Re: ntpdate from cron -- DON'T DO THAT!
At 2002-12-28T15:08:38Z, Laura Conrad <email@example.com> writes:
> No, anyone who sells disk space should have a time server. I don't care
> whether my time is exactly in sync with the ISP who provides my internet
> connection, but I want to have the same time as the webserver provider who
> serve my webpage, because rsync uses that time.
Seeing that both of those entities *should* be nearly synchronized to the
time standards (within a few milliseconds, at least), I agree that you
should be able to sync against your ISP's timeserver.
In Googlis non est, ergo non est.