5.3-Beta7 / router & ntpdate: bug in bootup script or
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Wed Oct 13 05:46:45 PDT 2004
--- Randy Bush <randy at psg.com> wrote:
> an ntpd config hint
> executive summary
> o if you have a recent ntpd, use `ntpd -g`,
> and be sure to start it before you go
> multiuser if you have clock
> lock security in multiuser
Yes, apparently ntpd on 5.X is recent enough.
Would it then make more sense to add "-g" to the
default ntpd_flags in /etc/default/rc.conf ?
And at the same time discourage the use of ntpdate
in /etc/rc.conf, since that seems to be in
conflict with other services starting up at boot?
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