Re: packet: pad header 020 / Leap not in sync

Maarten Wiltink wrote:
"Folkert van Heusden" <folkert@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message

My ntpd won't sync.
- windows 2003 server as ntp server
- vmware esx 3.0.2 server as ntp client

Virtual machines are best left unsynchronised. The host will
take care of it. This is really the best solution; if you
think SpeedStep is bad, try not to imagine five VMs fighting
for cycles.

Maarten Wiltink

In the case of VMWare ESX we found it best to let VMWare take care of the clock. This was three or more years ago and may not still hold true!


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