[ntp:questions] manual change on clock time seems to inhibit ntp service.
elliott.ch at verizon.net
Wed Aug 21 10:04:59 UTC 2013
The -g option allows NTPD to take a large time jump on startup, so you
should be able to restart NTPD and watch it sync the computer to
external time in a few minutes. I know of no mechanism that would
allow NTPD to jump 10 minutes without a restart.
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> ntp service.
> i installed meinberg release on windows 7 with default conf.
> at startup, time is "well clocked" but after 2 minutes i decided to
> change time (10 minutes later or 10 minutes less), poll and when values
> seems to be frozen after this change
> why time isn't now updated ?
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