> Fixed, I think.  I don't have a *BSD test system.

Seems happy.  Thanks.

> But in ntpd, the ntp_adjtime() calls never touch the time member.  The minor
> mistake I made in introducing ntp_adjtime_ns() was to try to scale the
> Linux-specific time member as though it exists portably and ntpd uses it.
> Neither is the case.  When ntpd needs to bump time (as opposed to changing
> the tick rate to slew it) it calls adjtime(2), which may call adjtimex()
> under the covers. 

For your collection... :)

OpenBSD has an adjfreq similar to adjtime.

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