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System clock jumps over 50 seconds randomly

Having a really strange and frustrating issue with system clocks across a few (non virtualized) Ubuntu 12.04 servers. The system clock jumps unpredictably by over 50 seconds. Here's a part of the ...
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2answers
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Linux kernel detecting wrong processor frequency

After a cold boot of a 6.0.8 Debian server (HP ProLiant), ntpd played havoc with system time: offset and jitter with respect to the usual and reliable reference time servers growing without limit. ...
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2answers
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WS2008 NTP - Using time.windows.com,0x9 - Time always skewed forwards

I have a domain controller configured to use time.windows.com (with 0x09 flags set). I've noticed that frequently the systems' clock is fast - it varies from 10 minutes to even 45 minutes. I always ...
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4answers
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Getting time to sync with NTP on Centos 5 VM

My Centos 5 VM is drifting time. I have scoured different answers to solve this problem. I've looked at the VMWare's tips and added tinker panic 0 on top of my ntp.conf file. I also changed the ...
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2answers
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Seemingly high clock skew between four systems, normal?

I'm researching a bit of a problem maintaining time synchronization between systems. I finally decided to measure the actual clock variance between hosts, and found that over the course of 13 hours, ...
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ESXi VM NTP Server

We need to setup an internal NTP server. Because this server will pretty much ONLY be a time server I was thinking of just creating a VM for it. However, Googling around it appears that there there ...
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5answers
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NTP failing to update

I am attempting to use ntp on the server. Checking ps the ntpd process seems to be running: ntpd -u ntp:ntp -p /var/run/ntpd.pid -g However the time is not being corrected, any ideas? The drift ...
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4answers
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ntpdate shows 4second time drift / day

I started ntpdate running every night as a cronjob (on two servers). And every morning I have an email telling me the outcome. On one server it's correcting by about 0.8 seconds every day, which seems ...
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1answer
358 views

Disconnect Local Clock from Domain Controller Clock

How can I disconnect my workstation clock from the domain controller? In other words, I do not want them synchronized.
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3answers
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How do I stop the clock running fast on a virtualbox client running ubuntu 8.04?

I'm having a problem with the clock running fast in Ubuntu 8.04 server (2.6.24-24-generic kernel) running in VirtualBox 3.04. It's drifting quickly, something like 5 minutes per hour. I think it was ...
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Why does Ubuntu 9.04 reset my Windows clock?

I've got a rig with 2 hard drives. I've put Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty) on one of the drives and Windows Vista SP2 runs on the other drive. I went with this approach rather than dual boot since I wanted to ...