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Re: ntpd and crond question
If I may reply to all in one:
- the virtualisation technology is VMWare
- yes it is crond that shows up as consuming CPU time, not cron
- ktrace -p <pid> produces a huge amount of output very quickly.
Insofar as I can make sense of it, it appears to relate to name
service and to various rc and conf files in .etc
- tcpdump produces vast amounts of output, also mostly to do with name
I run a simple slave name server on this system (it's there as a
fallback machine for when we have problems with our main colo servers
in the UK, or when people say they have problems reaching us).
Steve Blinkhorn <steve%prd.co.uk@localhost>
> What VPS provider?
> Distance to peers is highly unlikely to be the issue, unless you are
> complaining about 10 ms jitter in achieved timekeeping.
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