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  1. #1
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    Question Time synchronization

    Might it be possible to run ntp time synchronization on this host? At this point, it looks like the server's time stamps are at least 6 minutes off.

    Sort of makes it rough to feed upon my WHT addiction with any sort of precision targeting.

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    It's only three minutes off now, so someone changed something.

    Whoa... when I submitted the message, it jumped back to 6 minutes off.

    Fun stuff....

  3. #3
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    Yes, I would like wht in sync

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    Originally posted by taz0
    Yes, I would like wht in sync
    Okay, but only if BC is the lead singer .

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    Speaking of things which ought to be dead... is there any way we can avoid having such undead threads rise after over a month?
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    I think this has been mentioned before...oh wait, I did :

    http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showth...threadid=37020

    I agree with cperciva

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    I've just come off daylight savings and a quick guess suggests by the time it starts back up again, WHT and I will be fairly close to showing the correct time.

    Really though, how hard is it too change the server time here?


    Lats...

  8. #8
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    Originally posted by cperciva
    Speaking of things which ought to be dead... is there any way we can avoid having such undead threads rise after over a month?
    Hey, it's like a garlic and onion pizza... it always tastes better the second time around.


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    Originally posted by uuallan


    Okay, but only if BC is the lead singer .
    Urgh, I may be a classically-trained muso, Allan, but I seriously can not sing!

    My thinking is that we'll let all daylight savings times pass before we sync the times - my part of the world just finished daylight saving last night, and I know some other countries are going into daylight savings over the next few weeks. So let's see what happens there. After that, it should be relatively easy to get Raj to change the time around.
    My 2 Cents.... (or is that 2.2 cents inc. GST...?)

    Have a think about this : Programming is like sex. Make a single little mistake, and you'll be supporting it for the rest of your life.

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    Originally posted by BC
    After that, it should be relatively easy to get Raj to change the time around.
    Just to drag this one back up again.

    WHT was previously ~7 minutes in front of my time, now it's ~67 minutes in front.

    Looks like an auto adjust has occurred.


    Lats...

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