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Re: ntp issue.



On 31/07/07, Andrew Bridgeman corusgroup com
<Andrew Bridgeman corusgroup com> wrote:
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> The ntp information is below. The Full IP address is show below just as
> "IP" for security reasons.
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> restrict default ignore
> restrict IP mask 255.255.255.255 nomodify notrap noquery
> restrict 127.0.0.1
> server IP
> fudge 127.127.1.0 stratum 10
> driftfile /var/lib/ntp/drift
> broadcastdelay 0.008
> authenticate yes
> keys /etc/ntp/keys
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> Let me know what you think?
>
> Regards
>
> Andrew Bridgeman
>
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> On 31/07/07, Andrew Bridgeman corusgroup com
> <Andrew Bridgeman corusgroup com> wrote:
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> > Hello All,
> > I have a strange issue at the moment with regards ntp
> > working incorrectly on 35 of our Redhat WS Version 3 Linux machines. I
> have
> > set them all up the same way so they use the IP of our Windows Cluster
> > machine I did this by adding the IP to the ntpservers file and the
> > tick-servers file. In addition edited the ntp.conf file to show the
> cluster
> > IP as well.
> >
> > What I seem to get is time differences on the machines within a day of
> > stopping and starting the ntpd service. For example I did this yesterday
> > and below shows all the machine times now ( 24 hours ) later, you will
> > notice there are 30 sec to a minute differences already and I bet with in
> > a week or a month they get even more out of sync. Has any body got any
> > ideas on what i can check or change to get this working correctly as
> > currently it is causing real issues when we run analysis jobs over night.
> >
> > Time on Machines
> > ==============
> > Tue Jul 31 10:38:46 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:38:48 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:38:47 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:38:48 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:38:48 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:00 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:04 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:04 BST 2007
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> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:05 BST 2007
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> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:06 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:38:58 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:38:59 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:38:59 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:00 BST 2007
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> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:04 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:04 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:04 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:05 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:05 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:05 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:07 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:07 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:07 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:08 BST 2007
> > Tue Jul 31 10:39:12 BST 2007
> >
> > Regards
> >
> > Andrew Bridgeman
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> What does your ntp config look like? (grep -v ^\# /etc/ntp.conf)
>
> Anything in the ntp log?
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Herta
>

Try putting your restrict clauses towards the bottom of the file.
Also verify that the drift file exists, and that it's owner and group
are set to ntp.  Also check syslog for ntp errors.
FWIIW, I usually find it easier to write ntp logs to an alternate log
file, which you can do by adding a clause such as this one:

logfile   /var/log/ntp          # alternate log file

Kind regards,

Herta



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