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Changes between Initial Version and Version 3 of Ticket #3466


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03/02/09 08:46:02 (5 years ago)
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  • Ticket #3466 – Description

    initial v3  
    1 I have running Debian and CentOS on my VirtualBox (MacBook, 32-bit, MacOS 10.5), both 32-bit and 64-bit versions, and noticed that ntpd works fine on 32-bit guests and fails to find time sources on 64-bit. Probably it happens on all Linux systems. Example of ntpd debug output (CentOS x86_64): 
    2  
    3 [root@build-centos-x86-64 ~]# ntpd -gdq 
    4 ntpd 4.2.2p1@1.1570-o Tue Jun 10 00:07:14 UTC 2008 (1) 
    5 addto_syslog: precision = 18.000 usec 
    6 create_sockets(123) 
    7 addto_syslog: ntp_io: estimated max descriptors: 1024, initial socket boundary: 16 
    8 bind() fd 16, family 2, port 123, addr 0.0.0.0, flags=9 
    9 Added addr 0.0.0.0 to list of addresses 
    10 addto_syslog: Listening on interface wildcard, 0.0.0.0#123 Disabled 
    11 bind() fd 17, family 10, port 123, addr ::, flags=1 
    12 Added addr :: to list of addresses 
    13 addto_syslog: Listening on interface wildcard, ::#123 Disabled 
    14 bind() fd 18, family 10, port 123, addr ::1, flags=1 
    15 Added addr ::1 to list of addresses 
    16 addto_syslog: Listening on interface lo, ::1#123 Enabled 
    17 bind() fd 19, family 10, port 123, addr fe80::a00:27ff:fe15:1ad7, flags=1 
    18 Added addr fe80::a00:27ff:fe15:1ad7 to list of addresses 
    19 addto_syslog: Listening on interface eth0, fe80::a00:27ff:fe15:1ad7#123 Enabled 
    20 bind() fd 20, family 2, port 123, addr 127.0.0.1, flags=5 
    21 Added addr 127.0.0.1 to list of addresses 
    22 addto_syslog: Listening on interface lo, 127.0.0.1#123 Enabled 
    23 bind() fd 21, family 2, port 123, addr 10.0.2.15, flags=25 
    24 Added addr 10.0.2.15 to list of addresses 
    25 addto_syslog: Listening on interface eth0, 10.0.2.15#123 Enabled 
    26 init_io: maxactivefd 21 
    27 local_clock: time 0 base 0.000000 offset 0.000000 freq 0.000 state 0 
    28 key_expire: at 0 
    29 peer_clear: at 0 next 1 assoc ID 56085 refid INIT 
    30 newpeer: 10.0.2.15->131.107.13.100 mode 3 vers 4 poll 6 10 flags 0x201 0x1 ttl 0 key 00000000 
    31 addto_syslog: frequency initialized 0.000 PPM from /var/lib/ntp/drift 
    32 local_clock: time 0 base 0.000000 offset 0.000000 freq 0.000 state 1 
    33 report_event: system event 'event_restart' (0x01) status 'sync_alarm, sync_unspec, 1 event, event_unspec' (0xc010) 
    34 transmit: at 1 10.0.2.15->131.107.13.100 mode 3 
    35 auth_agekeys: at 1 keys 1 expired 0 
    36 timer: refresh ts 0 
    37 receive: at 1 10.0.2.15<-131.107.13.100 mode 4 code 1 auth 0 
    38 peer 131.107.13.100 event 'event_reach' (0x84) status 'unreach, conf, 1 event, event_reach' (0x8014) 
    39 clock_filter: n 1 off -12576.390214 del 0.433238 dsp 7.937511 jit 0.000015, age 0 
    40 transmit: at 3 10.0.2.15->131.107.13.100 mode 3 
    41 receive: at 3 10.0.2.15<-131.107.13.100 mode 4 code 1 auth 0 
    42 clock_filter: n 2 off -12577.337821 del 0.342102 dsp 3.937523 jit 0.947607, age 0 
    43 transmit: at 5 10.0.2.15->131.107.13.100 mode 3 
    44 receive: at 5 10.0.2.15<-131.107.13.100 mode 4 code 1 auth 0 
    45 clock_filter: n 3 off -12577.337821 del 0.342102 dsp 1.937549 jit 1.116242, age 2 
    46 transmit: at 7 10.0.2.15->131.107.13.100 mode 3 
    47 receive: at 7 10.0.2.15<-131.107.13.100 mode 4 code 1 auth 0 
    48 clock_filter: n 4 off -12577.337821 del 0.342102 dsp 0.937575 jit 1.545261, age 4 
    49 transmit: at 9 10.0.2.15->131.107.13.100 mode 3 
    50 receive: at 9 10.0.2.15<-131.107.13.100 mode 4 code 1 auth 0 
    51 clock_filter: n 5 off -12577.337821 del 0.342102 dsp 0.437600 jit 2.026474, age 6 
    52 transmit: at 11 10.0.2.15->131.107.13.100 mode 3 
    53 transmit: at 13 10.0.2.15->131.107.13.100 mode 3 
    54 transmit: at 15 10.0.2.15->131.107.13.100 mode 3 
    55 addto_syslog: no reply; clock not set 
     1I have running Debian and CentOS on my VirtualBox (MacBook, 32-bit, MacOS 10.5), both 32-bit and 64-bit versions, and noticed that ntpd works fine on 32-bit guests and fails to find time sources on 64-bit. Probably it happens on all Linux systems. 

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