We have quite a few OES2 Linux servers, all configured with the ntp.conf directing timesync to the dns names of 2 servers


tinker panic 0
restrict default kod nomodify notrap
server server1.dns.com
server server2.dns.com
driftfile /var/lib/ntp/drift/ntp.drift
logfile /var/log/ntp

Question: If I change the DNS pointers so that "server1.dns.com" now points to a new time server, the ntp logfiles on all the servers still say they are getting time from the old servers. Is there a way, without restarting ntp daemon to have all the servers get their time from the new servers? I thought that changing the DNS aliases would have done it..