There will be a leap second on June 30, 2015 at 23:59:60 UTC. I have a Linux based stratum 1 NTP server which uses GPS as a reference clock. The server is using the "default" ntp.org ntpd. How ...
For the upcoming leap second addition on June 30 I have been working on making sure the Red Hat Linux detects the time smoothly. I have installed the updated tzdata and ntpd package on all RHEL5 and ...
For our project, we would like to have all servers and systems synchronised to a linear time reference (without leap second). Therefore, we would discard UTC but are very interested in advertising ...
I'm making some tests with leapfile feature on ntpd to send fake leap-seconds and ensure our Linux platform is resilient to the "bug". The NTP lab is quite simple: a "master" server with local clock ...
I've got three Fit-PCs in use. They are being used as light-weight Linux servers. Unfortunately, on Jun 30, the first of them failed to start due to the leap-second bug. I tried rebooting it a few ...
*NOTE: if your server still has issues due to confused kernels, and you can't reboot - the simplest solution proposed with gnu date installed on your system is: date -s now. This will reset the ...