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  1. logs or stats showing when NTP made changes to the local clock

    Can ntpd be made to log this? Can I infer it from the stats? I am particularly interested in step corrections.

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    Joe Harvell

  2. Re: logs or stats showing when NTP made changes to the local clock

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    Joe Harvell writes:
    >Can ntpd be made to log this? Can I infer it from the stats?
    > I am particularly interested in step corrections.


    Step corrections are logged. Look for things like this:
    10 Aug 02:52:13 ntpd[666]: time reset +0.298010 s
    They will be in your syslog or the logfile you setup
    in your ntp.conf.

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  3. Re: logs or stats showing when NTP made changes to the local clock

    step corrections are also logged to the wtmp file.

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