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RE: short and short ntp question



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> -----Original Message-----
> Hi..I use ntpdate -u 10.10.10.10 commnad to
> synchronize the time on my linux box with the NTP
> server.  But can I assume that the client will remain
> treate 10.10.10.10 as the NTP server forever even
> after rebooting ??? Where is the setting write to ?
> and how can I verify
[aaron hirsch] 
Ntpdate is a one time synchronization.  It does not continue to operate in the background.  You would need to have the ntpd service run at startup in order for ntp to run across reboots.  The server you wanted to connect to would go in the ntp.conf file.

To verify what ntp is doing: ntpd -q queries time servers.

Aaron

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