John J. Allen wrote:
> Mark Kilmartin wrote:
>>> OK the server seems to be setup right.
>>>> NTP on the clients seem to be OK and seems to startup ok.
>>>> If however I run ntpdate -q server
>>>> To actually query the server.
>>>> Then I get the following output.
>>>> server x.x.x.x, stratum 16, offset -1.436532, delay 0.02574
>> 18 Jan 11:46:51 ntpdate: no server suitable for synchronization
> server 127.127.1.0 prefer # local clock
> fudge 127.127.1.0 stratum 2
As a slight followup
I use ntpdate on my server to sync with Trinity,
I run ntpd on my client pc's pointing them at my server's ntpd.
John Allen email: john.allen at online.ie
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