Hello, I am running a software on a Linux machine, I am synchronizing time via default ntpd configurations available in Linux (/etc/ntp.conf). I am connecting to the customer NTP server. Now i was requested to tell which synchronization type is used on my machine (Frequency Synchronization/ Time Synchronization or Time-of-day Synchronization) Now after some googling it seems there is two types for NTP synchronization: 1- Phase Synchronization. 2- Frequency Synchronization. But how can I decide which of them is used by Linux? I am already connected the customer NTP server and they told that their NTP doesn't support Time Synchronization, …

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I am using an Arduino to prototype a project in which the real time is important. My device has a real time clock and internet access. I have some NTP code I can use to get the current time in GMT and I can apply an offset for the timezone the device is in, so I can set the RTC accurately enough. What I am unclear about is whether summer time applies. How can I know that from within my code?

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Hi, I'm developing with a BeagleBoard Black (BBB) under Ubuntu using C. When the BBB is powered on I'm doing many time controlled tasks. My problem happens when NTP changes the clock and all my counters are not valid. Normally BBB starts with no date/time set, some seconds later (if internet connection is available) the NTP daemon changes the date/time and all my internal checks are unusable. I'm using time(). I need the real time when available to write logs and send data. But I need a time() function not dependent of current date/time to know (for example) how many …

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hello everyone i am getting problem while configuring ntp server in rhel6 when i write nptq -p output:- no association id's returned what should i do

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