[time-nuts] Leap Second Smear Monitoring
artgodwin at gmail.com
Sun Jan 1 09:42:07 EST 2017
What's the best way to get a test stream for leap seconds?
Would it be feasible to have a small set of NTP servers that insert a leap
second every other day and remove it alternately?
On 31 Dec 2016 8:41 p.m., "Magnus Danielson" <magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org>
> Thought I just remind people that an alternative is to provide UT1 time,
> as Judah Levine had been doing on a NIST NTP server as a test of concept.
> Then again, do regular testing of systems to see how they handle leap
> seconds and fix things until it works is also a quite workable solution.
> That's what we done for our products and not been able to detect any
> issues with leap seconds per se.
> On 12/31/2016 09:34 PM, Tom Van Baak wrote:
>> Scott -- Thanks very much for doing this, and doing it live.
>> List -- For some background, see these two papers by Martin Burnicki:
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Scott Newell" <newell+timenuts at n5tnl.com>
>> To: <time-nuts at febo.com>
>> Sent: Saturday, December 31, 2016 9:53 AM
>> Subject: [time-nuts] Leap Second Smear Monitoring
>> I'm trying to watch the google NTP server leap second smear. This
>>> page should update once/minute with my latest data.
>>> Sorry about the coarse resolution--I've set another monitor station
>>> to poll more often and I'll try and append that graph shortly.
>>> newell N5TNL
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