Re: ntpdate from cron -- DON'T DO THAT!
On Sat, Dec 21, 2002 at 07:01:41PM -0600, John Hasler wrote:
> N. Thomas writes:
> > Why don't you just run ntpd on the one machine that talks to the higher
> > stratum servers and use ntpdate for your internal network?
> And that higher stratum server should be that of your ISP, if possible.
> IMHO all ISPs should make time servers available to their customers.
A good indicator of clue at your ISP is the answer you get when you
ask them the address of their public timeserver.
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