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xntpd

UCI
Occasional Contributor

xntpd

Hi,

On a HP/UX 11.00 machine, I want to start xntpd. When I do ntpq -p I get the following output:
ntpq: read: Can't assign requested address

When I do a ping to the destination, I got a reply.
(ntpq version 3.5f: Fri Dec 10 18:29:01 GMT 1999 PHNE_19711eply.)

Anyone??
3 REPLIES
Berlene Herren
Honored Contributor

Re: xntpd

Do you have a third-party Y2K testing product, Time Machine?
SolutionSoft (Time Machine vendor) has identified the problem,
and are releasing a new version of their product to resolve the issue.

In the meantime, turn Time Machine 'off', and ntp will exhibit the
expected behavior.

Berlene
http://www.mindspring.com/~bkherren/dobes/index.htm
James Odak
Valued Contributor

Re: xntpd

i've been asking sort of the same thing on here too
here is what i got to work
edit you ntp.conf
start ntp
/sbin/init.d/xntpd start

the messages sound like it isnt started

also i think starting it with sam is not the same as starting it manualy
Andreas Voss
Honored Contributor

Re: xntpd

Hi,

in the past i gave you an answer at
http://forums.itrc.hp.com/cm/QuestionAnswer/1,1150,0xa1607e990647d4118fee0090279cd0f9,00.html but you have not assigned any points, so was my reply not usefull for you ?

Greetings