Subject: Re: async I/O
To: Tom I Helbekkmo <email@example.com>
From: Jan-Hinrich Fessel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/04/1996 10:11:30
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In message <960903194332.28770A@barsoom.Hamartun.Priv.NO>you write:
> On Tue, 3 Sep 1996, Jan-Hinrich Fessel wrote:
> > I still wonder if anyone has gotten a parse refclock running under NetBSD
> Here's what I wrote the last time you wondered... :-)
> | #define USE_FSETOWNCTTY
Sorry, I thought NetBSD was already integrated into the tree.
But, as it seems, thogh there are some dependencies on SYS_NETBSD being
defined, it seems to be defined nowhere. And in ntp_machine.h there is only a
conditional that defines USE_FSETOWNCTTY if SYS_BSDI is defined.
In short, I did know where to look but thought it was not neccessary.
In fact, this wasn't my problem at all, for after changing he relevant files,
i get the familiar message:
Sep 4 08:58:46 zippo.unna.ping.de xntpd: ioctl(TIOCSCTTY, 0) fails for
clock I/O: Operation not permitted
That is produced, when i start xntpd -d. Now, if I start it without
debugging, it seems to work:
remote local st poll reach delay offset disp
LOCAL(0) 127.0.0.1 3 64 377 0.00000 0.000000 0.01001
*GENERIC(1) 127.0.0.1 0 64 377 0.00000 -145.6174 0.00145
> ...and here's part of Torsten Duwe's followup to that:
I think, that needs to be fixed in some future release :)
Tragbar ist, was nicht herunterfaellt.
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