} I'm having the following problem under Solaris 2.5 with xntp. The latest
} xntp release will compile out, you just need to change references to the
} kernel from /kernel/unix to /kernel/genunix.
} The problem I'm having is when I try to run tickadj, I get
} % ./tickadj
} ./tickadj: read fails: Bad address
} Apparently, the tick parameter has disappeared from this kernel. Anyone
} solve this problem?
The tickadj call in our rc2.d startup script must have been a hold over
from Solaris 2.1 days. It's no longer needed now, but didn't break until
Solaris 2.5. Here is a concise answer ....
From: "Andy Gay (3272)" <email@example.com>:
You don't need tickadj on Solaris. Use "set dosynctodr=0" in to /etc/system.
Read the notes in hints/solaris, I use the script in there (without the tickadj line) to start xntpd on my 2.5 systems. Works fine.
Just ask if you need more help.
Thanks also to ...
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Anthony Clarke) From: email@example.com (Ernie Chan)
and my sincere apologies to the fine fellow from Sun. I don't know how I could have missed the fact that tick disappeared in the 2.3 kernel. Silly me.
-- Earl E. Zmijewski -- Unix Systems Administrator, Fluent Inc. Centerra Resource Park; 10 Cavendish Court; Lebanon, NH 03766-1442 eez@Fluent.COM http://www.Fluent.COM firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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