KCollins at nesbittengineering.com
Tue Dec 10 14:28:01 CST 2002
This isn't going to help, but I've seen the same problem on my Inspiron
2600, 3000, 7000 and several desktop computers that I've got running Linux
(both RedHat 7.1-8.0 and SuSE - 8.0). I'm beginning to think it may
something basic in the Kernel.
My needs aren't such that 30 seconds a day is a problem, so I do the NTP
update in a cron job every night.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ronald Reed [mailto:rreed at ops.sgp.arm.gov]
> Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2002 2:12 PM
> To: Dell Linux PowerEdge
> Subject: Clock Problems
> This isn't on a PowerEdge machine, but a C840 Latitude Laptop. The
> system clock is really bad about keep proper time.
> I use ntpd, but the system clock is so bad that ntpd can't
> seem to keep
> up. Anyone have some configurations for ntpd that will help?
> Ron Reed
> Unix Systems Administrator
> ARM SGP CART Site
> ron.reed at arm.gov
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