Which means that you changed your kernel.
Your new kernel may require one or more of various command-line options
to allow ntpd to work with it.
Or you may need to re-compile your kernel with a lower HZ value.
Or you may need to recalibrate your tick.
One procedure for recalibrating your tick is documented at
This topic contains links to other methods of adjusting your tick.
Steve Kostecke < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
NTP Public Services Project - http://www.yqcomputer.com/