[time-nuts] RPi NTP was Net4501's cheap...

Chris Albertson albertson.chris at gmail.com
Sat May 25 13:43:16 EDT 2013

Try replacing the gigabit switch with a 100BaseT switch. Interrupt
coalescence is sometimes used in gigabit interfaces.  It's like the
"buffering problem"  I think they do this because with the 10X faster
network the computer just can't handle an interrupt per packet.    You
have to try it because the problem is not 100% universal.

>  Since I'm still testing bits all four of my clocks are on the same
> gigabit switch so I don't expect to see simultaneous negative and positive
> offsets.


Chris Albertson
Redondo Beach, California

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