[time-nuts] Comparing the BeagleBone Black & Raspberry Pi asNTP servers
David J Taylor
david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk
Thu Mar 26 04:10:45 EDT 2015
From: Hal Murray
david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk said:
> Perhaps because NTP sees the offset in both send and receive packets and
> therefore, like any other network delay, it is subtracted out.
The description of the change was to remove a delay on the receive side.
There was no mention of a change on the send side. So I was expecting a
change in the symmetry. (I don't know if it would make things better or
worse, but something should change.)
Yes, I see what you mean. I will be updating the report in the next few
days so we can see what the change is. At the moment, it seems that the
mean offset has changed from +0.044 ms to -0.037 ms.
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