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What is your preferred program to synchronize your system to a network time server? I see at least three in my repositories -- ntp, ntpdate, and ntp-refclock -- and imagine ...
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- 11-15-2007 #1
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- Jul 2007
- Fairbanks, Alaska
Synchronizing system clock to network time server: which program?
My computer (running SimplyMEPIS 6.5) is connected to the Internet with a cable modem, so the connection isn't "intermittent" in the same sense that it would be with a modem. But it's certainly not turned on all the time. The system clock has gotten at least ten minutes ahead of the correct time.
Please let me know if I need to elaborate on something.
- 11-15-2007 #2
I've never used ntp-refclock. I usually use ntpdate to make one off updates to the system clock on my desktop and laptop. On my home server, I have ntpd running all the time. To correct you clock using ntpdate, you can do
- 11-15-2007 #3
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- Feb 2005
I use ntpd and my system clock is spot on with the MSF transmission from Frankfurt. The logs indicate that synchronization occurs every 20 minutes or so. Like you, I don't leave my systems on all the time.