> Poking around, I see that some of my servers are not responding. Things are happy again.
I think I've figured it out, but I don't have a smoking gun, a clean fix, or a reproducible test case. I think the problem was that I have servers setup to depend on each other. Several have good refclocks. As long as most of them are working, everybody is happy. But if I restart too many of them quickly enough there aren't enough working systems to get started. I haven't had a power fail in many months, so that hasn't tested anything. I don't remember any problems getting going after the last one. I assume I "fixed" a config file or something. -------- Now I have to go figure out the minimal set of external servers I can depend upon. I have a slow DSL line that is a good bufferbloat demo so I'd like the answer to be null. But I don't trust any single refclock or driver. There should be something describing this case in our documentation, but I don't remember seeing it. -- These are my opinions. I hate spam. _______________________________________________ devel mailing list email@example.com http://lists.ntpsec.org/mailman/listinfo/devel