Time Syncronization.

Alan Ward award at andorra.ad
Fri Sep 7 10:02:23 EDT 2001


I've been using timed from both RedHat and Mandrake with
excellent results. On a small park, admittedly.

Best,
Alan


alvin ha escrit:
> 
> I have a hand full of machines that I am using rdate to synchronize.
> 
> rdate seems to work reasonably well except for one macine that seems to
> gain about 30 seconds a day. The problem I find is that when rdate is
> run the date is just set back 30 seconds. Most times this is not a
> problem but is looks like it has broken inetd and then until I restart
> inetd nobody can use any services from there.
> 
> I am sure someone on this list has solved this problem. I have used NTP
> in the past but have had mixed luck with various implemntations. I have
> a feeling that some combinaton of rdate and adjtimex may work.
> 
> Any pointers or help greatfuly appreciated.
> 
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