At 10:28 AM 3/10/2008, Robert Huff wrote:
Derek Ragona writes:
> > > Have you checked the ntpd log file for errors, and verified it is
> > > running. Often ntpd won't reset the time if the delta is too
> > > large, and you have to stop ntpd and run ntpdate instead, then
> > > start ntpd.
> > I genuflect in your direction, sir. That did it.
> Glad I could help.
However, now I'm curious - isn't this going to be a recurring
problem (admittedly only twice a year) for the non-trivial number of
machines that do run ntpd for various reasons?
Shouldn't be a recurring problem but it can depend on what version of
FreeBSD you are running. I've had no problem with 6.X and 7.X updating
automatically this weekend.
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