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VSOM 6.3.2 NTP returns code 5 (ERROR)

Hello,

i have a problem with the NTP Client from VSOM 6.3.2.

The server lose the time after a reboot. When i start the NTP-Client manuel, than the time is correct.

start NTP-Client:

/etc/init.d/ntp start

When i use the command "ntptime", i get the following output.

TEST:/var/lib/ntp # ntptime

ntp_gettime() returns code 5 (ERROR)

  time d369a998.7f34c000  Fri, May 25 2012  8:47:52.496, (.496899),

  maximum error 100368 us, estimated error 16 us

ntp_adjtime() returns code 5 (ERROR)

  modes 0x0 (),

  offset 564.000 us, frequency 45.357 ppm, interval 4 s,

  maximum error 100368 us, estimated error 16 us,

  status 0x40 (UNSYNC),

  time constant 0, precision 1.000 us, tolerance 512 ppm,

  pps frequency 0.000 ppm, stability 512.000 ppm, jitter 200.000 us,

  intervals 0, jitter exceeded 0, stability exceeded 0, errors 0.

Kind regards

Mats Hüll

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Re: VSOM 6.3.2 NTP returns code 5 (ERROR)

I've always used YAST from the command line then setup NTP under the Network Services option on the left menu.  Works for VSMS as well.  Just type 'yast' at the command prompt after you SSH/telnet to the box.

Hope it helps.

Matt

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VSOM 6.3.2 NTP returns code 5 (ERROR)

Have you ensured the servers hardware clock is synced to the system clock?

hwclock --systohc (I believe).

You can check the difference between the two with;

date

or

date -u

and

hwclock

Maybe I'm just reading the above wrong, but is the time delta simply too large?

Scott Olsen Solutions Specialist Bulletproof Solutions Inc. Web: www.bulletproofsi.com
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