Peter Kiem writes:
Give it some time, Gene. It seems to be far enough off it may take a day or so to get down to 2ms type errors. (And if you have ntpdate running please be nice to yourself and turn it off. It will screw up the feedback loop ntp uses to average out bad data.)
Are you saying that you can run ntpdate and ntpd at the same time?
When I try to ntpdate when ntpd is running I always get "the NTP socket is in use, exiting" and have to stop ntpd first.
Use the -u option to ntpdate.
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