On -10/01/37 16:59, Pavel Vávra wrote: > DAEMON_OPTS="-f /etc/openntpd/ntpd.conf -s" > > Option -s can be subject to discussion, but -f is solution for all Debian-like distribution. > Hi Pavel! I'm supplying now "-f" parameter by default file. On the other hand, as you also mention, the -s parameter is a piece of a different pie. Unfortunately, setting OpenNTPd to behave like this can be extremely dangerous on systems which "time jumps" can lead to important/serious/unrecoverable data loses. For instance, some applications make use of internal timestamps meant for securing data lifetime or for integrity (like some DB engines [mysql is one of them AFAIK]). I'm afraid you'll have to set an override on this file for your system :-( Although I like the functionality, you may also agree that it can be too risky. Greetings, Dererk -- BOFH excuse #408: Computers under water due to SYN flooding.
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