Have a patch been issued? It might just be the time servers, but date is reporting 11:04:31 when it is 12:05.
NTP only deals with UTC (aka Universal Time). Your local box handles the pretty-print into local time (including daylight saving). Update your box, you're out of date. -- November, n.: The eleventh twelfth of a weariness. -- Ambrose Bierce, "The Devil's Dictionary"
It aint the time servers they report in UCT. Your timezone is wrong -Bob
I'm using the EST timezone (as reported in 'date') and yet I'm still an hour behind... much like you... NTPD is running and syncing up with pool.ntp.org. And in looking further Bob's right (as usual)... I'm not using the correct timezone setting. I had to change that to the 'correct' EST setting... zic -I EST5EDT Perhaps you need to do something similar? I got this from- http://archives.neohapsis.com/archives/openbsd/2005-08/0756.html danno -----Original Message----- From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Bob Beck Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2007 3:44 PM To: Bray Mailloux Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: Daylight savings fix with OpenNTPD It aint the time servers they report in UCT. Your timezone is wrong -Bob
If you set /etc/localtime to /usr/share/zoneinfo/US/Eastern, it'll automatically switch between EST and EDT.
The ntp protocol always works with UTC, no patch needed. Apart from that, this is a lousy report. No details on servers or client settings. -Otto
Yes there is an errata for this. You should install it. If you are in a bind and need something quick, and I don't recommend to do this instead of installing the patch, but it sure work and you can do: Download via anonymous ftp: elsie.nci.nih.gov/pub/tzdata2007d.tar.gz Note the file above change 4 times so far with updates every few days, or week, so if you don't see this one, then check for the next version as they become available. tzdata2007e.tar.gz. The above one was just release updated as of today. Then continue with: tar -xzf tzdata2007d.tar.gz If you need the North America changes only as an example: zic -d zoneinfo northamerica This create the zoneinfo directory cd zoneinfo cp -r * /usr/share/zoneinfo/ So, this works and it is quick, but use at your own risk. It work, but that shouldn't stop you from doing the proper patch however. I did this as all the servers will be wipe out anyway in just a few weeks when the 4.1 is release, or sooner when my CD comes in the mail. Hope this help some. Daniel PS; This doesn't patch all the zone for everyone, just what I needed, so choose wisely, or better yet, use the real patch and do it right.
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