The Peer's stratum is less than the host's stratum

The Peer's stratum is less than the host's stratum

Post by nseawate » Sat, 22 Apr 2006 02:49:36


Since migrating to AD - our Internet tab in the time and date
properties have disappeared on our XP sp2 machines, I guess this is the
norm with AD and Windows.

When I log in into our Win Server 2003, the Internet Tab in Date and
Time properties have also disappeared. And, the time is currently not
the correct time in our servers. When I try to do a "net time
/setsntp:ntp.ourcompany.com" on a command prompt - i get a respond
prompt "The command completed successfully.". NOT. The time on the
server is still wrong.

How do I verify where and how ofter does the server sync up?

TIA
 
 
 

1. Peer's stratum is less than Host's stratum

2. Working out the stratum / what stratum is an NTP server on?


If you run an NTP server, your "syspeer" is the upstream time
server to which you are synchronized. Whatever their stratum is,
yours is theirs plus one. If they are Stratum 1, then you are
Stratum 2. If they are Stratum 5, then you are Stratum 6.

This race ends at 15 -- Stratum 16 is defined to be the
equivalent of completely unsynchronized.


If you read the official documentation (see
< http://www.yqcomputer.com/ ~mills/ntp/html/index.html>) and the FAQ
(see < http://www.yqcomputer.com/ ;), you should be able
to find the answer to this and other questions. You may also be
interested in the Community Supported documentation provided as a
part of the NTP Public Services Project at
< http://www.yqcomputer.com/ ;.

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