Now an NTP Pool Server

2007-08-22 20:39 - Tech

For some time, I've made use of the pool.ntp.org servers to maintain the clock on my linux machines. It's really handy. I finally took the time to set up my main public server as an NTP server, and once I had it all working, I joined the pool. It's a nifty little system, you can even see some charts about my performance online through their system. If you're really that interested, feel free to sync up with "time.arantius.com". Though, of course, just asking the pool would be best!

It seems that, at this point in time, I'm handling 500 requests per minute. I don't know if that's a lot or a little, but I'm happy to be giving back!

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