[time-nuts] Net4501's cheap...
David J Taylor
david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk
Sat May 25 01:17:41 EDT 2013
Sure. I think my point is that I've seen this problem on both of my
units when powered by both a 5V2A wall adapter supply and a 5V.8A
supply. Since the problem has been reported by other people it's
sufficient for me to look to other solutions that don't have this
(admittedly minor) possibly configuration related flaw. Besides I got
them to run NTP and they're too jittery for my taste.
Just what devices were you hot-plugging to produce this problem? One with
an initial current surge outside the USB spec I could understand.
NTP performance on the three Raspberry Pi cards here can be of the same
order as FreeBSD running on an Intel Atom PC:
The RPi cards are all using very low cost GPS/PPS receivers with no external
antenna, and the FreeBSD box has an external roof-mounted GPS 18 LVC.
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