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Un-parsable error in ntp.log

By sperez ·
The following is what is written to my ntp.log
file when ntpd starts:

ntpd[9890]: signal_no_reset: signal 13 had flags
4000000
ntpd[9890]: precision = 21 usec
ntpd[9890]: kernel time discipline status 0040
ntpd[9890]: Un-parsable frequencyin
etc/ntp/drift

Any ideas on how I can correct this problem?

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by sperez In reply to Un-parsable error in ntp. ...

Point value changed by question poster.

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by bg4 In reply to Un-parsable error in ntp. ...

My suggestion is to delete the file "drift" and then restart the system. This will cause the daemon to recalculate the drift frequency. (This recalculation could take uo to an hour). Hopefully a more reasonable drift frequency will be obtained this time.

Hope this helps.

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by sperez In reply to Un-parsable error in ntp. ...

Still not getting the time from our ntp server

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