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loop filter offset for version 4.2.8p4

Hi all,
  I'm interested in getting the offset from the "ntpdc -c loopinfo" command=
..  I know this is possible with version 4.2.4, but after I have upgraded to=
 version 4.2.8p4 this command no longer works.  Anyone know of an equivalen=
t command or work around?  Thanks in advance.

Output from a 4.2.4p8 system.
$ ntpdc -c loopinfo
offset:               -0.000001 s
frequency:            42.741 ppm
poll adjust:          30
watchdog timer:       46 s


Output from a 4.2.8p4 system.
# ntpdc -c loopinfo
localhost: timed out, nothing received
***Request timed out

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jchungsta@gmail.com wrote:
> Hi all,
>   I'm interested in getting the offset from the "ntpdc -c loopinfo" command.  I know this is possible with version 4.2.4, but after I have upgraded to version 4.2.8p4 this command no longer works.  Anyone know of an equivalent command or work around?  Thanks in advance.
> 
> Output from a 4.2.4p8 system.
> $ ntpdc -c loopinfo
> offset:               -0.000001 s
> frequency:            42.741 ppm
> poll adjust:          30
> watchdog timer:       46 s
> 
> 
> Output from a 4.2.8p4 system.
> # ntpdc -c loopinfo
> localhost: timed out, nothing received
> ***Request timed out
> 


Hi

ntpdc has been deprecated since ?????

from ntpd 4.3.93 on one of my pcs: ntpq -crv | grep offset
mintc=5, offset=0.086684, frequency=7.066, sys_jitter=0.439126,

try "man ntpq" to give all the options

David
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David
12/9/2016 12:49:44 AM
On Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 8:37:03 PM UTC-5, David Lord wrote:
> jchungsta@gmail.com wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >   I'm interested in getting the offset from the "ntpdc -c loopinfo" com=
mand.  I know this is possible with version 4.2.4, but after I have upgrade=
d to version 4.2.8p4 this command no longer works.  Anyone know of an equiv=
alent command or work around?  Thanks in advance.
> >=20
> > Output from a 4.2.4p8 system.
> > $ ntpdc -c loopinfo
> > offset:               -0.000001 s
> > frequency:            42.741 ppm
> > poll adjust:          30
> > watchdog timer:       46 s
> >=20
> >=20
> > Output from a 4.2.8p4 system.
> > # ntpdc -c loopinfo
> > localhost: timed out, nothing received
> > ***Request timed out
> >=20
>=20
>=20
> Hi
>=20
> ntpdc has been deprecated since ?????
>=20
> from ntpd 4.3.93 on one of my pcs: ntpq -crv | grep offset
> mintc=3D5, offset=3D0.086684, frequency=3D7.066, sys_jitter=3D0.439126,
>=20
> try "man ntpq" to give all the options
>=20
> David

Thank you David!  The command works great!
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Jeffrey
12/9/2016 3:29:48 PM
Le 09/12/2016 � 01:49, David Lord a �crit :
> jchungsta@gmail.com wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>   I'm interested in getting the offset from the "ntpdc -c loopinfo"
>> command.  I know this is possible with version 4.2.4, but after I have
>> upgraded to version 4.2.8p4 this command no longer works.  Anyone know
>> of an equivalent command or work around?  Thanks in advance.
>>
>> Output from a 4.2.4p8 system.
>> $ ntpdc -c loopinfo
>> offset:               -0.000001 s
>> frequency:            42.741 ppm
>> poll adjust:          30
>> watchdog timer:       46 s
>>
>>
>> Output from a 4.2.8p4 system.
>> # ntpdc -c loopinfo
>> localhost: timed out, nothing received
>> ***Request timed out
>>
> 
> 
> Hi
> 
> ntpdc has been deprecated since ?????
> 
> from ntpd 4.3.93 on one of my pcs: ntpq -crv | grep offset
> mintc=5, offset=0.086684, frequency=7.066, sys_jitter=0.439126,
> 
> try "man ntpq" to give all the options
> 
> David

I agree, the "poll adjust" field seems missing using ntpq

Edrusb

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Edrusb
12/9/2016 8:06:20 PM
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