what was up with ntp again?

Mihai Moldovan ionic at macports.org
Mon Mar 23 09:25:24 PDT 2015

On 23.03.2015 02:31 PM, Brandon Allbery wrote:
> (If your clock still drifts after that, file a radar with Apple.
> Replacing Apple's ntpd with a full one is probably not the best of
> ideas, although it can be done if needed. But full ntpd is not
> actually suitable for anything but certain scientific applications
> that require nanosecond accuracy; you pay quite a bit in CPU and power
> for that accuracy, and there are very few applications that require
> more than millisecond clock accuracy. One wonders how much better
> Linux etc. would perform if they didn't use full ntpd.)

<rant>Pretty good, if they use my favorite time keeping daemon

For reference: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/ChronyDefaultNTP


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