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getting different results

-- DanielKabs - 01 Feb 2006

  • frequency offset recorded using ntpq -c rv:
    frequency offset recorded using ntpq -c rv The frequency is converging to 268.3 PPM, this equals to 23.2 sec/d.

  • offset recorded through ntpd vars of assoc. peer.:
    offset recorded through ntpd vars of assoc. peer. Least-squares fit gives a slope of 23.7 sec/d.
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