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Old 08-04-2004, 02:04 PM   #1
jerryvapps
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Distribution: RedHat 7.2
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NTP cannot work with timeserver, NTP-d can


I have Redhat Linux 7.2 using ntp-4.1.0-2
If I run

#ntpdate timex.cs.columbia.edu (or any other server i can find)

response is:

28 Jul 15:18:27 ntpdate[14743]: no server suitable for synchronization found

If I run

#ntpdate -d timex.cs.columbia.edu

response is:

28 Jul 15:19:30 ntpdate[14744]: ntpdate 4.1.0 Wed Sep 5 06:54:31 EDT 2001 (1)
transmit(128.59.16.20)
receive(128.59.16.20)
transmit(128.59.16.20)
receive(128.59.16.20)
transmit(128.59.16.20)
receive(128.59.16.20)
transmit(128.59.16.20)
receive(128.59.16.20)
transmit(128.59.16.20)
server 128.59.16.20, port 123
stratum 2, precision -18, leap 00, trust 000
refid [204.123.2.5], delay 0.02782, dispersion 0.00006
transmitted 4, in filter 4
reference time: c4b278ac.9883126e Wed, Jul 28 2004 15:10:36.595
originate timestamp: c4b27ac3.3dd85165 Wed, Jul 28 2004 15:19:31.241
transmit timestamp: c4b27ac3.04435efa Wed, Jul 28 2004 15:19:31.016
filter delay: 0.02782 0.02782 0.02795 0.02817
0.00000 0.00000 0.00000 0.00000
filter offset: 0.223599 0.223495 0.223515 0.223618
0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000
delay 0.02782, dispersion 0.00006
offset 0.223599

28 Jul 15:19:31 ntpdate[14744]: adjust time server 128.59.16.20 offset 0.223599 sec
***********************************
Also: ntpdate -u returns successfully.
Also: I am able to enable ntp service from windows2000 server and cisco routers right next to linux box (same isp, subnet, etc) to same time servers.

I am looking for how to either get ntp to work or figure out how to start ntp daemon service with the equivalent of -u

TIA
Jerry
 
  


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