Re: ntpd vs selinux

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Gene Heskett:
>>> Jun 30 22:37:14 diablo ntpd[1936]: sendto( Invalid argument
>>> Jun 30 22:38:01 diablo ntpd[1936]: sendto( Invalid argument
>>> Jun 30 22:42:04 diablo ntpd[1936]: sendto( Invalid argument

>> For what it's worth, I'd see the same sort of thing if NTP was run
>> twice.  Don't ask how that might happen, I've not figured it out.  If I
>> checked the running processes, killed off all the NTPDs then restarted,
>> it went away.
Gene Heskett:
> I didn't kill any extra ntpd's. just a regular 'service ntpd restart'

Another thing that has that effect, that I'd forgotten about since
leaving dial-up internet, was an interface going down that NTP was
using.  I had to put an NTP restart script into my ifup post PPP script,
to restart the NTP server after a new connection.  It just wouldn't keep
on working by itself.

(Currently running FC4, occasionally trying FC5.)

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