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NTP sync lost

Avinash Agarkar
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NTP sync lost

[root@:/sbin/init.d]\# ntpq -p

     remote           refid     st t when poll reach   delay   offset   disp

==============================================================================

.unix.g .gsm190 3 u   1   64   17     3.83 434.959 1984.09

.gsm190 -time-serve 2 u   1   64   17     3.83 434.882 1984.07

 

synchronization is getting lost after some point of time.

 

 [root@1:/root]\# grep -i ntp /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log
Sep  9 10:50:00 xntpd[21632]: tickadj = 625, tick = 10000, tvu_maxslew = 61875
Sep  9 10:50:00 xntpd[21632]: precision = 9 usec
Sep  9 10:55:54 xntpd[21632]: synchronized to 10.xxx.xxx.xxstratum=3
Sep  9 10:55:58 xntpd[21632]: time reset (step) 3.739472 s
Sep  9 10:55:58 xntpd[21632]: synchronisation lost
Sep  9 11:01:53 xntpd[21632]: synchronized to 206.xxx.xxx.xxxx, stratum=2
Sep  9 11:01:54 xntpd[21632]: time reset (step) 0.435575 s
Sep  9 11:01:54 xntpd[21632]: synchronisation lost
Sep  9 11:07:43 xntpd[21632]: synchronized to 10.xxx.xxx.xxstratum=3
Sep  9 11:07:43 xntpd[21632]: time reset (step) 0.428751 s
Sep  9 11:07:43 xntpd[21632]: synchronisation lost
Sep  9 11:13:07 xntpd[26101]: tickadj = 625, tick = 10000, tvu_maxslew = 61875
Sep  9 11:13:07 xntpd[26101]: precision = 11 usec
Sep  9 11:19:01 xntpd[26101]: synchronized to 10.xxx.xxx.xxstratum=3
Sep  9 11:19:02 xntpd[26101]: time reset (step) 0.838001 s
Sep  9 11:19:02 xntpd[26101]: synchronisation lost
Sep  9 11:21:10 xntpd[27188]: tickadj = 625, tick = 10000, tvu_maxslew = 61875
Sep  9 11:21:10 xntpd[27188]: precision = 6 usec
Sep  9 11:22:28 sshd[27404]: do_exec_no_pty: command = ntpq -p
Sep  9 11:27:04 xntpd[27188]: synchronized to 10.xxx.xxx.xxstratum=3
Sep  9 11:27:04 xntpd[27188]: time reset (step) 0.593589 s
Sep  9 11:27:04 xntpd[27188]: synchronisation lost
Sep  9 11:33:25 xntpd[27188]: synchronized to 206.xxx.xxx.xxxx, stratum=2
Sep  9 11:33:26 xntpd[27188]: time reset (step) 0.467401 s
Sep  9 11:33:26 xntpd[27188]: synchronisation lost
Sep  9 11:38:49 xntpd[27188]: synchronized to 10.xxx.xxx.xxstratum=3
Sep  9 11:38:49 xntpd[27188]: time reset (step) 0.395673 s
Sep  9 11:38:49 xntpd[27188]: synchronisation lost

 

P.S. This thread has been moved from HP-UX>General to HP-UX > networking. -HP Forum Moderator

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2 REPLIES
Stan_M
HPE Pro

Re: NTP sync lost

What's the model of HW?

I work for HPE
Avinash Agarkar
Valued Contributor

Re: NTP sync lost

sorry for the late response it is "  ia64 hp Superdome2 16s "

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