ntpd not adjusting the clock?
zbyszek at szalbot.homedns.org
Wed Oct 18 06:14:24 UTC 2006
On Tue, 17 Oct 2006, Chuck Swiger wrote:
> Unless you've got additional restrict lines which permit some hosts to make
> changes, using only "restrict default ignore" will prevent ntpd from paying
> attention to the timeservers you've listed and it will even prevent ntpd from
> changing the local clock or being administered via ntpq from localhost.
Ok. Thanks a lot. I have corrected it, restarted ntpd and now watching the
clock. The time has not been immediately adjusted but I guess it should
change in the longer run?
Thank you all of you who have responded. It was very helpful.
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