ntp trys to adjust the kernel's time variables, in order to improve the performance of a free-running time.
I am searching a way to reset these variables, but I can't find a programm/command to do so.
Thanks everyone for helping me!
You can set:
I am assuming those are the kernel time variables you are talking about. Please let me know if there are others you are interested in
I think you must be talking about the NTP Drift file. From Dr Mill's (originator of NTP) website:
Deleting the drift file and restarting the ntp daemon so solve your problem. In debian, you'd do the following (note that the drift file may be stored in different places...you can always use the "locate" command to find it):