No problem. After ntpd has ran for a while, it will write a drift file,
and you'll have one for next time you start up. In the meantime, ntpd
will need to fully calibrate the clock drift of your system.
On 2016 Apr 26 (Tue) at 10:51:41 -0700 (-0700), bluesun08 wrote:
:# $OpenBSD: ntpd.conf,v 1.14 2015/07/15 20:28:37 ajacoutot Exp $
:# See ntpd.conf(5) and /etc/examples/ntpd.conf
:constraints from "https://www.google.com"
:ntpd: /var/db/ntpd.drift is empty
:Whats the problem here?
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