Subject: Re: xntpd
To: None <email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Stephen J. Roznowski <email@example.com>
Date: 01/02/1996 17:13:18
> Jonathan Stone writes:
> > The issue I really wanted to address was the ntp_adjtime() syscall
> > which was *not* in the NetBSD kernel last time I looked, even as an
> > option. I guess I'm a time vulture. I find high-quality time
> > synchronization invaluable for performance measurement and tuning of
> > networking code.
> If you are refering to the "PLL in the kernel" stuff, if you can port
> it cleanly, why don't you do so and submit it for inclusion in the
> source tree? I agree it would be a win, though I don't remember how
> clean it is.
I've spoken to Dave Mill's about incorporating the kernel PPL stuff,
and he has no problem with this occuring (I spoke to him Dec 94)
I've incorporated this syscall around then (pre 1.0), and would be willing
to look at what is required for this under -current.