söndagen den 7 september 2008 skrev Roger Heflin: > On a typical setup ntpdate runs first (and exits) and syncs the clock close > but not exactly on. If this is not done and the time is off by more than > a certain amount then ntpd *WON'T* be able to sync things, and will exit > with an error. > > Then after ntpdate gets things close, then ntpd keeps things in proper > sync. The flag "-g" to NTPD should do the same thing in a cleaner way. This flag is set in /etc/sysconfig/ntpd in Fedora 9. Björn Persson
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