Please see the recommended reading for new users linked in my signature.
This option is only available if the OS supports running the server without full root privileges.
Currently, this option is supported under Net BSD (configure with Normally, the time is slewed if the offset is less than the step threshold, which is 128 ms by default, and stepped if above the threshold.
/J----------chkconfig iptables offservice iptables stopntpq -p remote refid st t when poll reach delay offset jitter============================================================================== edge.1.202 2 u 46 64 1 26.084 -4.113 0.000 sd-28922.dedibo 188.8.131.52 2 u 45 64 1 27.986 -3.197 0.000 2.26 3 u 45 64 1 27.027 -11.179 0.000cat /etc/ntp/step-tickers # List of servers used for initial synchronization.0ntp.org1ntp.org2ntp.orggrep ^server /etc/server 0orgserver 1orgserver 2orgcat /etc/sysconfig/ntpdate # Options for ntpdate OPTIONS="-U ntp -s -b"# Set to 'yes' to sync hw clock after successful ntpdatecat /etc/sysconfig/ntpd# Drop root to id 'ntp:ntp' by default.
OPTIONS="-u ntp:ntp -p /var/run/-g"Welcome to the Cent OS fora.
So most likely the machine is not shut down clean and therefore the hardware clock is not set on shutdown. I thought the kernel would update the hardware clock each 11 minutes. Which process (and under which conditions) sets the status bits of the adjtimex -p output. - Server Fault So if the clock is 1 hr off, that may be too big and the kernel doesn't adjust it then...