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Re: ntpq no longer working -



Bob Goodwin wrote:

> Ok, that produces some meaningful data, I don't know how Mozilla Compose
> will mangle it but :
> 
> ntpq> host 127.0.0.1
> current host set to 127.0.0.1
> ntpq> peers
> Got packet, size = 32
> Packet okay
> ***Can't find host localhost

This seems to indicate that "localhost" is missing from your /etc/hosts
file.  Check that and try the normal "ntpq -p".


>     remote           refid      st t when poll reach   delay   offset 
> jitter
> ==============================================================================
> 
> Got packet, size = 432
> Packet okay
> Got packet, size = 220
> Packet okay
> clock2.redhat.c .CDMA.           1 u  110 1024  377  2030.40  633.536
> 558.706
> Got packet, size = 444
> Packet okay
> Got packet, size = 220
> Packet okay
> ntp-1.cns.vt.ed 198.82.247.40    2 u  410 1024  377  2568.57  901.177
> 706.564
> Got packet, size = 440
> Packet okay
> Got packet, size = 212
> Packet okay
> *ntp-2.cns.vt.ed 198.82.247.40    2 u  397 1024  377  769.755  -22.853 
> 76.805
> Got packet, size = 444
> Packet okay
> Got packet, size = 212
> Packet okay
> ntp-3.cns.vt.ed 198.82.247.40    2 u  581 1024  377  1694.40  427.961
> 328.748
> Got packet, size = 440
> Packet okay
> Got packet, size = 212
> Packet okay
> +ntp-4.cns.vt.ed 198.82.247.40    2 u   85 1024  377  873.344   46.931
> 109.827
> 
> The delay and offset numbers look pretty high, perhaps system delays via
> the satelltie connection?
> 
> BobG
> 


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