[ntp:questions] multiple instances of NTP on different interfaces

Rob nomail at example.com
Thu Mar 7 10:05:45 UTC 2013

Uwe Klein <uwe at klein-habertwedt.de> wrote:
> Abu Abdullah wrote:
>> On Thu, Mar 7, 2013 at 12:41 AM, E-Mail Sent to this address will be added
>> to the BlackLists <Null at blacklist.anitech-systems.invalid> wrote:
>>>unruh wrote:
>>>>He has gotten himself totally confused about what his
>>>> real job and desires are, it seems to me.
>>>Perhaps its something like, he needs to provide ntp to the
>>> pool due to really high vendor zone useage by his appliances?
>>>Still sounds like two machines would be better than one.
>> Both are important for us. I can conclude from all the responses that there
>> is no an out of the box solution for the same. I need to have separate OS
>> (or zone).
> Look into changeroot prisons.
> Some (Linux) distributions already run ntpd in a change rooted prison.
> Should be easy to adapt that to a dual setup.

This isolates only the filesystem, not the network sockets.
Het described a problem with the sharing of the network sockets.

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