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Time Synchronization using NTP
Topic Area:
Track: Open VMS
Topic: Networks
Type:  Breakout Session

Schedule:
11/11/99   10:00 AM     Duration: 60 Min.     Room: 5A

Presenter:
Daniel O'Reilly
Principal Engineer, Process Software Corporation  

Abstract:
Many systems need to keep an accurate clock. Clock drift can cause some operations to behave in an unpredictable fashion and cause odd behaviour on clustered systems if individual nodes drift too far from the correct time. This session will help you configure NTP so that your systems will keep a very accurate time based upon some of the worlds most accurate clocks.

Objectives:
Select and configure a system to keep accurate time with NTP
 
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Prerequisites for attendees:

Required Skill Level:
Introduction
For those entering a profession/changing technology base

                                                                                                                                                                           

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