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Do I need to run a NTP server in every VM?

Couldn't the guests somehow inherit the system time of the host ? It seems kind of pointless to run the same daemon to get the same results on the same machine multiple times but I didn't find ...
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Time jumps on guest system really shortly

I've got a ESXI-Server and a OpenSuse 10.3 distribution running on it as a guest system. In a java (6_17) application that uses Thread.sleep() to not hog 100% CPU, I noticed that it sometimes never ...
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Virtualizing NTP server [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What are the limits of running NTP servers in virtual machines? I was wondering if virtualizing NTP is okay. I have a VMware ESXi 5.0 box, and I want to virtualize my ...
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System time is wrong in Proxmox VE host, how can I fix it?

I'm using the latest version of Proxmox VE (which is based on Debian) and I can't fix the wrong time problem: $ pveversion -v pve-manager: 1.7-11 (pve-manager/1.7/5470) running kernel: 2.6.32-4-pve ...
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Time Drift on VM servers, need a reliable solution

We have some windows server 2008 VMware instances on multiple physical servers (hosted) and an application which requires the time to be synced across the server instances. Obviously, VMware has ...
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Best practice for system clock sync on KVM host

I have an Ubuntu 9.10 server running as a KVM host with ntpd installed on it. The host system has the correct system time. At the moment I only have a single KVM guest, also Ubuntu 9.10 server. I do ...
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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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What are the limits of running NTP servers in virtual machines?

I want to set up several Stratum 2 time servers on my local network. Virtual machines would certainly be a cheaper way to do this than buying three 1U servers. What limitations would doing so impose? ...