[ntp:questions] Have Pi, have GPS = low powered NTP server?

E-Mail Sent to this address will be added to the BlackLists Null at BlackList.Anitech-Systems.invalid
Thu Jun 7 18:24:00 UTC 2012


DaveB wrote:
>> pi at raspberrypi:~$ ntpq -p
>> remote           refid         st t when poll reach delay  offset jitter
>> ========================================================================
>> *ntp.websters-co 193.67.79.202  2 u  11  128  377 37.918  -7.068  20.879
>> +ns1.luns.net.uk 33.117.170.50  2 u  65  128  377 34.099  -5.716 197.916
>> +ns0.luns.net.uk 157.44.176.4   2 u  64  128  377 33.914  -6.204 181.881
>> -time.xilo.net   130.88.212.143 3 u 101  128  377 25.476 -29.662   4.126
>
> Interestingly, it's decided to cease accessing the few external servers
> I told it about (all uk.pool based) just sticking to the local Stratum 1
> box.  Or they have gone offline now...
>
> pi at raspberrypi:~$ ntpq -p
> remote          refid       st t when poll  reach  delay  offset  jitter
> ========================================================================
> *192.168.42.24  .GPS.        1 u  362  1024 377    0.563   0.669  0.284
>  time.xilo.net  82.219.4.30  3 -   5h  1024   0   21.571  13.885  0.000
>  dns0.rmplc.co 195.66.241.3  2 -   5h  1024   0 2019.75  -1000.8  0.000
>
> I grabbed that via a remote SSH link, so I know the DSL at home is
> working, else I wouldnt have been able to get this data.  Both the
> external servers were reach=377 when I last looked last night.

Try something like:
ntpq -n -c "lpe" -c "las" -c "rv &0" -c "rv &1" -c "rv &2" -c "rv &3" -c "rv &4"

The easily readable parts, and the flash code might give you more insight.

-- 
E-Mail Sent to this address <BlackList at Anitech-Systems.com>
  will be added to the BlackLists.



More information about the questions mailing list