Ntpd not updating

I would check the 2 other boxes DC1 & 3 to ensure they are getting the correct time. 1 u 40 64 377 9.468 0.209 0.129 -PRIVATE3 1.1.1.1 2 u 12 64 377 6.943 -0.270 0.142 -PRIVATE5 . I would also add at least 3 ntp servers to your config file to ensure stability and reliability.

ntpd [ -a Abdg Lm NPqx ] [ -c conffile ] [ -f driftfile ] [ -g ] [ -k keyfile ] [ -l logfile ] [ -N high ] [ -p pidfile ] [ -r broadcastdelay ] [ -s statsdir ] [ -t key ] [ -v variable ] [ -V variable ] [ -x ] program is an operating system daemon which sets and maintains the system time of day in synchronism with Internet standard time servers.

but the time never updates, it always stays on the incorrect time (it seems to be pulling time from the ESXi host on reboot unless i set it with ntpdate) I have unticked the box to get the time from the host. 1 u 22 64 377 8.661 -0.036 0.126 -ISP1 2.2.2.2 2 u 36 64 377 11.720 -0.027 0.280 #PRIVATE7 .

NTPD is running ntpq -pcrv -bash-3.2# ntpq -pcrv remote refid st t when poll reach delay offset jitter ============================================================================== dc3.domai 10.1.1.2 2 u 29 64 377 0.567 -4263.4 10.392 ass ID=0 status=c011 sync_alarm, sync_unspec, 1 event, event_restart, version="ntpd [email protected] Mon Dec 9 UTC 2013 (1)", processor="i686", system="Linux/3.10.23-xxxx-std-ipv6-32", leap=11, stratum=16, precision=-20, rootdelay=0.000, rootdispersion=2356.905, peer=0, refid=INIT, reftime=00000000.00000000 Thu, Feb 7 2036 .000, poll=6, clock=d81ce655.d5ce975b Mon, Nov 24 2014 .835, state=1, offset=0.000, frequency=-0.140, jitter=0.001, noise=0.001, stability=0.000, tai=0 Something looks to be broken in your time setup.

In the Dec 3 i Mac.local ntpd[66350]: SYNC state ignoring 0.155735 s Dec 3 i Mac.local ntpd[66350]: ntpd: time set 0.308737 s Dec 3 i Mac.local com.apple.time[158]: Interval maximum value is 946100000 seconds (specified value: 9223372036854775807). If the addition of multiple servers (3 in total) had anything to do with making it better, perhaps (?

) the addition of yet more servers will make it better still.