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anybody configure NTP on solaris machine?

In article <5lr670$3b6$1@nntp02.primenet.com>,
Manoj Achrekar <manoj@primenet.com> wrote:
>server /etc/ntp.conf file:
>
>driftfile /etc/ntp.drift

You haven't told it where to get the time from.  This is reflected in
the `stratum 16' output from ntpdate.

If you're connected to the Internet, find some suitable public
timeservers, such as ntp[012].pipex.net.  If not, add these lines, which
will tell the machine to believe its own clock.

    server 127.127.1.0
    fudge 127.127.1.0 stratum 10

Tim.
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Tim Goodwin | "I'm a west coast kinda guy, I'm not even sure
UUNET, UK   | where Washington is.. :-)" -- Jordan Hubbard

Original headers:

From: tim@pipex.net (Tim Goodwin)
Newsgroups: comp.protocols.time.ntp
Subject: Re: anybody configure NTP on solaris machine?
Date: 20 May 1997 10:55:23 GMT
Organization: UUNET, Cambridge, UK.
Message-ID: <5lrvur$egi@tube.news.pipex.net>
References: <5lr670$3b6$1@nntp02.primenet.com>

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◅ can I run ntp just to coordinate the time between machines?

msntp-1.4 bails out under Linux ▻