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SubjectRe: Linux time code
Hi,

On Thu, 17 Aug 2006, john stultz wrote:

> > Hm, I guess that's ok for most of the timestamp applications I'm aware of
> > as long as NTP won't cause the clock to stand still...
>
> Nope. Its limited to a +/-500ppm adjustment max.

This is only frequency adjustment, time adjustment is added as well which
can be much larger than this.

bye, Roman
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