes:
>John Kennedy wrote:
>> We have an NTP server that we want to decommission. Before we do this we
>> need to know which servers are using this server to their time. Is there a
>> way to log which servers are syncing off of this server?
>> I have looked at the logconfig directive and can not find enough info on it.
>> I have tried logconfig=all but that does not help.
>'ntpdc -c monlist' is your friend, it will list the last 600-700 clients.
>If you have a lot more clients than this, then you'll have to either 
>install a new/dev ntpd version or insert WireShark or a similar sniffer 
>on a mirror of the server switch port.

Or fix the clients you can see, then check again to see who is still
using the server.

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