When running the typical frequency error was 15 to 17 PPM and when the system was rebooted the RTC clock was off by 18 seconds. If you changed the minpoll parameter, the wait time may change accordingly.If you are running xntpd for the first time, you may even have to wait longer, because The privilege name for this is called "sys_time" and the information for this privilege can be viewed by using the ppriv command :# ppriv -lv sys_time sys_time Allows a process to Already a member? https://major.io/2008/02/20/ntpd_initres-ntpd-returns-a-permission-denied-error/
Michael Sinatra wrote in news://comp.protocols.time.ntp:My understanding is, after Solaris 2.6 "not necessary at all" is the correct answer. Using ntptraceThis example is taken from David Dalton's NTP Primer, another good introduction to NTP (originally written for HP-UX):ntptrace cosl4 cosl4: The child that NTP forks to resolve the host names never terminates.Anyone know if this is an HP-UX or an NTP bug?
Password Linux - Software This forum is for Software issues. Full text and rfc822 format available. The boards that are currently shipping have this fix incorporated."Mark Martinec contributed: "I just stumbled across the specs of the 12-channel GPS receiver Motorola Oncore M12. Set Time Solaris Having a problem logging in?
Posting Guidelines Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden.Tek-Tips Posting Policies Jobs Jobs from Indeed What: Where: jobs by Link To This Forum! Solaris 11 Ntp Client Kill the process with the pid 896.Roland Sometimes you lose and sometimes the others win 0 Kudos Reply Dean Johnson_10 Advisor Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed I just now saw the same thing with ntp 1:4.2.2.p4+dfsg-1. https://bugs.debian.org/385334 These values are used when the kernel has to convert UTC to local time.As up to these changes most people did not care much about the
Dik wrote:"The kernel adjtimex code is broken when it was changed to support a kernel settable hz value. Solaris Ntpq Trying the latest versions might help.8.3.5. ghight View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by ghight 02-18-2003, 11:05 AM #7 cnjohnson Member Registered: Nov 2002 Location: Nashville You need to find the IO base address from register 0x40 in the PCI header, and add the 0x28 to that address.
Janne Hyötylä (janne-hyotyla) wrote on 2007-05-24: #7 Network and ntpd entries from syslog Edit (7.8 KiB, text/plain) I can confirm this on Feisty. It seems my DEC Alpha won't get synchronized. How To Restart Ntp Service In Solaris 10 Patrick Pletscher (pat-pletscher) wrote on 2007-04-20: #2 I can confirm that, too with Feisty Fawn final. How To Check Ntp Status In Solaris symmetric active mode with another systemWe can also specify the system to operate in symmetric active mode with another system as :peer (ipaddress)For example :peer 192.168.1.20Verifying the client setupTo verify if
In any case the problem is serious. A restart 'fixed' the issue, NTP is running again. This is a pair of values: The first value determines the minutes west of GMT, and the second value determines whether DST is in effect. After start command there are two processess: one with root provoleges and the other one with ntp privileges. Solaris Sync Time With Ntp Server
The strange IP address (184.108.40.206) is a strong indication for this.John Hay contributed the output of nslookup 220.127.116.11, namely 192.0.0.0-is-used-for-printservices-discovery----illegally.iana.net, and Professor David L. Reported by: Olaf van der Spek
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Full text and rfc822 format available. Another possibility is a broken interface between ntpd and the operating system. You can even set up the correct timezone (see Q: 22.214.171.124.2. for details).126.96.36.199.2. With PPSkit-0.9 my hardware clock is set to UTC188.8.131.52.1. ntpq: read: connection refused This message typically indicates that a connection could not be made because the service is not available.
Please try the request again. Do you have any idea why?ntpd expects that the system time has been set closely to the real time, for example by using ntpdate. Severity set to `important' from `important' Request was from Marc Dequènes (Duck)
Dean Johnson.Adding a restrict line for the loopback interface, 127.0.0.1, worked.restrict default nomodifyrestrict 127.0.0.1 <----- did the trickrestrict (other server ips) 0 Kudos Reply The opinions expressed above are the personal Sam Morris (yrro) wrote on 2007-04-22: #3 This sounds similar to #50406--can you confirm? In Linux 2.2 serial events seem inaccurate.
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