-bash-3.2$ cat /etc/ntpd.conf | grep listen
# Addresses to listen on (ntpd does not listen by default)
#listen on *
listen on 192.168.1.177
-bash-3.2$ cat /etc/ntpd.conf | grep servers
# use a random selection of 8 public stratum 2 servers
I know, I know! I proposed several times to upgrade, to no avail! Some
200 active e-mail boxes on this server, average 50 e-mails/user/day. I
took me a week or so to convince them to change the windblown domain
controller's time synchronization to an external ntp server! Ne jamais
discuter avec un idiot .....
On 13/10/2013 11:35 PM, Theo de Raadt wrote:
> That's damn old code.
> Newer ntpd also has a ntpctl command, so you can see the progress it is
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On 2013-10-13, mufurcz <[hidden email]> wrote:
> I set up this mail server (postfix/dovecot/mysql) some years back.
> There is an issue with ntpd (read below). Any idea why I am not
> geting the right time?
Check /var/log/daemon, and check that there are no firewall rules etc
preventing you getting time (does "rdate -nvp 0.au.pool.ntp.org" work?)
On Sun, 13 Oct 2013 23:23:22 +1000
mufurcz <[hidden email]> wrote:
|There is an issue with ntpd (read below). Any idea why I am not
|geting the right time?
Some of the NTP servers that au.pool.ntp.org returns are very slow to respond, I found it better to use it just to find the IP addresses that are snappy and close to you geographically, then put those directly into your ntpd.conf