[time-nuts] Beaglebone NTP server

Frister frister at gmx.net
Tue Dec 9 14:45:29 EST 2014

Hi David,
Yes, You mean the hourly dips? That is caused by the the VLF receive
software that
is running on the same PI. It makes hourly recordings of DC to 24 Khz
with a USB soundcard. The CPU is running at max capacity most of the

Perhaps it is now time for a dedicated PI, that only has the task of
playing Stratum One.

If anyone is interested:

73, Frits W1FVB

On 12/9/14, David J Taylor <david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
> Thanks for pointing this out David,
> Compiling an new kernel was holding me back. I followed your instructions
> and
> everything works beautiful. The PI that is running the PPS timekeeping with
> is serving as a VLF receiver as well. Taxing the poor CPU, but with
> kernel PPS support
> the NTP daemon has become way happier! (see attachment)
> 73, Frits W1FVB
> ==============================================
> Oh, yes!  That's much better, Frits!  Delighted to have helped!
> (Although it now shows up an hourly periodicity - any idea what might be
> causing that?)
> 73,
> David GM8ARV
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