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Ellen Manning [Check the Mark5 system clock]
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Ellen Manning [Check the Mark5 system clock]
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 Look for an offset (reported in milli-sec) from the the first server listed of about 10 ms or less ((detail on ntpq output can be found here: Look for an offset (reported in milli-sec) from the the first server listed of about 10 ms or less ((detail on ntpq output can be found here:
-[[http://​tech.kulish.com/​2007/​10/​30/​ntp-ntpq-output-explained/​|NTP output explained]])). If there is a large offset, the Mark5 system clock may need resetting. Contact the on-call person for assistance. Edit: You can try checking the ''​mk5=dot?'',​ if it is ''​syncerr_gt_3''​ or ''​not_synced'',​ sync the ''​fmset''​ on the pcfs computer. This usually solves the problem of a large offset. More information can be found here. (Can someone confirm this and delete the annonations-Arwin) +[[http://​tech.kulish.com/​2007/​10/​30/​ntp-ntpq-output-explained/​|NTP output explained]])). If there is a large offset, the Mark5 system clock may need resetting. Contact the on-call person for assistance. Edit: You can try checking the ''​mk5=dot?'',​ if it is ''​syncerr_gt_3''​ or ''​not_synced'',​ sync the ''​fmset''​ on the pcfs computer. This usually solves the problem of a large offset. More information can be found here [[http://​auscope.phys.utas.edu.au/​opswiki/​doku.php?​id=operations:​documentation.ivs#​dbbc_configuration]]. (Can someone confirm this and delete the annonations-Arwin)
 ===== Synchronising the Mark5 Clock ===== ===== Synchronising the Mark5 Clock =====
  
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