[ntp:questions] NTP shared memory driver

mike cook michael.cook at sfr.fr
Mon Sep 15 12:16:10 UTC 2014


Le 15 sept. 2014 à 13:54, Rob a écrit :

> Claudio Persico <clouddese at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks a lot for the explanation.
>> 
>> I've just modified my test application. Now it works till 10000 seconds of difference (4 hours is too much even for the first big time jump allowed by -g option).
>> 

  think about adding a battery backed RTC.

>> My question now is: since my system is a battery powered one, and the batteries are very often removed so the time always starts at the epoch time (1970) or something very old, is there a way to make NTP work with a so big "time jump"?
> 
> Use the -g option.

If -g has a limit , then you could use "ntpdate -b addr" . No limit there

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