[ntp:questions] PSYCHO PC clock is advancing at 2 HR per second
David J Taylor
david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk.invalid
Tue Mar 20 19:18:54 UTC 2012
"unruh" <unruh at invalid.ca> wrote in message
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> On 2012-03-20, David J Taylor <david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk.invalid>
>> "unruh" <unruh at invalid.ca> wrote in message
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>>> It is really really hard to imagine any gps device doing that.
>> Yes, I agree, and yet what just popped up in my mail box but a
>> "an inexplicable 1 second slip of 3 GPS based NTP time sources".
>> I have, of course, asked for more details!
> A one second slip I could understand-- eg Gamin 18x reporting over 1
> second after the associated second would lead to that. But a computer
> advancing at an hour per tick is way beyond that.
> Perhaps the 1 second slip tickled a bug in ntp with the LOCL clock--
> where the system then saw the GPS as a false ticker, went to LOCAL with
> a bad rate, and compounded the rate error by some sort of runaway
You are confusing two events here. Ron had a problem with the PC running
fast. This was a separate incident where there was a 1 second slippage.
When and if I get more details I will post them here. There is no
suggestion that the two are related.
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