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Re: Fedora 7: a problem with ntp ?



On Saturday 08 September 2007, Andy Green wrote:
>Somebody in the thread at some point said:
>>>> 128.439  -3332.9 1608.39 [root frontend_light ~]# ntpstat
>>>> unsynchronised
>>>>  time server re-starting
>
>Is ntpd running after this?
>
># ps -Af | grep ntpd
>
>>> And why is it restarting?  I don't know the answer there, but someplace
>>> in a log, there should be a clue.
>>
>> I don't know either... Above I provided all the logs regarding ntpd.
>> There's nothing special, really... It's almost the same as on my
>> Fedora Core 6 machine, except that ntp here is not getting synced...
>
>I guess I would strace ntpd, then.  If it was selinux, you'd be seeing
>avc messages in your /var/log/messages anyway.

I did not see any avc msgs in my logs at the time I installed F7 on my lappy. 
IIRC I had to strace it myself to see that, but the message I saw in the 
strace output never made it to the logs.

># service ntpd stop
># strace -f ntpd -u ntp:ntp -p /var/run/ntpd.pid -g
>
>-Andy



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