Yes, it does.

On Sat, Nov 15, 2014 at 3:15 AM, Rick Jones <> wrote:

> On 11/14/2014 04:01 PM, Dmitry Borodaenko wrote:
>> If NTP server is not reachable on the first boot of the master node,
>> it should be disabled by bootstrap_admin_node, that eliminates the
>> possibility of it spontaneously coming to life and changing the clock
>> for fuel master node and all target nodes in the middle of a
>> deployment. Then all Nailgun needs to do is pop a warning notification
>> that no NTP server is configured on the master node, and it should be
>> fixed manually before starting any deployments. No need to block
>> deployment altogether: if the user doesn't need need global time at
>> all (e.g. in an off-the-grid bunker 2 miles beneath Fort Knox),
>> synchronizing clocks on all environments just to the Fuel master will
>> still work.
> I thought NTP (well ntpd) had an option to tell it to only ever slew the
> clock, never step it?  Or is that only some implementations of NTP?
> rick jones
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