Hello,

Thanks in advance for any time spent or help offered.

I administer a Netware 6.0 SP5 two node native SCSI based cluster that sits
on a large university LAN that we share with other many servers and
workstations. We also have one replica server in an office still on the LAN
but two hops away from the server cluster.

The server that is typically secondary is set up as a single source that
gets its time from an NIST timeserver. It is always in sync. The replica
server is always in sync. But for the last few days the primary server in
the cluster has been loosing and regaining its time sync every minute (see
health.log below) It has been running for 103 days. We haven't seen any
other problem.

I installed the Netware and Java DST updates Monday, but this problem had
been going on before that.

Here is the last 5 minutes from the health log. (The log reached its max
size and started over Tuesday.)

Friday, 3-09-2007 3:13 pm
Timesync Status on server CIESERVER2 has returned to the GOOD State
Current Value - LOADED/IN SYNC
Peak Value - N/A
Max Value - N/A

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Friday, 3-09-2007 3:13 pm
Timesync Status on server CIESERVER2 was in a BAD State
Current Value - LOADED/NOT IN SYNC
Peak Value - N/A
Max Value - N/A

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Friday, 3-09-2007 3:14 pm
Timesync Status on server CIESERVER2 has returned to the GOOD State
Current Value - LOADED/IN SYNCPeak Value - N/AMax Value - N/A
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Friday, 3-09-2007 3:15 pm
Timesync Status on server CIESERVER2 was in a BAD State
Current Value - LOADED/NOT IN SYNC
Peak Value - N/A
Max Value - N/A

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Friday, 3-09-2007 3:15 pm
Timesync Status on server CIESERVER2 has returned to the GOOD State
Current Value - LOADED/IN SYNC
Peak Value - N/A
Max Value - N/A

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Friday, 3-09-2007 3:16 pm
Timesync Status on server CIESERVER2 was in a BAD State
Current Value - LOADED/NOT IN SYNC
Peak Value - N/A
Max Value - N/A

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Friday, 3-09-2007 3:17 pm
Timesync Status on server CIESERVER2 has returned to the GOOD State
Current Value - LOADED/IN SYNC
Peak Value - N/A
Max Value - N/A

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Friday, 3-09-2007 3:17 pm
Timesync Status on server CIESERVER2 was in a BAD State
Current Value - LOADED/NOT IN SYNC
Peak Value - N/A
Max Value - N/A

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Friday, 3-09-2007 3:18 pm
Timesync Status on server CIESERVER2 has returned to the GOOD State
Current Value - LOADED/IN SYNC
Peak Value - N/A
Max Value - N/A

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Friday, 3-09-2007 3:18 pm
Timesync Status on server CIESERVER2 was in a BAD State
Current Value - LOADED/NOT IN SYNC
Peak Value - N/A
Max Value - N/A