[ntp:questions] NTP client configuration
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Fri Sep 28 01:35:25 UTC 2012
Benjamin CABUT wrote:
> -> our time source is the local clock of one computer.
> wich I guess is accurate.
> I mean, we don't need to get the correct time in our
> application, but we need that all computers shares the
> same time even if it wrong compared to UTC.
You might be able to get get what you want by
using orphan mode instead of localclock;
and messing with the e.g. ntp conf tos and tinker options
to deal with your unstable timebases.
> Do you know how I can proceed to get "offset" value in a source code?
Pick your poison.
I'd probably first look at the source code:
ntp-dev-4.2.7p306/ntpq and/or ntp-dev-4.2.7p306/sntp
FYI: Lots applications use NTPq to get that kind of
information for them.
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