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Seagate Dockstar, current and clock
yesterday I got a Seagate Dockstar. I compiled a evbarm system from -current,
adapted the SHEEVAPLUG kernel according to some information I got from this
mailing list, installed and everything is working properly.
What I've seen is that even if I let ntpd daemon running, if there's a huge I/O
(like now, compiling some pkgsrc packages and the system is swapping on the
disk), the clock starts to lose time. It lost many seconds in 5 minutes.
More, here's the output of "ntpq -p":
remote refid st t when poll reach delay offset jitter
tucano.isti.cnr 188.8.131.52 2 u 11 64 377 24.536 4526.44 3506.33
gamma.rueckgr.a 184.108.40.206 3 u 4 64 377 43.405 2328.81 4766.73
sd-21102.dedibo 220.127.116.11 6 u 58 64 377 55.609 4616.32 2987.79
hermes.develer. 18.104.22.168 2 u 50 64 377 26.046 4989.88 3070.85
The jitter gets very high and, more, I can't see the "*" and the "+" near the
server names, so I think it's not getting in sync anymore.
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