Hi,

The clock is Sync'd though, it should *stay* correct, right? So there is a bug?


On Mon, 30 May 2011 09:39:06 +0100, Vincent Hoffman wrote:
Try running ntpd rather than one off ntpdate?
I have plenty of physical machines that need this anyway.


Vince

On 30/05/2011 05:41, Alex wrote:
Hi Guys,

Running 8.2-RELEASE/amd64 as the operating system on my VPS.

Every couple of weeks I am finding myself having to log in and resync
the clock as it's drifted (I am in Au (GMT+10)).


Today again:

----------------------------

srv# date
Mon May 30 14:21:16 EST 2011

srv# /etc/rc.d/ntpdate start
Setting date via ntp.
30 May 14:37:41 ntpdate[8207]: step time server 203.171.85.237 offset
958.736122 sec

srv# date
Mon May 30 14:37:43 EST 2011

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Is there any fix for this?

Thanks, Alex.

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