Hi everyone,

I have been trying to figure this one out for a couple of days,  but no can

My clock on my bsd box currently 19 minutes ahead of the real world.

I have it set to query my w2k box as the time server.

I do have the ntpd running,

So I am not sure how to adjust I tried this 

milter# ntpdate -q
Looking for host and service ntp
host found : fci2003.fci
server, stratum 2, offset -1120.152027, delay 0.03365
13 Jul 14:30:19 ntpdate[79951]: step time server offset
-1120.152027 sec

But the longer the machine stays up  (142 days ) the more time the clock

Aside from rebooting ,  is there any way to fix this?

Jean-Paul Natola
Network Administrator
Information Technology
Family Care International
588 Broadway Suite 503
New York, NY 10012
Phone:212-941-5300 xt 36
Fax:  212-941-5563
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