martes, 1 de diciembre de 2009

The ntpdate program is deprecated

The ntpdate program is deprecated and should not be used any more. To
quote the upstream ntp developers:

"The functionality ntpdate offered is now provided by the ntpd daemon
itself. If you call ntpd with the command line option -q it will
retrieve the current time and set it accordingly."

Please check the Network Time Protocol (NTP) daemon man page and
for further information.

You can replace the ntpdate call with "rcntp ntptimeset" to achieve an
inital poll of the servers specified in /etc/ntp.conf.

The program /usr/sbin/sntp offers comparable functionality to ntpdate.
sntp -P no -r
is equivalent to

For further details please refer to the man page of sntp.

sntp -P no -r

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