Having an issue on the CCM Servers I'm managing where the local clock is gaining time at about 5 minutes every week. I've gone through and setup NTP on the servers as per the Cisco Docs, but I'm still seeing the time gain occur.
I've setup the Pub to sync against an internal time source by editing the ntp.conf file. I've then gone and done a manual sync using ntpdate and then restart the NTP Service. I'm finding that the service isn't re-syncing the clock and I'm finding I have to manually re-sync every couple of days.
Is this a problem seen by others? Any chance there's a solution outside of setting up a sched task to re-sync the time on an automated basis?
Okay, ended up making some changes to the config file and things appear to be keeping time now.
My config file now looks like:
server a.b.c.d iburst # Set Local Clock to Authoritive Time Source
fudge 127.127.1.0 stratum 5 # Resets Stratum from default 3 to 5
driftfile C:\WINNT\system32\drivers\etc\ntp.drift # path for drift file
Where a.b.c.d is my internal time source.
The only real change you'll see is that I added 'iburst' in the server line. This appears to fix up the time (as per what ntpdate does) when the ntp service starts (assuming it's within 1000 seconds of the actual NTP server time). It also appears to fix up any drift in the local clock time on a regular basis and appears to actually keep server time now.
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