clockspeed uses a hardware tick counter to compensate for a persistently fast or slow system clock. Given a few time measurements from a reliable source, it computes and then eliminates the clock skew.
sntpclock checks another system's NTP clock, and prints the results in a format suitable for input to clockspeed. sntpclock is the simplest available NTP/SNTP client.
taiclock and taiclockd form an even simpler alternative to SNTP. They are suitable for precise time synchronization over a local area network, without the hassles and potential security problems of an NTP server.
Note: This version of clockspeed can use the Pentium RDTSC tick counter or the Solaris gethrtime() nanosecond counter.
Author: D.J. Bernstein <djb [at] cr [dot] yp [dot] to>
Maintainer: Christian Wiese <jeru [at] ixplanet [dot] org>
Build time (on reference hardware): 1932% (relative to binutils)2
Installed size (on reference hardware): 0.11 MB, 37 files
Installed files (on reference hardware): n.a.
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