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  1. Matthias Schleiermacher

    Matthias Schleiermacher New Pleskian

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    Hi there.

    since a few days i get every day that email here:
    Is it know?
    Any suggestions what to do?
    I can disable ntp in plesk and use sntp instaed
     
  2. IgorG

    IgorG Forums Analyst Staff Member

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    Not sure that it is Plesk related issue. /usr/sbin/ntpdate file belongs to system but not Plesk package. According Google it is common Linux issue. Maybe switching to sntp is really better solution.
     
  3. Matthias Schleiermacher

    Matthias Schleiermacher New Pleskian

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    It is used by Plesk.
    It was added in crontab by plesk after i configured a ntp-server in plesk
     
  4. IgorG

    IgorG Forums Analyst Staff Member

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    Did you tried to update this ntpdate package from OS vendor's repository?
     
  5. Wikibear

    Wikibear Regular Pleskian

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    Its a plesk fault, 'cause:

    If i activate networktime in plesk, plesk will add a cronjob for root with:

    /usr/sbin/ntpdate -b -s ptbtime2.ptb.de

    But ntpdate is deprecated and you should to use sntp for future.

    The plesk automatism must setup now sntp not ntpdate to cronjob.

    I think the right command is now:

    /usr/sbin/sntp ptbtime2.ptb.de >/dev/null 2>&1
     
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