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Gary E. Miller gem at rellim.com
Thu Mar 22 06:25:05 UTC 2018

Yo Hal!

On Wed, 21 Mar 2018 20:06:06 -0700
Hal Murray <hmurray at megapathdsl.net> wrote:

> > Here is the log:  
> > 12-21T17:28:40 ntpd[6085]: PROTO: 0017 07 panic_stop
> > +579076096 s; set clock manually within 1000 s. 12-21T17:28:40
> > ntpd[6085]: CLOCK: Panic: offset too big: 579076096.001  
> You only get one big jump with -g.  Was there another jump earlier?

I'm thinking there were two jumps in the first little bit.  Maybe 60

First ntpd decided to listen to my bad PPS, which was similar to
the system time.  Then it saw a cluster of servers that disagreed, and

> I looked at the code, but didn't see anything fishy.  It works for me:
> 20 Mar 20:02:44 ntpd[25548]: PROTO: c41c 0c clock_step 
> +126316924.010938 s
> 21 Mar 20:04:48 ntpd[25548]: CLOCK: time stepped by 126316924.010938

Do you have a GPS clock that is prefer?  Did you set the time to 2134,
restart gpsd so it is in the wrong epoch?  Then start ntpd?  very
repeatable for me.  Even on diffeeent NTPsc versions.

> What options did you use for waf configure?

    rm -R build
    mkdir build
    cd build
    make && make install

Same as always.

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