[ntp:questions] Timekeeping on Windows 2008r2 VM on Linux QEMU/KVM
stenn at ntp.org
Fri Jan 23 03:28:51 UTC 2015
> On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 10:46 PM, Harlan Stenn <stenn at ntp.org> wrote:
> > Right, so if you don't want that use sntp instead.
> Are these numbers consistent? If ntpdate is reporting seconds and sntp is
> reporting milliseconds then it an order of magnitude difference. Otherwise
> it's several orders of magnitude.
> server 192.168.0.244, stratum 1, offset -0.000009, delay 0.02571
> 22 Jan 10:46:13 ntpdate: adjust time server 192.168.0.244 offset
> -0.000009 sec
> sntp 4.2.8p1-beta5 at 1.3265-o Tue Jan 20 04:48:55 UTC 2015 (2)
> 2015-01-22 10:46:13.241424 (+0500) -0.00129 +/- 0.001866 ntpa 192.168.0.244
Please dig in to this. They are both reporting seconds.
Note that sntp will give you the error bounds as well.
And at this level on a Unix box, a millisecond is not bad for a one-shot
You can crank the debug levels to see the packet timestamps.
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