when I'm running 'ntpd -gq' from CentOS 5.10 (i686) the time is synced, but in CentOS 6.4 (x86_64) the command gets stuck (I need to stop it using ctl+c). Any idea hoe to fix it? EDIT: iptables ...
I have two embedded system that are connected via ethernet. I want them to run synchronously. Using NTP protocol is an option to synchronize them. But this is a isolated system. I don't have an ...
My ubuntu 11.10 server has been sitting there quite happily for the last 3 - 4 months, then suddenly the time started going out of sync by one hour. I'm not sure why, nothing has changed re the ...
Sorry, it's just not that clear to me from the man pages, Wikipedia, etc. I understand the concept of stratum 0 as an authoritative time source and stratum 1 as the connected server. However, I am ...
On ubuntu server my usual solution is just to install the ntp package and call it a day. This installs all the binaries I need and has ntpd start at boot time. Right now I'm working on a server ...