As a linux (Debian-based) host on a network, how can I discover whether an NTP service exists somewhere locally on the network? Thanks.
I am looking for a software / hardware network time synchronization solution. Requirements: Number of nodes ~ 40 The time reading will be performed from a Windows Software (Server 2008 or 2012) ~ ...
I was curious about what exactly time is going to NFS file metadata when client writes a file. My assumption is that client time is recorded and not NFS server's time. But I wasn't able to find out ...
The domain time is now out of sync by 4 mins and its getting on my nerves, I ran a quick check to see if I could determine how much it was out by exactly and got this back: H:\>w32tm /stripchart ...
For a relatively large network (thousands of hosts) - what are the arguments for and against running a locally managed (pool of) NTP server(s) (perhaps periodically set via some public NTP server) and ...
I wish to understand following scenario with NTP server, I have 3 systems in the network and on two I have configured the NTP server (these two systems doesn't have network in between them) then on ...
I have some OLD legacy hardware that I'd like to keep time synchronized on. It supports the TIME protocol (not NTP). Are there any reliable TIME servers online anymore? If so, where? -M