[ntp:questions] Tighter regulation?
Mischanko, Edward T
Edward.Mischanko at arcelormittal.com
Mon May 20 12:04:24 UTC 2013
Hello David Taylor,
Yes, reducing maxpoll does help. The expense to the network is minimal
for my one client. But, what if everybody in the whole world did that
to get better regulation? I am trying to learn of possible tweeks in the code to better the program as a whole.
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> On 20/05/2013 08:58, Mischanko, Edward T wrote:
> > Hello friends,
> > Does anyone know what setting can be changed that will cause
> > tighter regulation of the offset. My goal is to get clk_wander to
> > equal as close to zero as possible more often. I would also like
> > to see the frequency adjusted with every change in offset data;
> > it currently does not appear to do that; it seems to be random.
> > I am monitoring a Windows XP client.
> > Regards,
> > Ed
> Ed, does reducing maxpoll help? That's assuming it doesn't contravene
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