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authorCy Schubert <cy@FreeBSD.org>2019-03-07 13:01:16 +0000
committerCy Schubert <cy@FreeBSD.org>2019-03-07 13:01:16 +0000
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Import 4.2.8p13.vendor/ntp/4.2.8p13
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Notes: svn path=/vendor/ntp/dist/; revision=344878 svn path=/vendor/ntp/4.2.8p13/; revision=344879; tag=vendor/ntp/4.2.8p13
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222 files changed, 18610 insertions, 8307 deletions
diff --git a/COPYRIGHT b/COPYRIGHT
index 935d57413a11..f38933c19827 100644
--- a/COPYRIGHT
+++ b/COPYRIGHT
@@ -1,16 +1,15 @@
This file is automatically generated from html/copyright.html
-
Copyright Notice
-
+
jpg "Clone me," says Dolly sheepishly.
-
+
Last update: 2-Jan-2017 11:58 UTC
- _________________________________________________________________
-
- The following copyright notice applies to all files collectively
- called the Network Time Protocol Version 4 Distribution. Unless
- specifically declared otherwise in an individual file, this entire
- notice applies as if the text was explicitly included in the file.
+ __________________________________________________________________
+
+ The following copyright notice applies to all files collectively called
+ the Network Time Protocol Version 4 Distribution. Unless specifically
+ declared otherwise in an individual file, this entire notice applies as
+ if the text was explicitly included in the file.
***********************************************************************
* *
* Copyright (c) University of Delaware 1992-2015 *
@@ -62,13 +61,13 @@ This file is automatically generated from html/copyright.html
***********************************************************************
The following individuals contributed in part to the Network Time
- Protocol Distribution Version 4 and are acknowledged as authors of
- this work.
+ Protocol Distribution Version 4 and are acknowledged as authors of this
+ work.
1. [1]Takao Abe <takao_abe@xurb.jp> Clock driver for JJY receivers
2. [2]Mark Andrews <mark_andrews@isc.org> Leitch atomic clock
controller
- 3. [3]Bernd Altmeier <altmeier@atlsoft.de> hopf Elektronik serial
- line and PCI-bus devices
+ 3. [3]Bernd Altmeier <altmeier@atlsoft.de> hopf Elektronik serial line
+ and PCI-bus devices
4. [4]Viraj Bais <vbais@mailman1.intel.com> and [5]Clayton Kirkwood
<kirkwood@striderfm.intel.com> port to WindowsNT 3.5
5. [6]Michael Barone <michael,barone@lmco.com> GPSVME fixes
@@ -84,13 +83,12 @@ This file is automatically generated from html/copyright.html
<Jean-Francois.Boudreault@viagenie.qc.ca> IPv6 support
12. [13]Reg Clemens <reg@dwf.com> Oncore driver (Current maintainer)
13. [14]Steve Clift <clift@ml.csiro.au> OMEGA clock driver
- 14. [15]Casey Crellin <casey@csc.co.za> vxWorks (Tornado) port and
- help with target configuration
+ 14. [15]Casey Crellin <casey@csc.co.za> vxWorks (Tornado) port and help
+ with target configuration
15. [16]Sven Dietrich <sven_dietrich@trimble.com> Palisade reference
clock driver, NT adj. residuals, integrated Greg's Winnt port.
16. [17]John A. Dundas III <dundas@salt.jpl.nasa.gov> Apple A/UX port
- 17. [18]Torsten Duwe <duwe@immd4.informatik.uni-erlangen.de> Linux
- port
+ 17. [18]Torsten Duwe <duwe@immd4.informatik.uni-erlangen.de> Linux port
18. [19]Dennis Ferguson <dennis@mrbill.canet.ca> foundation code for
NTP Version 2 as specified in RFC-1119
19. [20]John Hay <jhay@icomtek.csir.co.za> IPv6 support and testing
@@ -122,9 +120,8 @@ This file is automatically generated from html/copyright.html
code for Version 3 as specified in RFC-1305
36. [39]Danny Mayer <mayer@ntp.org>Network I/O, Windows Port, Code
Maintenance
- 37. [40]David L. Mills <mills@udel.edu> Version 4 foundation,
- precision kernel; clock drivers: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 11, 13, 18, 19,
- 22, 36
+ 37. [40]David L. Mills <mills@udel.edu> Version 4 foundation, precision
+ kernel; clock drivers: 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 11, 13, 18, 19, 22, 36
38. [41]Wolfgang Moeller <moeller@gwdgv1.dnet.gwdg.de> VMS port
39. [42]Jeffrey Mogul <mogul@pa.dec.com> ntptrace utility
40. [43]Tom Moore <tmoore@fievel.daytonoh.ncr.com> i386 svr4 port
@@ -136,22 +133,18 @@ This file is automatically generated from html/copyright.html
44. [48]Rainer Pruy <Rainer.Pruy@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
monitoring/trap scripts, statistics file handling
45. [49]Dirce Richards <dirce@zk3.dec.com> Digital UNIX V4.0 port
- 46. [50]Wilfredo Sánchez <wsanchez@apple.com> added support for
- NetInfo
+ 46. [50]Wilfredo Sánchez <wsanchez@apple.com> added support for NetInfo
47. [51]Nick Sayer <mrapple@quack.kfu.com> SunOS streams modules
48. [52]Jack Sasportas <jack@innovativeinternet.com> Saved a Lot of
space on the stuff in the html/pic/ subdirectory
49. [53]Ray Schnitzler <schnitz@unipress.com> Unixware1 port
50. [54]Michael Shields <shields@tembel.org> USNO clock driver
- 51. [55]Jeff Steinman <jss@pebbles.jpl.nasa.gov> Datum PTS clock
- driver
+ 51. [55]Jeff Steinman <jss@pebbles.jpl.nasa.gov> Datum PTS clock driver
52. [56]Harlan Stenn <harlan@pfcs.com> GNU automake/autoconfigure
makeover, various other bits (see the ChangeLog)
53. [57]Kenneth Stone <ken@sdd.hp.com> HP-UX port
- 54. [58]Ajit Thyagarajan <ajit@ee.udel.edu>IP multicast/anycast
- support
- 55. [59]Tomoaki TSURUOKA <tsuruoka@nc.fukuoka-u.ac.jp>TRAK clock
- driver
+ 54. [58]Ajit Thyagarajan <ajit@ee.udel.edu>IP multicast/anycast support
+ 55. [59]Tomoaki TSURUOKA <tsuruoka@nc.fukuoka-u.ac.jp>TRAK clock driver
56. [60]Brian Utterback <brian.utterback@oracle.com> General codebase,
Solaris issues
57. [61]Loganaden Velvindron <loganaden@gmail.com> Sandboxing
@@ -160,7 +153,7 @@ This file is automatically generated from html/copyright.html
TrueTime clock driver
59. [63]Ulrich Windl <Ulrich.Windl@rz.uni-regensburg.de> corrected and
validated HTML documents according to the HTML DTD
- _________________________________________________________________
+ __________________________________________________________________
References
diff --git a/ChangeLog b/ChangeLog
index f381a093cf94..9ff845c81028 100644
--- a/ChangeLog
+++ b/ChangeLog
@@ -1,4 +1,49 @@
---
+(4.2.8p13) 2019/03/07 Released by Harlan Stenn <stenn@ntp.org>
+
+* [Sec 3565] Crafted null dereference attack in authenticated
+ mode 6 packet <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - reported by Magnus Stubman
+* [Bug 3560] Fix build when HAVE_DROPROOT is not defined <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - applied patch by Ian Lepore
+* [Bug 3558] Crash and integer size bug <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - isolate and fix linux/windows specific code issue
+* [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - provide better function for incremental string formatting
+* [Bug 3555] Tidy up print alignment of debug output from ntpdate <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - applied patch by Gerry Garvey
+* [Bug 3554] config revoke stores incorrect value <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - original finding by Gerry Garvey, additional cleanup needed
+* [Bug 3549] Spurious initgroups() error message <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - patch by Christous Zoulas
+* [Bug 3548] Signature not verified on windows system <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - finding by Chen Jiabin, plus another one by me
+* [Bug 3541] patch to fix STA_NANO struct timex units <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - applied patch by Maciej Szmigiero
+* [Bug 3540] Cannot set minsane to 0 anymore <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - applied patch by Andre Charbonneau
+* [Bug 3539] work_fork build fails when droproot is not supported <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - applied patch by Baruch Siach
+* [Bug 3538] Build fails for no-MMU targets <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - applied patch by Baruch Siach
+* [Bug 3535] libparse won't handle GPS week rollover <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - refactored handling of GPS era based on 'tos basedate' for
+ parse (TSIP) and JUPITER clocks
+* [Bug 3529] Build failures on Mac OS X 10.13 (High Sierra) <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - patch by Daniel J. Luke; this does not fix a potential linker
+ regression issue on MacOS.
+* [Bug 3527 - Backward Incompatible] mode7 clockinfo fudgeval2 packet
+ anomaly <perlinger@ntp.org>, reported by GGarvey.
+ - --enable-bug3527-fix support by HStenn
+* [Bug 3526] Incorrect poll interval in packet <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - applied patch by Gerry Garvey
+* [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h. <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - added missing check, reported by Reinhard Max <perlinger@ntp.org>
+* [Bug 1674] runtime crashes and sync problems affecting both x86 and x86_64
+ - this is a variant of [bug 3558] and should be fixed with it
+* Implement --disable-signalled-io
+
+---
(4.2.8p12) 2018/08/14 Released by Harlan Stenn <stenn@ntp.org>
* [Sec 3505] CVE-2018-12327 - Arbitrary Code Execution Vulnerability
diff --git a/CommitLog b/CommitLog
index cd75940d4daf..8883b0c53d7f 100644
--- a/CommitLog
+++ b/CommitLog
@@ -1,363 +1,6898 @@
-ChangeSet@1.3729, 2017-02-01 07:39:35-05:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
+ChangeSet@1.3849, 2019-02-20 17:13:36-08:00, harlan@ntp-build.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Update NEWS file
+
+ NEWS@1.200 +3 -0
+ Update NEWS file
+
+ChangeSet@1.3848, 2019-02-20 09:44:58-08:00, harlan@ntp-build.tal1.ntfo.org
+ build system cleanups
+
+ build@1.50 +1 -1
+ build system cleanups
+
+ scripts/build/check--help@1.4 +2 -2
+ build system cleanups
+
+ sntp/libopts/autoopts/options.h@1.31 +1 -1
+ build system cleanups
+
+ sntp/libopts/genshell.h@1.31 +1 -1
+ build system cleanups
+
+ChangeSet@1.3847, 2019-02-18 22:26:26-08:00, harlan@ntp-build.tal1.ntfo.org
+ ChangeLog and NEWS description cleanups
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1971 +4 -4
+ ChangeLog and NEWS description cleanups
+
+ NEWS@1.199 +4 -2
+ ChangeLog and NEWS description cleanups
+
+ChangeSet@1.3844.1.4, 2019-02-18 20:10:25-08:00, harlan@ntp-build.tal1.ntfo.org
+ NEWS file update
+
+ NEWS@1.198 +49 -2
+ NEWS file update
+
+ChangeSet@1.3844.1.3, 2019-02-16 07:36:50+00:00, stenn@stenn.ntp.org
+ Improve messages around signalled IO handling in configure
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_libntp.m4@1.38 +5 -0
+ Improve messages around signalled IO handling in configure
+
+ChangeSet@1.3844.1.2, 2019-02-15 13:27:05+00:00, stenn@stenn.ntp.org
+ Implement --disable-signalled-io
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1968.1.2 +1 -0
+ Implement --disable-signalled-io
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_libntp.m4@1.37 +22 -2
+ Implement --disable-signalled-io
+
+ChangeSet@1.3844.1.1, 2019-01-17 04:16:52+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Cleanup
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1968.1.1 +0 -1
+ Cleanup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3845, 2019-01-16 21:42:59+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3565] null pointer crash by remote attack
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1969 +3 -0
+ [Sec 3565] null pointer crash by remote attack
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.233 +17 -9
+ [Sec 3565] null pointer crash by remote attack
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.1.2, 2018-12-15 13:25:25+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ bug3527 fixes
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.1.2 +3 -3
+ bug3527 fixes
+
+ configure.ac@1.614.1.1 +18 -0
+ bug3527 fixes
+
+ ntpd/ntp_request.c@1.129 +7 -4
+ bug3527 fixes
+
+ ntpdc/ntpdc_ops.c@1.85 +8 -3
+ bug3527 fixes
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.15.1, 2018-12-12 07:37:12+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3560] Fix build when HAVE_DROPROOT is not defined
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.15.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3560] Fix build when HAVE_DROPROOT is not defined
+
+ libntp/work_fork.c@1.20.2.1 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3560] Fix build when HAVE_DROPROOT is not defined
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.14.1, 2018-12-11 07:42:01+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3558] Crash and integer size bug
+ [Bug 1674] runtime crashes and sync problems affecting both x86 and x86_64
+ - isolate & fix LP64/LLP64 problem with BANCOMM SDK
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.14.1 +6 -0
+ [Bug 3558] Crash and integer size bug
+ [Bug 1674] runtime crashes and sync problems affecting both x86 and x86_64
+ - isolate & fix LP64/LLP64 problem with BANCOMM SDK
+
+ configure.ac@1.615 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3558] Crash and integer size bug
+ [Bug 1674] runtime crashes and sync problems affecting both x86 and x86_64
+ - search for BANCOMM SDK lib
+
+ ntpd/refclock_bancomm.c@1.17 +96 -23
+ [Bug 3558] Crash and integer size bug
+ [Bug 1674] runtime crashes and sync problems affecting both x86 and x86_64
+ - isolate & fix LP64/LLP64 problem with BANCOMM SDK
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.11.2, 2018-12-05 06:58:13+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ Bug 3556 - ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - stricter buffer range checks
+
+ libntp/xsbprintf.c@1.2 +11 -13
+ Bug 3556 - ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - stricter buffer range checks
+
+ tests/libntp/run-sbprintf.c@1.2 +8 -4
+ Bug 3556 - ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - stricter buffer range checks
+
+ tests/libntp/sbprintf.c@1.2 +28 -0
+ Bug 3556 - ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - stricter buffer range checks
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.10.2, 2018-12-03 02:29:24-05:00, stenn@psp-fb1.ntp.org
+ Update Changelog for latest fix for 3471
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.10.2 +6 -1
+ Update Changelog for latest fix for 3471
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.13.1, 2018-12-02 09:05:37+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3555] Tidy up print alignment of debug output from ntpdate
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.13.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3555] Tidy up print alignment of debug output from ntpdate
+
+ ntpdate/ntpdate.c@1.102 +12 -9
+ [Bug 3555] Tidy up print alignment of debug output from ntpdate
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.12.1, 2018-12-02 08:17:05+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3554] config revoke stores incorrect value
+ - plus some additional cleanup
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.12.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3554] config revoke stores incorrect value
+
+ include/ntpd.h@1.204 +2 -2
+ [Bug 3554] config revoke stores incorrect value
+ - sys_{revoke,automax} hold positive log2 value -- unsigned char is enough.
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.365.2.1 +12 -3
+ [Bug 3554] config revoke stores incorrect value
+ - sys_{revoke,automax} hold positive log2 value for shift; clamp values
+
+ ntpd/ntp_crypto.c@1.190.1.1 +2 -2
+ [Bug 3554] config revoke stores incorrect value
+ - avoid possible integer truncation
+
+ ntpd/ntp_timer.c@1.97 +4 -4
+ [Bug 3554] config revoke stores incorrect value
+ - sys_{revoke,automax} hold positive log2 value -- unsigned char is enough.
+ - avoid possible integer truncation
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.11.1, 2018-12-01 12:10:51+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - provide better function for incremental string formatting
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.11.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - provide better function for incremental string formatting
+
+ include/ntp_stdlib.h@1.87 +3 -0
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - provide better API for incremental string formatting
+
+ libntp/Makefile.am@1.82 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - add source of new API for incremental string formatting
+
+ libntp/xsbprintf.c@1.1 +77 -0
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - implement new API for incremental string formatting
+
+ libntp/xsbprintf.c@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ ntpd/ntp_loopfilter.c@1.192 +18 -14
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - use new API for incremental string formatting
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2005/libntp.vcproj@1.27 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - add source of new API for incremental string formatting
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2008/libntp/libntp.vcproj@1.58 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - add source of new API for incremental string formatting
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2013/libntp/libntp.vcxproj@1.14 +3 -2
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - add source of new API for incremental string formatting
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2013/libntp/libntp.vcxproj.filters@1.12 +5 -2
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - add source of new API for incremental string formatting
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2015/libntp/libntp.vcxproj@1.4 +3 -2
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - add source of new API for incremental string formatting
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2015/libntp/libntp.vcxproj.filters@1.4 +5 -2
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - add source of new API for incremental string formatting
+
+ tests/libntp/Makefile.am@1.100 +12 -0
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - add string buffer formatting tests
+
+ tests/libntp/run-sbprintf.c@1.1 +72 -0
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - add string buffer formatting tests
+
+ tests/libntp/run-sbprintf.c@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ tests/libntp/sbprintf.c@1.1 +67 -0
+ [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings
+ - add string buffer formatting tests
+
+ tests/libntp/sbprintf.c@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.10.1, 2018-11-30 06:34:35+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+ - added missing check in code
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.10.1 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+ - added missing check in code
+
+ libntp/authreadkeys.c@1.33 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+ - added missing check in code
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.9.1, 2018-11-11 12:03:14+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3549] Spurious initgroups() error message
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.9.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3549] Spurious initgroups() error message
+
+ ntpd/ntpd.c@1.177.2.1 +33 -17
+ [Bug 3549] Spurious initgroups() error message
+ - make 'set_user_group_ids()' idempotent: If we're already there, don't complain.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.8.1, 2018-11-11 11:07:23+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3548] Signature not verified on windows system
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.8.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3548] Signature not verified on windows system
+
+ ntpd/ntp_crypto.c@1.191 +2 -1
+ [Bug 3548] Signature not verified on windows system
+ - ntohl() can be a macro
+
+ sntp/networking.c@1.70 +2 -1
+ [Bug 3548] Signature not verified on windows system
+ - ntohl() can be a macro
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.7.1, 2018-11-11 09:56:34+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3541] patch to fix STA_NANO struct timex units
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.7.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3541] patch to fix STA_NANO struct timex units
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.232 +9 -7
+ [Bug 3541] patch to fix STA_NANO struct timex units
+
+ ntpdc/ntpdc_ops.c@1.83.1.1 +7 -7
+ [Bug 3541] patch to fix STA_NANO struct timex units
+
+ util/ntptime.c@1.28 +0 -4
+ [Bug 3541] patch to fix STA_NANO struct timex units
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.6.1, 2018-10-27 11:00:56+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3540] Cannot set minsane to 0 anymore
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.6.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3540] Cannot set minsane to 0 anymore
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.365.1.1 +2 -2
+ [Bug 3540] Cannot set minsane to 0 anymore
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.5.1, 2018-10-27 10:33:55+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3539] work_fork build fails when droproot is not supported
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.5.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3539] work_fork build fails when droproot is not supported
+
+ libntp/work_fork.c@1.20.1.1 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3539] work_fork build fails when droproot is not supported
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.4.1, 2018-10-27 10:23:05+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3538] Build fails for no-MMU targets
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.4.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3538] Build fails for no-MMU targets
+
+ ntpd/ntpd.c@1.177.1.1 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3538] Build fails for no-MMU targets
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.3.1, 2018-10-13 08:03:48+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3535] libparse won't handle GPS week rollover
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.3.1 +5 -0
+ [Bug 3535] libparse won't handle GPS week rollover
+
+ include/ntp_calendar.h@1.20 +21 -3
+ [Bug 3535] libparse won't handle GPS week rollover
+ - GPS week era support
+
+ include/parse.h@1.15 +0 -1
+ [Bug 3535] libparse won't handle GPS week rollover
+ - remove GPSWRAP definition to avoid lurking uses
+
+ libntp/calyearstart.c@1.7 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3535] libparse won't handle GPS week rollover
+
+ libntp/ntp_calendar.c@1.21 +38 -0
+ [Bug 3535] libparse won't handle GPS week rollover
+ - set GPS base week as first Sunday on or after base date
+
+ libparse/clk_trimtsip.c@1.15 +5 -9
+ [Bug 3535] libparse won't handle GPS week rollover
+ - use centralized week expansion code
+
+ libparse/gpstolfp.c@1.14 +0 -5
+ [Bug 3535] libparse won't handle GPS week rollover
+ - don't try to expand weeks in the conversion
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.366 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3535] libparse won't handle GPS week rollover
+ - set basedate based on build stamp if not set explicitely
+
+ ntpd/refclock_jupiter.c@1.32 +1 -56
+ [Bug 3535] libparse won't handle GPS week rollover
+ - use centralized week expansion code instead of local copy
+
+ ntpd/refclock_parse.c@1.87 +1 -2
+ [Bug 3535] libparse won't handle GPS week rollover
+ - use centralized week expansion code
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.2.1, 2018-10-02 18:03:33+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3529] Build failures on Mac OS X 10.13 (High Sierra)
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.2.1 +5 -0
+ [Bug 3529] Build failures on Mac OS X 10.13 (High Sierra)
+
+ libntp/work_fork.c@1.21 +6 -3
+ [Bug 3529] Build failures on Mac OS X 10.13 (High Sierra)
+ - make existence of 'set_user_group_ids()' depend on HAVE_DROPROOT
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827.1.1, 2018-10-02 17:38:18+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3527] fudgeval2 anomaly in mode7 clock info packet
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1952.1.1 +5 -0
+ [Bug 3527] fudgeval2 anomaly in mode7 clock info packet
+
+ ntpd/ntp_request.c@1.128 +5 -0
+ [Bug 3527] fudgeval2 anomaly in mode7 clock info packet
+
+ ntpdc/ntpdc_ops.c@1.84 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3527] fudgeval2 anomaly in mode7 clock info packet
+
+ChangeSet@1.3828, 2018-09-12 22:52:00+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3526] Incorrect poll interval in packet
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1953 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3526] Incorrect poll interval in packet
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.423 +4 -4
+ [Bug 3526] Incorrect poll interval in packet
+
+ ntpd/ntpd.c@1.178 +4 -4
+ [Bug 3526] Incorrect poll interval in packet
+ (side kick: fix function prototypes. C is not C++.)
+
+ sntp/main.c@1.104 +2 -3
+ [Bug 3526] Incorrect poll interval in packet
+ (side kick: fix function prototypes. C is not C++.)
+
+ChangeSet@1.3827, 2018-08-14 08:31:08-04:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
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+ scripts/ntptrace/ntptrace.1ntptracemdoc@1.113 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/ntptrace/ntptrace.html@1.128 +27 -36
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/ntptrace/ntptrace.man.in@1.112 +3 -3
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/ntptrace/ntptrace.mdoc.in@1.114 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/plot_summary-opts@1.75 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/plot_summary.1plot_summaryman@1.125 +3 -3
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/plot_summary.1plot_summarymdoc@1.125 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/plot_summary.html@1.130 +29 -47
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/plot_summary.man.in@1.125 +3 -3
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/plot_summary.mdoc.in@1.125 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/summary-opts@1.74 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/summary.1summaryman@1.124 +3 -3
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/summary.1summarymdoc@1.124 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/summary.html@1.129 +27 -39
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/summary.man.in@1.124 +3 -3
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/summary.mdoc.in@1.124 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/update-leap/invoke-update-leap.texi@1.25 +1 -1
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/update-leap/update-leap-opts@1.25 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/update-leap/update-leap.1update-leapman@1.25 +3 -3
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/update-leap/update-leap.1update-leapmdoc@1.25 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/update-leap/update-leap.html@1.27 +35 -59
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/update-leap/update-leap.man.in@1.25 +3 -3
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ scripts/update-leap/update-leap.mdoc.in@1.25 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ sntp/invoke-sntp.texi@1.515 +23 -27
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ sntp/sntp-opts.c@1.534 +7 -7
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ sntp/sntp-opts.h@1.532 +3 -3
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ sntp/sntp.1sntpman@1.350 +3 -3
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ sntp/sntp.1sntpmdoc@1.350 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ sntp/sntp.html@1.531 +106 -134
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ sntp/sntp.man.in@1.350 +3 -3
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ sntp/sntp.mdoc.in@1.350 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ util/invoke-ntp-keygen.texi@1.518 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.536 +7 -7
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ util/ntp-keygen-opts.h@1.534 +3 -3
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ util/ntp-keygen.1ntp-keygenman@1.346 +3 -3
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ util/ntp-keygen.1ntp-keygenmdoc@1.346 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ util/ntp-keygen.html@1.191 +148 -206
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ util/ntp-keygen.man.in@1.346 +3 -3
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ util/ntp-keygen.mdoc.in@1.346 +2 -2
+ NTP_4_2_8P12
+
+ChangeSet@1.3826, 2018-08-14 07:16:23-04:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
+ Trigger the release of ntp-4.2.8p12
+
+ packageinfo.sh@1.541 +1 -1
+ Trigger the release of ntp-4.2.8p12
+
+ChangeSet@1.3825, 2018-08-13 04:31:37+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ NEWS update
+
+ NEWS@1.197 +1 -1
+ NEWS update
+
+ChangeSet@1.3812.1.10, 2018-08-04 10:31:58+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ [Bug 3521] Fix a logic bug in the INVALIDNAK checks
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1942.1.9 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3521] Fix a logic bug in the INVALIDNAK checks
+
+ NEWS@1.192.1.2 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3521] Fix a logic bug in the INVALIDNAK checks
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.422 +46 -35
+ [Bug 3521] Fix a logic bug in the INVALIDNAK checks
+
+ChangeSet@1.3823, 2018-07-28 05:03:57+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ 3505 description updates
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1950 +2 -1
+ 3505 description updates
+
+ NEWS@1.195 +2 -2
+ 3505 description updates
+
+ChangeSet@1.3812.1.9, 2018-07-25 09:56:39+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ updates
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1942.1.8 +1 -0
+ updates
+
+ NEWS@1.192.1.1 +2 -2
+ updates
+
+ html/authentic.html@1.18 +219 -87
+ updates
+
+ChangeSet@1.3821, 2018-07-25 07:41:01+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ updates
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.html@1.199 +104 -91
+ updates
+
+ ntpd/ntp.keys.html@1.198 +28 -16
+ updates
+
+ ntpd/ntpd.html@1.190 +145 -101
+ updates
+
+ ntpdc/ntpdc.html@1.358 +75 -55
+ updates
+
+ ntpsnmpd/ntpsnmpd.html@1.184 +13 -9
+ updates
+
+ scripts/ntp-wait/ntp-wait.html@1.354 +47 -29
+ updates
+
+ scripts/ntpsweep/ntpsweep.html@1.126 +42 -31
+ updates
+
+ scripts/ntptrace/ntptrace.html@1.127 +34 -25
+ updates
+
+ scripts/plot_summary.html@1.129 +45 -27
+ updates
+
+ scripts/summary.html@1.128 +37 -25
+ updates
+
+ scripts/update-leap/update-leap.html@1.26 +132 -34
+ updates
+
+ sntp/sntp.html@1.530 +107 -83
+ updates
+
+ChangeSet@1.3820, 2018-07-25 07:38:42+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Bug 3509 tweaks
+
+ NEWS@1.193 +6 -1
+ Bug 3509 tweaks
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_libntp.m4@1.36 +1 -1
+ Bug 3509 tweaks
+
+ChangeSet@1.3816.1.1, 2018-07-25 07:08:13+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3509] Add support for running as non-root on FreeBSD, Darwin, other TrustedBSD platforms
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1946.1.1 +3 -0
+ [Bug 3509] Add support for running as non-root on FreeBSD, Darwin, other TrustedBSD platforms
+
+ ntpd/ntpd.c@1.177 +20 -2
+ [Bug 3509] Add support for running as non-root on FreeBSD, Darwin, other TrustedBSD platforms
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_libntp.m4@1.35 +22 -1
+ [Bug 3509] Add support for running as non-root on FreeBSD, Darwin, other TrustedBSD platforms
+
+ChangeSet@1.3812.1.8, 2018-07-24 09:16:25+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ html/authentic.html@1.17 +3 -3
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/invoke-ntp.conf.texi@1.216 +5 -5
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.5man@1.250 +5 -5
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.5mdoc@1.250 +5 -5
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.def@1.33 +4 -4
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.html@1.198 +4 -4
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.man.in@1.250 +5 -5
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.mdoc.in@1.250 +5 -5
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3812.1.7, 2018-07-24 07:38:08+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1942.1.7 +1 -0
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ NEWS@1.192 +66 -1
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ html/authopt.html@1.76 +3 -3
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ html/confopt.html@1.64 +2 -2
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ html/keygen.html@1.37 +2 -2
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/complete.conf.in@1.34 +1 -1
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/invoke-ntp.conf.texi@1.215 +2 -2
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/invoke-ntp.keys.texi@1.201 +3 -3
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.5man@1.249 +4 -4
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.5mdoc@1.249 +3 -3
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.def@1.32 +1 -1
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.html@1.197 +1 -1
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.man.in@1.249 +4 -4
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.mdoc.in@1.249 +3 -3
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.keys.5man@1.235 +4 -4
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.keys.5mdoc@1.235 +5 -5
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.keys.def@1.13 +2 -2
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.keys.html@1.197 +2 -2
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.keys.man.in@1.235 +4 -4
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.keys.mdoc.in@1.235 +5 -5
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.html@1.189 +129 -105
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ util/invoke-ntp-keygen.texi@1.517 +21 -19
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.535 +1 -1
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ util/ntp-keygen-opts.def@1.32 +1 -1
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ util/ntp-keygen-opts.h@1.533 +1 -1
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ util/ntp-keygen.1ntp-keygenman@1.345 +4 -4
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ util/ntp-keygen.1ntp-keygenmdoc@1.345 +3 -3
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ util/ntp-keygen.html@1.190 +208 -150
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ util/ntp-keygen.man.in@1.345 +4 -4
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ util/ntp-keygen.mdoc.in@1.345 +3 -3
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ util/ntp-keygen.texi@1.3 +1 -1
+ Symmetric key range is 1-65535. Update docs.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3812.1.6, 2018-07-21 07:59:28+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ [Bug 3460] Fix typo in ntpq.texi, reported by Kenyon Ralph. <stenn@ntp.org>
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1942.1.6 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3460] Fix typo in ntpq.texi, reported by Kenyon Ralph. <stenn@ntp.org>
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.texi@1.6 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3460] Fix typo in ntpq.texi, reported by Kenyon Ralph. <stenn@ntp.org>
+
+ChangeSet@1.3812.1.5, 2018-07-21 04:25:55+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ [Bug 3426] ntpdate.html -t default is 2 seconds. Leonid Evdokimov.
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1942.1.5 +2 -1
+ [Bug 3426] ntpdate.html -t default is 2 seconds. Leonid Evdokimov.
+
+ html/ntpdate.html@1.29 +2 -2
+ [Bug 3426] ntpdate.html -t default is 2 seconds. Leonid Evdokimov.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3812.1.3, 2018-07-20 08:57:05+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Tweak the description of bug 3506
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1942.1.3 +1 -1
+ Tweak the description of bug 3506
+
+ChangeSet@1.3812.1.1, 2018-07-03 22:51:08+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3506] NTPD/SCM interact not well
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1942.1.1 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3506] NTPD/SCM interact not well
+
+ ntpd/ntpd.c@1.176 +14 -1
+ [Bug 3506] NTPD/SCM interact not well
+ - changed interaction with SCM to signal pending startup
+
+ ports/winnt/include/ntservice.h@1.5 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3506] NTPD/SCM interact not well
+ - changed interaction with SCM to signal pending startup
+
+ ports/winnt/ntpd/nt_clockstuff.c@1.67 +0 -6
+ [Bug 3506] NTPD/SCM interact not well
+ - changed interaction with SCM to signal pending startup
+
+ ports/winnt/ntpd/ntservice.c@1.32 +52 -17
+ [Bug 3506] NTPD/SCM interact not well
+ - changed interaction with SCM to signal pending startup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3813, 2018-07-03 18:46:27+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3505] CVE-2018-12327 - Arbitrary Code Execution Vulnerability
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1943 +2 -0
+ [Sec 3505] CVE-2018-12327 - Arbitrary Code Execution Vulnerability
+
+ ntpdc/ntpdc.c@1.112 +11 -14
+ [Sec 3505] CVE-2018-12327 - Arbitrary Code Execution Vulnerability
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.188 +10 -13
+ [Sec 3505] CVE-2018-12327 - Arbitrary Code Execution Vulnerability
+
+ChangeSet@1.3790.6.3, 2018-06-19 13:00:54+02:00, burnicki@pc-martin4.py.meinberg.de
+ Fixes for ntpdate as discussed in bug #3442.
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1920.6.2 +2 -0
+ Fixes for ntpdate as discussed in bug #3442.
+
+ ntpdate/ntpdate.c@1.101 +96 -73
+ Fixes for ntpdate as discussed in bug #3442.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3790.6.2, 2018-06-19 12:30:58+02:00, burnicki@pc-martin4.py.meinberg.de
+ New macro REFID_IS_TEXT().
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1920.6.1 +3 -1
+ New macro REFID_IS_TEXT().
+
+ include/ntp.h@1.231 +12 -0
+ New macro REFID_IS_TEXT().
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.226.1.2 +6 -7
+ Use new macro REFID_IS_TEXT().
+
+ChangeSet@1.3790.6.1, 2018-06-19 11:40:42+02:00, burnicki@pc-martin4.py.meinberg.de
+ Removed trailing spaces in some files.
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.360.2.1 +9 -9
+ Removed trailing spaces.
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.226.1.1 +26 -26
+ Removed trailing spaces.
+
+ ntpdate/ntpdate.c@1.100 +10 -10
+ Removed trailing spaces.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3812, 2018-06-16 02:42:06-07:00, harlan@max.pfcs.com
+ [Sec 3012] noepeer tweaks
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1942 +1 -0
+ [Sec 3012] noepeer tweaks
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.421 +45 -29
+ [Sec 3012] noepeer tweaks
+
+ChangeSet@1.3808.3.2, 2018-06-13 04:41:27+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ ntpd/ntpd.c: DROPROOT cleanup
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1938.3.2 +1 -0
+ ntpd/ntpd.c: DROPROOT cleanup
+
+ ntpd/ntpd.c@1.175 +2 -0
+ ntpd/ntpd.c: DROPROOT cleanup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3808.3.1, 2018-06-13 04:38:41+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Cleanup html/authopt.html
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1938.3.1 +1 -0
+ Cleanup html/authopt.html
+
+ html/authopt.html@1.75 +23 -22
+ Cleanup html/authopt.html
+
+ChangeSet@1.3808.2.1, 2018-05-05 09:07:30+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3484] ntpq response from ntpd is incorrect when REFID is null
+ - rework of ntpq 'nextvar()' key/value parsing
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1938.2.1 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3484] ntpq response from ntpd is incorrect when REFID is null
+ - rework of ntpq 'nextvar()' key/value parsing
+
+ ntpq/ntpq-subs.c@1.127 +12 -14
+ [Bug 3484] ntpq response from ntpd is incorrect when REFID is null
+ - rework of ntpq 'nextvar()' key/value parsing
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.186.1.1 +246 -78
+ [Bug 3484] ntpq response from ntpd is incorrect when REFID is null
+ - rework of ntpq 'nextvar()' key/value parsing
+
+ChangeSet@1.3808.1.1, 2018-04-21 11:48:47+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3486] Buffer overflow in ntpq/ntpq.c:tstflags()
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1938.1.1 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3486] Buffer overflow in ntpq/ntpq.c:tstflags()
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.187 +39 -22
+ [Bug 3486] Buffer overflow in ntpq/ntpq.c:tstflags()
+
+ChangeSet@1.3809, 2018-04-21 11:30:19+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3445] Symmetric peer won't sync on startup
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1939 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3445] Symmetric peer won't sync on startup
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.420 +8 -2
+ [Bug 3445] Symmetric peer won't sync on startup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3806.2.1, 2018-04-14 08:18:38+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3121] Drop root privileges for the forked DNS worker
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1936.2.1 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3121] Drop root privileges for the forked DNS worker
+
+ libntp/work_fork.c@1.20 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3121] Drop root privileges for the forked DNS worker
+
+ ntpd/ntpd.c@1.174 +218 -145
+ [Bug 3121] Drop root privileges for the forked DNS worker
+
+ sntp/main.c@1.103 +7 -0
+ [Bug 3121] Drop root privileges for the forked DNS worker
+
+ChangeSet@1.3806.1.1, 2018-04-13 22:57:11+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3434] ntpd clears STA_UNSYNC on start
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1936.1.1 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3434] ntpd clears STA_UNSYNC on start
+
+ ntpd/ntp_loopfilter.c@1.191 +8 -4
+ [Bug 3434] ntpd clears STA_UNSYNC on start
+
+ChangeSet@1.3807, 2018-04-13 22:38:02+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ B[ug 3449] ntpq - display "loop" instead of refid for peers which are flagged as loops
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1937 +2 -0
+ B[ug 3449] ntpq - display "loop" instead of refid for peers which are flagged as loops
+
+ ntpq/ntpq-subs.c@1.126 +6 -1
+ B[ug 3449] ntpq - display "loop" instead of refid for peers which are flagged as loops
+
+ChangeSet@1.3806, 2018-04-11 19:26:04+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3484] ntpq response from ntpd is incorrect when REFID is null
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1936 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3484] ntpq response from ntpd is incorrect when REFID is null
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.230 +6 -6
+ [Bug 3484] ntpq response from ntpd is incorrect when REFID is null
+
+ChangeSet@1.3805, 2018-04-11 18:38:12+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3475] modify prettydate() to suppress output of zero time
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1935 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3475] modify prettydate() to suppress output of zero time
+
+ libntp/prettydate.c@1.21 +5 -0
+ [Bug 3475] modify prettydate() to suppress output of zero time
+
+ChangeSet@1.3804, 2018-04-11 18:23:03+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3482] Fixes for compilation warnings (ntp_io.c & ntpq-subs.c)
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1934 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3482] Fixes for compilation warnings (ntp_io.c & ntpq-subs.c)
+
+ ntpq/ntpq-subs.c@1.125 +15 -7
+ [Bug 3482] Fixes for compilation warnings (ntp_io.c & ntpq-subs.c)
+
+ChangeSet@1.3803, 2018-04-11 07:59:51+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3485] Undefined sockaddr used in error messages in ntp_config.c
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1933 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3485] Undefined sockaddr used in error messages in ntp_config.c
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.364 +3 -5
+ [Bug 3485] Undefined sockaddr used in error messages in ntp_config.c
+
+ChangeSet@1.3802, 2018-04-11 07:39:36+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3476] ctl_putstr() sends empty unquoted string if data is Null / zero length
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1932 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3476] ctl_putstr() sends empty unquoted string if data is Null / zero length
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.229 +3 -1
+ [Bug 3476] ctl_putstr() sends empty unquoted string if data is Null / zero length
+
+ChangeSet@1.3801, 2018-04-11 06:47:08+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3469] Incomplete string compare [...] in is_refclk_addr
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1931 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3469] Incomplete string compare [...] in is_refclk_addr
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.363 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3469] Incomplete string compare [...] in is_refclk_addr
+
+ChangeSet@1.3800, 2018-04-10 08:19:44+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3474] Missing pmode in mode7 peer info response
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1930 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3474] Missing pmode in mode7 peer info response
+
+ ntpd/ntp_request.c@1.127 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3474] Missing pmode in mode7 peer info response
+
+ChangeSet@1.3799, 2018-04-10 08:10:56+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3479] ctl_putrefid() allows unsafe characters through to ntpq
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1929 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3479] ctl_putrefid() allows unsafe characters through to ntpq
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.228 +3 -1
+ [Bug 3479] ctl_putrefid() allows unsafe characters through to ntpq
+
+ChangeSet@1.3798, 2018-04-10 08:09:59+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3480] Refclock sample filter not cleared on clock STEP
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1928 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3480] Refclock sample filter not cleared on clock STEP
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.419 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3480] Refclock sample filter not cleared on clock STEP
+
+ChangeSet@1.3797, 2018-04-08 12:17:35+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3461] refclock_shm.c: clear error status on clock recovery
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1927 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3461] refclock_shm.c: clear error status on clock recovery
+
+ ntpd/ntp_io.c@1.429 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3461] refclock_shm.c: clear error status on clock recovery
+ - fixed minor (non-functional) regression
+
+ ntpd/ntp_refclock.c@1.127 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3461] refclock_shm.c: clear error status on clock recovery
+ - dont't step 'lastevent' if NOMINAL
+
+ ntpd/refclock_shm.c@1.40 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3461] refclock_shm.c: clear error status on clock recovery
+
+ChangeSet@1.3794.1.1, 2018-04-08 09:13:33+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ cleanup ChangeLog
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1924.1.1 +2 -4
+ cleanup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3795, 2018-04-08 11:07:13+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3467] Potential memory fault in ntpq [...]
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1925 +4 -4
+ [Bug 3467] Potential memory fault in ntpq [...]
+
+ configure.ac@1.614 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3467] Potential memory fault in ntpq [...]
+ - check for presence of sigsetjmp/siglongjmp in setjmp.h
+
+ libntp/syssignal.c@1.16 +4 -3
+ [Bug 3467] Potential memory fault in ntpq [...]
+ - installing and removing CTRL-C handlers is sequence order sensitive
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.c@1.113 +339 -338
+ [Bug 3467] Potential memory fault in ntpq [...]
+ - sidekick: add missing header decl
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.h@1.75 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3467] Potential memory fault in ntpq [...]
+ - sidekick: add missing header decl
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.y@1.101 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3467] Potential memory fault in ntpq [...]
+ - sidekick: add missing header decl
+
+ ntpdc/ntpdc.c@1.111 +37 -16
+ [Bug 3467] Potential memory fault in ntpq [...]
+ - closed file handles become NULL, check bfore writing
+ - use 'sig{set,long}jmp()' instead of '{set,long}jmp()' when possible
+ - unclutter jumping out of signal handler
+
+ ntpq/ntpq-subs.c@1.124 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3467] Potential memory fault in ntpq [...]
+ - removed leading linefeed
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.186 +234 -211
+ [Bug 3467] Potential memory fault in ntpq [...]
+ - closed file handles become NULL, check bfore writing
+ - use 'sig{set,long}jmp()' instead of '{set,long}jmp()' when possible
+ - unclutter jumping out of signal handler
+
+ChangeSet@1.3790.5.2, 2018-04-07 09:39:54+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ tweak the Changelog
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1920.5.2 +1 -0
+ tweak
+
+ChangeSet@1.3790.5.1, 2018-04-07 10:03:14+02:00, jnperlin@hydra.localnet
+ [Bug 2821] minor build issues
+ + bug fixes
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1920.5.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 2821] minor build issues
+ + bug fixes
+
+ libntp/ntp_calendar.c@1.20 +1 -1
+ [Bug 2821] minor build issues
+ + bug fixes
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.360.1.1 +2 -2
+ [Bug 2821] minor build issues
+ + bug fixes
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.227 +6 -6
+ [Bug 2821] minor build issues
+ + bug fixes
+
+ ntpd/ntp_io.c@1.428 +47 -6
+ [Bug 2821] minor build issues
+ + bug fixes
+
+ ntpd/rc_cmdlength.c@1.3 +2 -0
+ [Bug 2821] minor build issues
+ + bug fixes
+
+ ntpd/refclock_datum.c@1.24 +2 -1
+ [Bug 2821] minor build issues
+ + bug fixes
+
+ ntpd/refclock_gpsdjson.c@1.29 +2 -2
+ [Bug 2821] minor build issues
+ + bug fixes
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+ ntpd/refclock_jupiter.c@1.31 +1 -2
+ [Bug 2821] minor build issues
+ + bug fixes
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+ ntpd/refclock_true.c@1.26 +1 -1
+ [Bug 2821] minor build issues
+ + bug fixes
+
+ ntpdc/ntpdc.c@1.110 +1 -1
+ [Bug 2821] minor build issues
+ + bug fixes
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+ ntpq/ntpq-subs.c@1.123 +1 -1
+ [Bug 2821] minor build issues
+ + bug fixes
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+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.183.1.1 +5 -5
+ [Bug 2821] minor build issues
+ + bug fixes
+
+ChangeSet@1.3790.4.1, 2018-03-16 06:37:19+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+ - cond-compile if CMAC not supported
+ - fix tests when CMAC not available
+ - add #define ENABLE_CMAC support in configure
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1920.4.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+ ---
+ Bug 3471: add --enable-cmac support in configure
+ ---
+ Bug 3471: add #define ENABLE_CMAC support in configure
+
+ configure.ac@1.610.1.1 +11 -0
+ Bug 3471: add --enable-cmac support in configure
+ - add #define ENABLE_CMAC support in configure
+
+ include/ntp_md5.h@1.14 +6 -1
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+ ---
+ cleanup
+
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c@1.49.1.1 +6 -9
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+ - cond-compile if CMAC not supported
+ ---
+ cleanup
+
+ libntp/ssl_init.c@1.30 +17 -10
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+ - cond-compile if CMAC not supported
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.184 +15 -12
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+ - cond-compile if CMAC not supported
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.38 +1 -8
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+ - cond-compile if CMAC not supported
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_openssl.m4@1.29.1.1 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+ - header lookup
+
+ sntp/tests/crypto.c@1.16 +2 -2
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+ - fix tests when CMAC not available
+
+ sntp/tests/packetProcessing.c@1.17 +8 -0
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+ - fix tests when CMAC not available
+
+ tests/libntp/ssl_init.c@1.11 +4 -4
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+ - fix tests when CMAC not available
+
+ChangeSet@1.3790.3.3, 2018-03-15 23:16:22+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Bug 3471: add #define ENABLE_CMAC support in configure
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1920.3.3 +1 -1
+ Bug 3471: add #define ENABLE_CMAC support in configure
+
+ configure.ac@1.612 +6 -13
+ Bug 3471: add #define ENABLE_CMAC support in configure
+
+ChangeSet@1.3790.3.2, 2018-03-15 07:55:58+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Bug 3471: add --enable-cmac support in configure
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+ ChangeLog@1.1920.3.2 +1 -0
+ Bug 3471: add --enable-cmac support in configure
+
+ configure.ac@1.611 +18 -0
+ Bug 3471: add --enable-cmac support in configure
+
+ChangeSet@1.3790.3.1, 2018-03-15 06:55:28+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1920.3.1 +3 -0
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_openssl.m4@1.30 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h
+
+ChangeSet@1.3790.2.1, 2018-03-12 16:36:51+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3456] Use uintptr_t rather than size_t to store an integer in a pointer
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1920.2.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3456] Use uintptr_t rather than size_t to store an integer in a pointer
+
+ libntp/work_thread.c@1.23 +15 -2
+ [Bug 3456] Use uintptr_t rather than size_t to store an integer in a pointer
+ (sidekick: Check return value of write-to-pipe)
+
+ChangeSet@1.3790.1.1, 2018-03-12 08:28:18+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3470] ntpd4.2.8p11 fails to compile without OpenSSL
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1920.1.1 +3 -0
+ [Bug 3470] ntpd4.2.8p11 fails to compile without OpenSSL
+
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c@1.50 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3470] ntpd4.2.8p11 fails to compile without OpenSSL
+
+ util/sht.c@1.6 +4 -4
+ [Bug 3470] ntpd4.2.8p11 fails to compile without OpenSSL
+
+ChangeSet@1.3791, 2018-03-08 18:59:17+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3465] Default TTL values cannot be used
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1921 +3 -0
+ [Bug 3465] Default TTL values cannot be used
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.361 +6 -1
+ [Bug 3465] Default TTL values cannot be used
+ - config_ttl(): update 'sys_ttlmax' only when there was a table update, too!
+
+ChangeSet@1.3790, 2018-02-27 18:21:17-05:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
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+ChangeSet@1.3789, 2018-02-27 16:55:23-05:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
+ update-leap: check for -h/--help early. HStenn
+
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+ update-leap: check for -h/--help early. HStenn
+
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+ update-leap: check for -h/--help early. HStenn
+
+ChangeSet@1.3788, 2018-02-27 09:58:39-05:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
+ Some tests need LIBM on some OSes
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1918 +1 -0
+ Some tests need LIBM on some OSes
+
+ tests/bug-2803/Makefile.am@1.19 +1 -0
+ Some tests need LIBM on some OSes
+
+ tests/sandbox/Makefile.am@1.13 +1 -0
+ Some tests need LIBM on some OSes
+
+ tests/sec-2853/Makefile.am@1.9 +1 -0
+ Some tests need LIBM on some OSes
+
+ChangeSet@1.3787, 2018-02-27 08:09:05-05:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
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+ChangeSet@1.3720.59.1, 2018-02-27 05:59:07-05:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
+ Tweaks to UpdatePoint
+
+ scripts/build/UpdatePoint@1.8 +21 -1
+ Tweaks to UpdatePoint
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+
+ChangeSet@1.3784, 2018-02-24 06:46:21+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ VU # update to NEWS file
+
+ NEWS@1.190 +5 -5
+ VU # update to NEWS file
+
+ChangeSet@1.3783, 2018-02-21 00:51:56+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Add CVEs for security bugs in p11
+
+ NEWS@1.189 +6 -5
+ Add CVEs for security bugs in p11
+
+ChangeSet@1.3782, 2018-02-16 02:47:21-08:00, harlan@mb6.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Update description of Bug 3454 in the NEWS file.
+
+ NEWS@1.188 +37 -1
+ Update description of Bug 3454 in the NEWS file.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3781, 2018-02-16 02:45:50-08:00, harlan@mb6.tal1.ntfo.org
+ ntp_proto.c:receive(): Fix typos in 2 diagnostic debug lines
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.418 +2 -2
+ ntp_proto.c:receive(): Fix typos in 2 diagnostic debug lines
+
+ChangeSet@1.3780, 2018-02-13 01:31:39+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ NEWS file updates
+
+ NEWS@1.187 +256 -10
+ NEWS file updates
+
+ChangeSet@1.3779, 2018-02-11 11:02:07+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Use consistent 4th arg type for [gs]etsockopt
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1917 +1 -0
+ Use consistent 4th arg type for [gs]etsockopt
+
+ NEWS@1.186 +1 -1
+ Use consistent 4th arg type for [gs]etsockopt
+
+ packageinfo.sh@1.537 +1 -1
+ Use consistent 4th arg type for [gs]etsockopt
+
+ChangeSet@1.3777, 2018-02-11 11:47:25+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ getsockopt: 4th argument should be (void*)
+
+ ntpd/refclock_gpsdjson.c@1.28 +1 -1
+ getsockopt: 4th argument should be (void*)
+
+ ports/winnt/ntpd/ntp_iocompletionport.c@1.80 +1 -1
+ getsockopt: 4th argument should be (void*)
+
+ChangeSet@1.3775.1.1, 2018-02-11 02:20:02-08:00, harlan@mb6.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Initialize ippeerlimit in restrict_def[46]. HStenn
+
+ ntpd/ntp_restrict.c@1.46 +6 -0
+ Initialize ippeerlimit in restrict_def[46]. HStenn
+
+ChangeSet@1.3776, 2018-02-11 09:26:47+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ consistent casting of 'setsockopt' argument
+
+ ntpd/ntp_io.c@1.427 +20 -20
+ consistent casting of 'setsockopt' argument
+
+ ntpd/refclock_gpsdjson.c@1.27 +1 -1
+ consistent casting of 'setsockopt' argument
+
+ ntpdc/ntpdc.c@1.109 +2 -2
+ consistent casting of 'setsockopt' argument
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.183 +2 -2
+ consistent casting of 'setsockopt' argument
+
+ChangeSet@1.3772.1.1, 2018-02-09 16:05:30-08:00, harlan@mb6.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Rename restrict flags to rflags. Use an enum for their values. Provide dump_restricts().
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1913.1.1 +2 -0
+ Rename restrict flags to rflags. Use an enum for their values. Provide dump_restricts().
+
+ include/ntp.h@1.230 +12 -9
+ Rename restrict flags to rflags. Use an enum for their values. Provide dump_restricts().
+
+ include/ntp_request.h@1.51 +1 -1
+ Rename restrict flags to rflags. Use an enum for their values. Provide dump_restricts().
+
+ include/ntpd.h@1.203 +2 -1
+ Rename restrict flags to rflags. Use an enum for their values. Provide dump_restricts().
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.360 +72 -59
+ Rename restrict flags to rflags. Use an enum for their values. Provide dump_restricts().
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.224.1.1 +2 -1
+ Rename restrict flags to rflags. Use an enum for their values. Provide dump_restricts().
+
+ ntpd/ntp_io.c@1.424.1.1 +2 -2
+ Rename restrict flags to rflags. Use an enum for their values. Provide dump_restricts().
+
+ ntpd/ntp_peer.c@1.165 +6 -0
+ Rename restrict flags to rflags. Use an enum for their values. Provide dump_restricts().
+
+ ntpd/ntp_request.c@1.126 +17 -5
+ Rename restrict flags to rflags. Use an enum for their values. Provide dump_restricts().
+
+ ntpd/ntp_restrict.c@1.45 +134 -27
+ Rename restrict flags to rflags. Use an enum for their values. Provide dump_restricts().
+
+ ntpdc/layout.std@1.14 +1 -1
+ Rename restrict flags to rflags
+
+ ntpdc/ntpdc_ops.c@1.83 +3 -3
+ Rename restrict flags to rflags
+
+ tests/ntpd/ntp_restrict.c@1.7 +8 -8
+ Rename restrict flags to rflags
+
+ChangeSet@1.3773, 2018-02-07 08:14:35+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3457] OpenSSL FIPS mode regression
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1914 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3457] OpenSSL FIPS mode regression
+
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c@1.49 +7 -4
+ [Bug 3457] OpenSSL FIPS mode regression
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.225 +6 -0
+ [Bug 3457] OpenSSL FIPS mode regression
+
+ ntpd/ntp_crypto.c@1.190 +12 -0
+ [Bug 3457] OpenSSL FIPS mode regression
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.37 +14 -5
+ [Bug 3457] OpenSSL FIPS mode regression
+
+ChangeSet@1.3772, 2018-02-05 02:18:59-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ libntp/ssl_init.h only needs MD5_LENGTH if we don't have OpenSSL
+
+ libntp/ssl_init.c@1.29 +2 -1
+ libntp/ssl_init.h only needs MD5_LENGTH if we don't have OpenSSL
+
+ChangeSet@1.3771, 2018-02-04 03:54:19-08:00, harlan@max.pfcs.com
+ [Sec 3453] Interleaved symmetric mode cannot recover from bad state
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1913 +1 -0
+ [Sec 3453] Interleaved symmetric mode cannot recover from bad state
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.417 +2 -0
+ [Sec 3453] Interleaved symmetric mode cannot recover from bad state
+
+ChangeSet@1.3768.2.2, 2018-02-03 01:35:05-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ [Sec 3454] Unauthenticated packet can reset authenticated interleave associations
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1910.2.1 +2 -0
+ [Sec 3454] Unauthenticated packet can reset authenticated interleave associations
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.416 +142 -15
+ [Sec 3454] Unauthenticated packet can reset authenticated interleave associations
+
+ChangeSet@1.3768.2.1, 2018-02-03 01:22:07-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ cleanup
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.def@1.31 +3 -3
+ cleanup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3768.1.2, 2018-02-02 07:37:12+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3455] ntpd doesn't use scope id when binding multicast
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1910.1.1 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3455] ntpd doesn't use scope id when binding multicast
+
+ ntpd/ntp_io.c@1.425 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3455] ntpd doesn't use scope id when binding multicast
+
+ChangeSet@1.3768.1.1, 2018-01-26 16:58:55-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ type
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.def@1.30 +1 -1
+ type
+
+ChangeSet@1.3769, 2018-01-26 17:12:19+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3452] PARSE driver prints uninitialized memory
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1911 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3452] PARSE driver prints uninitialized memory
+
+ ntpd/refclock_parse.c@1.86 +10 -3
+ [Bug 3452] PARSE driver prints uninitialized memory
+ - avoid underflow in buffer length calculation
+
+ChangeSet@1.3768, 2018-01-25 22:47:05-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Properly set ippeerlimit in hack_restrict()
+
+ ntpd/ntp_restrict.c@1.44 +1 -0
+ Properly set ippeerlimit in hack_restrict()
+
+ChangeSet@1.3767, 2018-01-26 05:24:23+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Show ippeerlimit for the address of the incoming packet
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.415 +2 -2
+ Show ippeerlimit for the address of the incoming packet
+
+ChangeSet@1.3766, 2018-01-24 08:44:24+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Update ntpq peer documentation to describe the 'p' type
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1910 +1 -0
+ Update ntpq peer documentation to describe the 'p' type
+
+ NEWS@1.185 +1 -1
+ Update ntpq peer documentation to describe the 'p' type
+
+ html/ntpq.html@1.52 +11 -4
+ Update ntpq peer documentation to describe the 'p' type
+
+ ntpq/invoke-ntpq.texi@1.520 +4 -2
+ Update ntpq peer documentation to describe the 'p' type
+
+ ntpq/ntpq-opts.c@1.537 +7 -7
+ Update ntpq peer documentation to describe the 'p' type
+
+ ntpq/ntpq-opts.def@1.32 +2 -0
+ Update ntpq peer documentation to describe the 'p' type
+
+ ntpq/ntpq-opts.h@1.535 +3 -3
+ Update ntpq peer documentation to describe the 'p' type
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.1ntpqman@1.348 +4 -2
+ Update ntpq peer documentation to describe the 'p' type
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.1ntpqmdoc@1.348 +4 -2
+ Update ntpq peer documentation to describe the 'p' type
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.html@1.186 +1 -1
+ Update ntpq peer documentation to describe the 'p' type
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.man.in@1.348 +4 -2
+ Update ntpq peer documentation to describe the 'p' type
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.mdoc.in@1.348 +4 -2
+ Update ntpq peer documentation to describe the 'p' type
+
+ChangeSet@1.3765, 2018-01-24 07:51:14+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ NEWS update
+
+ NEWS@1.184 +15 -16
+ NEWS update
+
+ChangeSet@1.3761.1.1, 2018-01-23 23:03:23-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Pass ippeerlimit to all newpeer() calls.
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.414 +14 -12
+ Pass ippeerlimit to all newpeer() calls.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3763, 2018-01-23 12:43:17+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Update NEWS file
+
+ NEWS@1.183 +39 -3
+ Update NEWS file
+
+ChangeSet@1.3762, 2018-01-22 12:35:36+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Update the documentation for ippeerlimit and noepeer
+
+ html/accopt.html@1.47 +139 -45
+ Update the documentation for ippeerlimit and noepeer
+
+ ntpd/invoke-ntp.conf.texi@1.212 +26 -18
+ Update the documentation for ippeerlimit and noepeer
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.5man@1.246 +28 -20
+ Update the documentation for ippeerlimit and noepeer
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.5mdoc@1.246 +30 -8
+ Update the documentation for ippeerlimit and noepeer
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.def@1.29 +28 -6
+ Update the documentation for ippeerlimit and noepeer
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.man.in@1.246 +28 -20
+ Update the documentation for ippeerlimit and noepeer
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.mdoc.in@1.246 +30 -8
+ Update the documentation for ippeerlimit and noepeer
+
+ tests/ntpd/run-ntp_restrict.c@1.8 +6 -6
+ Update the test runner for the updated restrictions() code
+
+ChangeSet@1.3761, 2018-01-22 02:55:41-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ restrictions() must return restrict flags and ippeerlimit. Implement ippeerlimit.
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1909 +1 -0
+ restrictions() must return restrict flags and ippeerlimit. Implement ippeerlimit.
+
+ include/ntp.h@1.229 +6 -0
+ restrictions() must return restrict flags and ippeerlimit. Implement ippeerlimit.
+
+ include/ntpd.h@1.202 +7 -7
+ restrictions() must return restrict flags and ippeerlimit. Implement ippeerlimit.
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.359 +7 -0
+ restrictions() must return restrict flags and ippeerlimit. Implement ippeerlimit.
+
+ ntpd/ntp_peer.c@1.164 +15 -1
+ restrictions() must return restrict flags and ippeerlimit. Implement ippeerlimit.
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.413 +18 -13
+ restrictions() must return restrict flags and ippeerlimit. Implement ippeerlimit.
+
+ ntpd/ntp_request.c@1.125 +4 -1
+ restrictions() must return restrict flags and ippeerlimit. Implement ippeerlimit.
+
+ ntpd/ntp_restrict.c@1.43 +16 -10
+ restrictions() must return restrict flags and ippeerlimit. Implement ippeerlimit.
+
+ ntpd/ntpsim.c@1.33 +1 -0
+ restrictions() must return restrict flags and ippeerlimit. Implement ippeerlimit.
+
+ tests/ntpd/ntp_restrict.c@1.6 +21 -8
+ restrictions() must return restrict flags and ippeerlimit. Implement ippeerlimit.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3760, 2018-01-21 12:45:31+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ ntp.conf.def tweaks
+
+ ntpd/invoke-ntp.conf.texi@1.211 +6 -6
+ ntp.conf.def tweaks
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.5man@1.245 +3358 -6
+ ntp.conf.def tweaks
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.5mdoc@1.245 +3192 -6
+ ntp.conf.def tweaks
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.def@1.28 +5 -5
+ ntp.conf.def tweaks
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.html@1.194 +267 -68
+ ntp.conf.def tweaks
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.man.in@1.245 +3358 -6
+ ntp.conf.def tweaks
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.mdoc.in@1.245 +3192 -6
+ ntp.conf.def tweaks
+
+ ntpd/ntp.keys.html@1.195 +10 -2
+ ntp.conf.def tweaks
+
+ChangeSet@1.3759, 2018-01-21 03:34:08-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ ntp_parser.y, ntp_parser.c, ChangeLog:
+ Warn the user if deprecated "driftfile name WanderThreshold" is used
+ Many files:
+ Update the documentation in ntp.conf.def
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1908 +1 -0
+ Update the documentation in ntp.conf.def
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1907 +1 -0
+ Warn the user if deprecated "driftfile name WanderThreshold" is used
+
+ ntpd/invoke-ntp.conf.texi@1.210 +238 -22
+ Update the documentation in ntp.conf.def
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.5man@1.244 +2 -2
+ Update the documentation in ntp.conf.def
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.5mdoc@1.244 +2 -2
+ Update the documentation in ntp.conf.def
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.def@1.27 +269 -27
+ Update the documentation in ntp.conf.def
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.man.in@1.244 +2 -2
+ Update the documentation in ntp.conf.def
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.mdoc.in@1.244 +2 -2
+ Update the documentation in ntp.conf.def
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.c@1.112 +107 -103
+ Warn the user if deprecated "driftfile name WanderThreshold" is used
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.y@1.100 +4 -0
+ Warn the user if deprecated "driftfile name WanderThreshold" is used
+
+ChangeSet@1.3758, 2018-01-20 20:45:47-08:00, harlan@psp-at1.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Decode interface flags on receive() debug output
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1906 +1 -0
+ Decode interface flags on receive() debug output
+
+ include/ntp.h@1.228 +2 -1
+ Decode interface flags on receive() debug output
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.358 +92 -19
+ Decode interface flags on receive() debug output
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.412 +3 -2
+ Decode interface flags on receive() debug output
+
+ChangeSet@1.3757, 2018-01-20 03:41:34-08:00, harlan@psp-at1.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Decode restrict flags on receive() debug output
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1905 +1 -0
+ Decode restrict flags on receive() debug output
+
+ include/ntp.h@1.227 +3 -0
+ Decode restrict flags on receive() debug output
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.357 +141 -4
+ Decode restrict flags on receive() debug output
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.411 +3 -2
+ Decode restrict flags on receive() debug output
+
+ChangeSet@1.3756, 2018-01-20 00:35:52-08:00, harlan@mb6.tal1.ntfo.org
+ typo
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.356 +2 -2
+ typo
+
+ChangeSet@1.3755, 2018-01-20 00:33:06-08:00, harlan@mb6.tal1.ntfo.org
+ When dumping restrict nodes, use const char * for address and mask
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.355 +5 -2
+ When dumping restrict nodes, use const char * for address and mask
+
+ChangeSet@1.3754, 2018-01-19 23:19:41-08:00, harlan@mb6.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Improve saveconfig output
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1904 +1 -0
+ Improve saveconfig output
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.354 +33 -3
+ Improve saveconfig output
+
+ChangeSet@1.3753, 2018-01-17 22:12:36-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Rename the configuration flag fifo variables
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1903 +1 -0
+ Rename the configuration flag fifo variables
+
+ include/ntp_config.h@1.86 +1 -1
+ Rename the configuration flag fifo variables
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.353 +21 -21
+ Rename the configuration flag fifo variables
+
+ChangeSet@1.3752, 2018-01-17 04:34:17-08:00, harlan@psp-at1.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Add DPRINTF(2,...) lines to receive() for packet drops
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1902 +1 -0
+ Add DPRINTF(2,...) lines to receive() for packet drops
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.410 +49 -1
+ Add DPRINTF(2,...) lines to receive() for packet drops
+
+ChangeSet@1.3751, 2018-01-16 20:06:43-08:00, harlan@psp-at1.tal1.ntfo.org
+ ippeerlimt: hook in ip_count support
+
+ include/ntpd.h@1.201 +1 -1
+ ippeerlimt: hook in ip_count support
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.352 +2 -2
+ ippeerlimt: hook in ip_count support
+
+ ntpd/ntp_peer.c@1.163 +27 -12
+ ippeerlimt: hook in ip_count support
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.409 +6 -6
+ ippeerlimt: hook in ip_count support
+
+ ntpd/ntp_refclock.c@1.126 +2 -2
+ ippeerlimt: hook in ip_count support
+
+ ntpd/ntp_request.c@1.124 +9 -9
+ ippeerlimt: hook in ip_count support
+
+ChangeSet@1.3750, 2018-01-15 23:35:22-08:00, harlan@psp-at1.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1901 +1 -1
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ include/ntp.h@1.226 +6 -5
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ include/ntp_config.h@1.85 +7 -5
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ include/ntp_request.h@1.50 +1 -0
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ include/ntpd.h@1.200 +1 -1
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ ntpd/complete.conf.in@1.33 +8 -8
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ ntpd/keyword-gen-utd@1.32 +1 -1
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ ntpd/keyword-gen.c@1.38 +1 -0
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.351 +17 -11
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ ntpd/ntp_io.c@1.424 +2 -2
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ ntpd/ntp_keyword.h@1.34 +784 -774
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.c@1.111 +1089 -1055
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.h@1.74 +274 -272
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.y@1.99 +36 -13
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ ntpd/ntp_request.c@1.123 +2 -1
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ ntpd/ntp_restrict.c@1.42 +8 -5
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ ntpdc/layout.std@1.13 +7 -6
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ tests/ntpd/ntp_restrict.c@1.5 +12 -12
+ Bug 3415: implement ippeerlimit
+
+ChangeSet@1.3747.1.1, 2018-01-13 00:42:58-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Cleanup description of Sec 3415
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1898.1.1 +2 -1
+ Cleanup description of Sec 3415
+
+ChangeSet@1.3747, 2018-01-12 01:29:33-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Distribute testconf.yml
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1898 +1 -0
+ Distribute testconf.yml
+
+ sntp/tests/Makefile.am@1.72 +1 -0
+ Distribute testconf.yml
+
+ tests/bug-2803/Makefile.am@1.18 +4 -0
+ Distribute testconf.yml
+
+ tests/libntp/Makefile.am@1.99 +4 -0
+ Distribute testconf.yml
+
+ tests/ntpd/Makefile.am@1.36 +4 -0
+ Distribute testconf.yml
+
+ tests/ntpq/Makefile.am@1.14 +4 -0
+ Distribute testconf.yml
+
+ tests/sandbox/Makefile.am@1.12 +4 -0
+ Distribute testconf.yml
+
+ tests/sec-2853/Makefile.am@1.8 +4 -0
+ Distribute testconf.yml
+
+ChangeSet@1.3746, 2018-01-12 01:24:20-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ [Sec 3415] Multiple authenticated ephemeral associations.
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1897 +1 -0
+ [Sec 3415] Multiple authenticated ephemeral associations.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3745, 2018-01-11 12:25:17+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1896 +2 -0
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ NEWS@1.182 +3 -0
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ html/keygen.html@1.36 +350 -138
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ include/ntp_request.h@1.49 +2 -0
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ include/ntpd.h@1.199 +10 -9
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ libntp/systime.c@1.74 +12 -6
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ ntpd/invoke-ntp.keys.texi@1.198 +11 -3
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ ntpd/ntp.keys.5man@1.232 +12 -4
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ ntpd/ntp.keys.5mdoc@1.232 +12 -4
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ ntpd/ntp.keys.def@1.12 +10 -2
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ ntpd/ntp.keys.man.in@1.232 +12 -4
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ ntpd/ntp.keys.mdoc.in@1.232 +12 -4
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.224 +109 -97
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.c@1.110 +154 -154
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.h@1.73 +4 -4
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.408 +2 -0
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ ntpd/ntp_request.c@1.122 +2 -0
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ ntpdc/layout.std@1.12 +3 -1
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ ntpq/ntpq-subs.c@1.122 +4 -0
+ sys_lamport and sys_tsrounding. Document .../N in ntp.keys
+
+ChangeSet@1.3744, 2018-01-10 17:48:26+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3450] Dubious error messages from plausibility checks in get_systime()
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1895 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3450] Dubious error messages from plausibility checks in get_systime()
+
+ libntp/systime.c@1.73 +31 -31
+ [Bug 3450] Dubious error messages from plausibility checks in get_systime()
+ - use ceiling when converting sys_fuzz to nsecs
+ - make sure the time stamps in l_fp format increase when truncation errors hit
+ - use DPRINTF() instead of syslog -- this is expected to happen from time to time
+
+ChangeSet@1.3743, 2018-01-08 04:20:20-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ [Sec 3012] Sybil vulnerability: noepeer support
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1894 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3012] Sybil vulnerability: noepeer support
+
+ChangeSet@1.3742, 2018-01-08 00:02:07-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Document noepeer
+
+ html/accopt.html@1.46 +2 -2
+ Document noepeer
+
+ ntpd/invoke-ntp.conf.texi@1.209 +10 -6
+ Document noepeer
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.5man@1.243 +9 -3127
+ Document noepeer
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.5mdoc@1.243 +7 -2947
+ Document noepeer
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.def@1.26 +9 -5
+ Document noepeer
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.man.in@1.243 +9 -3127
+ Document noepeer
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.mdoc.in@1.243 +7 -2947
+ Document noepeer
+
+ChangeSet@1.3741, 2018-01-06 03:43:02-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ noepeer support
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1893 +1 -0
+ noepeer support
+
+ html/accopt.html@1.45 +3 -1
+ noepeer support
+
+ include/ntp.h@1.225 +12 -10
+ noepeer support
+
+ libntp/statestr.c@1.30 +147 -137
+ noepeer support
+
+ ntpd/keyword-gen-utd@1.31 +1 -1
+ noepeer support
+
+ ntpd/keyword-gen.c@1.37 +2 -0
+ noepeer support
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.350 +5 -1
+ noepeer support
+
+ ntpd/ntp_keyword.h@1.33 +902 -891
+ noepeer support
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.c@1.109 +1120 -1120
+ noepeer support
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.h@1.72 +326 -322
+ noepeer support
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.y@1.98 +5 -1
+ noepeer support
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.407 +36 -28
+ noepeer support
+
+ChangeSet@1.3737.1.2, 2018-01-02 14:59:21+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ fix typo / warning for VisualC
+
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c@1.48 +2 -2
+ fix typo / warning for VisualC
+
+ChangeSet@1.3739, 2017-12-31 02:49:37-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ authistrustedip() - use it in more places
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1892 +2 -1
+ authistrustedip() - use it in more places
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.223 +1 -1
+ authistrustedip() - use it in more places
+
+ ntpd/ntp_request.c@1.121 +1 -0
+ authistrustedip() - use it in more places
+
+ChangeSet@1.3737.1.1, 2017-12-31 11:03:00+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ make 'authistrustedip()' more flexible
+
+ libntp/authkeys.c@1.41 +6 -7
+ make 'authistrustedip()' more flexible
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.6.1, 2017-12-30 03:54:30-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ record_raw_stats cleanup
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.406 +53 -4
+ record_raw_stats cleanup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3737, 2017-12-30 10:01:53+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ unit tests: avoid CD to source dir when calling ruby
+
+ sntp/tests/Makefile.am@1.71 +10 -10
+ unit tests: avoid CD to source dir when calling ruby
+
+ sntp/unity/auto/generate_test_runner.rb@1.12 +2 -2
+ generator emits only module name, not module path, to generated code
+
+ tests/bug-2803/Makefile.am@1.17 +2 -2
+ unit tests: avoid CD to source dir when calling ruby
+
+ tests/libntp/Makefile.am@1.98 +40 -40
+ unit tests: avoid CD to source dir when calling ruby
+
+ tests/ntpd/Makefile.am@1.35 +7 -7
+ unit tests: avoid CD to source dir when calling ruby
+
+ tests/ntpq/Makefile.am@1.13 +2 -2
+ unit tests: avoid CD to source dir when calling ruby
+
+ tests/sandbox/Makefile.am@1.11 +4 -4
+ unit tests: avoid CD to source dir when calling ruby
+
+ tests/sec-2853/Makefile.am@1.7 +2 -2
+ unit tests: avoid CD to source dir when calling ruby
+
+ChangeSet@1.3736, 2017-12-30 08:10:36+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Clean up directory paths for test programs
+
+ sntp/tests/Makefile.am@1.70 +3 -3
+ Clean up directory paths for test programs
+
+ tests/bug-2803/Makefile.am@1.16 +3 -3
+ Clean up directory paths for test programs
+
+ tests/libntp/Makefile.am@1.97 +3 -3
+ Clean up directory paths for test programs
+
+ tests/ntpd/Makefile.am@1.34 +3 -3
+ Clean up directory paths for test programs
+
+ tests/ntpq/Makefile.am@1.12 +3 -3
+ Clean up directory paths for test programs
+
+ tests/sandbox/Makefile.am@1.10 +3 -3
+ Clean up directory paths for test programs
+
+ tests/sec-2853/Makefile.am@1.6 +3 -3
+ Clean up directory paths for test programs
+
+ChangeSet@1.3735, 2017-12-30 07:49:54+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ address matching: cleanup & unit tests
+
+ libntp/authkeys.c@1.40 +29 -3
+ address matching: cleanup & unit tests
+ - improve handling of invalid addresses
+
+ tests/libntp/authkeys.c@1.16 +173 -45
+ address matching: cleanup & unit tests
+ - add test cases
+
+ tests/libntp/run-authkeys.c@1.14 +19 -7
+ address matching: cleanup & unit tests
+ - update auto-generated file
+
+ChangeSet@1.3734, 2017-12-29 10:53:55+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ implement mask/prefix match on addresses for key lookup
+
+ include/ntp_keyacc.h@1.4 +6 -2
+ implement mask/prefix match on addresses for key lookup
+
+ libntp/authkeys.c@1.39 +73 -2
+ implement mask/prefix match on addresses for key lookup
+
+ libntp/authreadkeys.c@1.32 +13 -19
+ cleanup of mask parsing, accept excessive masks
+
+ libntp/ssl_init.c@1.28 +1 -2
+ cleanup use of loval vars
+
+ChangeSet@1.3730.1.9, 2017-12-28 22:48:21-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Allow .../N to specify subnet bits for IPs in ntp.keys
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1891 +1 -0
+ Allow .../N to specify subnet bits for IPs in ntp.keys
+
+ include/ntp_keyacc.h@1.3 +3 -1
+ Allow .../N to specify subnet bits for IPs in ntp.keys
+
+ libntp/authkeys.c@1.38 +4 -1
+ Allow .../N to specify subnet bits for IPs in ntp.keys
+
+ libntp/authreadkeys.c@1.31 +47 -7
+ Allow .../N to specify subnet bits for IPs in ntp.keys
+
+ChangeSet@1.3730.1.8, 2017-12-28 22:42:07-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ [Bug 2900] libntp build order problem
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1890 +1 -0
+ [Bug 2900] libntp build order problem
+
+ Makefile.am@1.136 +1 -1
+ [Bug 2900] libntp build order problem
+
+ sntp/check-libntp.mf@1.3 +0 -1
+ [Bug 2900] libntp build order problem
+
+ChangeSet@1.3730.1.7, 2017-12-28 00:09:57-08:00, harlan@psp-at1.tal1.ntfo.org
+ sntp: show the IP of who sent us a crypto-NAK
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1889 +1 -0
+ sntp: show the IP of who sent us a crypto-NAK
+
+ sntp/networking.c@1.69 +6 -2
+ sntp: show the IP of who sent us a crypto-NAK
+
+ChangeSet@1.3730.1.6, 2017-12-25 19:53:47-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Clean up libevent configure checks
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1888 +1 -0
+ Clean up libevent configure checks
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_libevent.m4@1.20 +6 -7
+ Clean up libevent configure checks
+
+ChangeSet@1.3730.1.5, 2017-12-25 18:07:37-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ prepend "yes, " to the displayed value of pkg-config --modversion
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_libevent.m4@1.19 +1 -1
+ prepend "yes, " to the displayed value of pkg-config --modversion
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_openssl.m4@1.29 +1 -1
+ prepend "yes, " to the displayed value of pkg-config --modversion
+
+ChangeSet@1.3730.2.1, 2017-12-25 04:53:42-08:00, harlan@psp-at1.tal1.ntfo.org
+ When using pkg-config, report --modversion
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1887 +1 -0
+ When using pkg-config, report --modversion
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_libevent.m4@1.18 +6 -1
+ When using pkg-config, report --modversion
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_openssl.m4@1.28 +6 -1
+ When using pkg-config, report --modversion
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.5.2, 2017-12-22 14:53:55+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ SNTP: separate MAC computation from copy or compare
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.36 +85 -56
+ separate MAC computation from copy or compare
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.4.1, 2017-12-21 07:59:17+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ zero-pad or truncate AES128CMAC keys to exactly 16byte
+
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c@1.47 +14 -6
+ zero-pad or truncate AES128CMAC keys to exactly 16byte
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.32.1.1 +15 -23
+ zero-pad or truncate AES128CMAC keys to exactly 16byte
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.1.17, 2017-12-13 20:30:41-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ update-leap: updates from Paul McMath
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1885 +1 -0
+ update-leap: updates from Paul McMath
+
+ scripts/update-leap/update-leap.in@1.5 +13 -12
+ update-leap: updates from Paul McMath
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.3.9, 2017-12-13 03:21:32-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ sntp: pkt_output(): Improve debug output.
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.5.8 +1 -0
+ sntp: pkt_output(): Improve debug output.
+
+ libntp/authreadkeys.c@1.27.1.2 +1 -0
+ Minor cleanup
+
+ sntp/utilities.c@1.20 +1 -1
+ sntp: pkt_output(): Improve debug output.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.3.8, 2017-12-13 02:14:15-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ sntp: tweak key file logging.
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.5.7 +1 -0
+ sntp: tweak key file logging.
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.25.1.4 +10 -4
+ sntp: tweak key file logging.
+
+ sntp/main.c@1.102 +1 -2
+ sntp: tweak key file logging.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.3.7, 2017-12-12 19:15:09-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ [Bug 3405] update-leap.in: general cleanup, HTTPS support. Paul McMath.
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.5.6 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3405] update-leap.in: general cleanup, HTTPS support. Paul McMath.
+
+ NEWS@1.181 +6 -0
+ [Bug 3405] update-leap.in: general cleanup, HTTPS support. Paul McMath.
+
+ scripts/update-leap/update-leap.in@1.4 +358 -312
+ [Bug 3405] update-leap.in: general cleanup, HTTPS support. Paul McMath.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.3.6, 2017-12-11 11:55:35+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Deal with NULL src when calling record_raw_stats()
+
+ ntpd/ntp_io.c@1.423 +1 -1
+ Deal with NULL src when calling record_raw_stats()
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.3.5, 2017-12-11 03:31:22-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Handle a null srcadr in record_raw_stats()
+
+ ntpd/ntp_util.c@1.119 +2 -1
+ Handle a null srcadr in record_raw_stats()
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.1.14, 2017-12-11 08:52:38+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ merge cleanup
+
+ sntp/invoke-sntp.texi@1.512 +1 -1
+ merge cleanup
+
+ sntp/sntp-opts.c@1.531 +95 -92
+ merge cleanup
+
+ sntp/sntp-opts.h@1.529 +1 -1
+ merge cleanup
+
+ sntp/sntp.1sntpman@1.347 +7 -2
+ merge cleanup
+
+ sntp/sntp.1sntpmdoc@1.347 +7 -2
+ merge cleanup
+
+ sntp/sntp.man.in@1.347 +7 -2
+ merge cleanup
+
+ sntp/sntp.mdoc.in@1.347 +7 -2
+ merge cleanup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.1.12, 2017-12-09 10:39:12+01:00, jnperlin@hydra.localnet
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1882 +1 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+
+ sntp/tests/Makefile.am@1.69 +3 -2
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - use YAML config to setup test suites
+
+ sntp/tests/run-crypto.c@1.8 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ sntp/tests/run-keyFile.c@1.10 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ sntp/tests/run-kodDatabase.c@1.10 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ sntp/tests/run-kodFile.c@1.8 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ sntp/tests/run-networking.c@1.4 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ sntp/tests/run-packetHandling.c@1.7 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ sntp/tests/run-packetProcessing.c@1.13 +8 -0
+ Bug 2878 - Tests are cluttering up syslog
+
+ sntp/tests/run-t-log.c@1.6 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ sntp/tests/run-utilities.c@1.7 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ sntp/tests/testconf.yml@1.1 +9 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - generator configuration to redirect syslog to stderr
+
+ sntp/tests/testconf.yml@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ sntp/unity/auto/generate_test_runner.rb@1.11 +1 -1
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - fix prototype of generated 'suite_setup()' function
+
+ tests/bug-2803/Makefile.am@1.15 +2 -1
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - use YAML config to setup test suites
+
+ tests/bug-2803/run-bug-2803.c@1.10 +8 -2
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/bug-2803/testconf.yml@1.1 +9 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - generator configuration to redirect syslog to stderr
+
+ tests/bug-2803/testconf.yml@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ tests/bug-3102/testconf.yml@1.1 +9 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - generator configuration to redirect syslog to stderr
+
+ tests/bug-3102/testconf.yml@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ tests/libntp/Makefile.am@1.96 +3 -2
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - use YAML config to setup test suites
+
+ tests/libntp/run-a_md5encrypt.c@1.16 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-atoint.c@1.9 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-atouint.c@1.10 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-authkeys.c@1.13 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-buftvtots.c@1.7 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-calendar.c@1.13 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-caljulian.c@1.14 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-caltontp.c@1.6 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-calyearstart.c@1.8 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-clocktime.c@1.11 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-decodenetnum.c@1.12 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-hextoint.c@1.10 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-hextolfp.c@1.9 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-humandate.c@1.8 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-lfpfunc.c@1.20 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-lfptostr.c@1.9 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-modetoa.c@1.13 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-msyslog.c@1.10 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-netof.c@1.9 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-numtoa.c@1.12 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-numtohost.c@1.12 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-octtoint.c@1.8 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-prettydate.c@1.7 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-recvbuff.c@1.6 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-refidsmear.c@1.9 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-refnumtoa.c@1.10 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-sfptostr.c@1.8 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-socktoa.c@1.15 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-ssl_init.c@1.10 +17 -5
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-statestr.c@1.12 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-strtolfp.c@1.7 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-timespecops.c@1.12 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-timevalops.c@1.15 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-tsafememcmp.c@1.2 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-tstotv.c@1.6 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-tvtots.c@1.7 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-uglydate.c@1.12 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-vi64ops.c@1.9 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/run-ymd2yd.c@1.12 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/libntp/testconf.yml@1.1 +9 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - generator configuration to redirect syslog to stderr
+
+ tests/libntp/testconf.yml@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ tests/ntpd/Makefile.am@1.33 +2 -1
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - use YAML config to setup test suites
+
+ tests/ntpd/run-leapsec.c@1.6.1.1 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/ntpd/run-ntp_prio_q.c@1.4.1.1 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/ntpd/run-ntp_restrict.c@1.5.1.1 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/ntpd/run-rc_cmdlength.c@1.4.1.1 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/ntpd/run-t-ntp_scanner.c@1.5.1.1 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/ntpd/run-t-ntp_signd.c@1.12 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/ntpd/testconf.yml@1.1 +9 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - generator configuration to redirect syslog to stderr
+
+ tests/ntpd/testconf.yml@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ tests/ntpq/Makefile.am@1.11 +2 -1
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - use YAML config to setup test suites
+
+ tests/ntpq/run-t-ntpq.c@1.4 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/ntpq/testconf.yml@1.1 +9 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - generator configuration to redirect syslog to stderr
+
+ tests/ntpq/testconf.yml@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ tests/sandbox/Makefile.am@1.9 +2 -1
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - use YAML config to setup test suites
+
+ tests/sandbox/run-modetoa.c@1.4 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/sandbox/run-uglydate.c@1.8 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/sandbox/run-ut-2803.c@1.3 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/sandbox/testconf.yml@1.1 +9 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - generator configuration to redirect syslog to stderr
+
+ tests/sandbox/testconf.yml@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ tests/sec-2853/Makefile.am@1.5 +4 -2
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - use YAML config to setup test suites
+
+ tests/sec-2853/run-sec-2853.c@1.6 +8 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - auto-regenerated test driver
+
+ tests/sec-2853/testconf.yml@1.1 +9 -0
+ [Bug 2878] Tests are cluttering up syslog
+ - generator configuration to redirect syslog to stderr
+
+ tests/sec-2853/testconf.yml@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.1.11, 2017-12-08 07:14:36+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3447] AES-128-CMAC (fixes)
+ - refactoring the MAC code, too
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1881 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3447] AES-128-CMAC (fixes)
+ - refactoring the MAC code, too
+
+ include/ntp_stdlib.h@1.86 +2 -2
+ [Bug 3447] AES-128-CMAC (fixes)
+ - refactoring the MAC code, too
+
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c@1.46 +163 -174
+ [Bug 3447] AES-128-CMAC (fixes)
+ - refactoring the MAC code, too
+
+ libntp/authkeys.c@1.37 +6 -3
+ [Bug 3447] AES-128-CMAC (fixes)
+ - refactoring the MAC code, too
+
+ libntp/libssl_compat.c@1.5 +4 -1
+ [Bug 3447] AES-128-CMAC (fixes)
+ - refactoring the MAC code, too
+
+ tests/libntp/a_md5encrypt.c@1.16 +4 -8
+ [Bug 3447] AES-128-CMAC (fixes)
+ - refactoring the MAC code, too
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.3.4, 2017-12-07 10:56:10+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Update monopt.html with the new rawstats information
+
+ html/monopt.html@1.41 +21 -5
+ Update monopt.html with the new rawstats information
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.1.10, 2017-12-06 21:15:12+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3447] AES-128-CMAC (fixes)
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1880 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3447] AES-128-CMAC (fixes)
+
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c@1.45 +151 -168
+ [Bug 3447] AES-128-CMAC (fixes)
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.32 +77 -82
+ [Bug 3447] AES-128-CMAC (fixes)
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.3.3, 2017-12-05 20:23:17-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ [Bug 3433] sntp crashes when run with -a
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.5.5 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3433] sntp crashes when run with -a
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.25.1.3 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3433] sntp crashes when run with -a
+
+ sntp/invoke-sntp.texi@1.509.1.1 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3433] sntp crashes when run with -a
+
+ sntp/main.c@1.101 +19 -7
+ [Bug 3433] sntp crashes when run with -a
+
+ sntp/sntp-opts.c@1.528.1.1 +95 -92
+ [Bug 3433] sntp crashes when run with -a
+
+ sntp/sntp-opts.def@1.48 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3433] sntp crashes when run with -a
+
+ sntp/sntp-opts.h@1.526.1.1 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3433] sntp crashes when run with -a
+
+ sntp/sntp.1sntpman@1.342.1.3 +8 -3
+ [Bug 3433] sntp crashes when run with -a
+
+ sntp/sntp.1sntpmdoc@1.342.1.3 +7 -2
+ [Bug 3433] sntp crashes when run with -a
+
+ sntp/sntp.html@1.523.2.3 +104 -80
+ [Bug 3433] sntp crashes when run with -a
+
+ sntp/sntp.man.in@1.342.1.3 +8 -3
+ [Bug 3433] sntp crashes when run with -a
+
+ sntp/sntp.mdoc.in@1.342.1.3 +7 -2
+ [Bug 3433] sntp crashes when run with -a
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.3.2, 2017-12-05 18:48:06-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Add comment about client-mode pkt->rootdisp
+
+ ntpd/ntp_io.c@1.422 +1 -0
+ Add comment about client-mode pkt->rootdisp
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.3.1, 2017-12-04 00:24:49-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ record_raw_stats(): Log entire packet. Log writes.
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.5.4 +1 -0
+ record_raw_stats(): Log entire packet. Log writes.
+
+ include/ntpd.h@1.198 +1 -1
+ record_raw_stats(): Log entire packet. Log writes.
+
+ ntpd/ntp_io.c@1.421 +13 -0
+ record_raw_stats(): Log entire packet. Log writes.
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.405 +2 -1
+ record_raw_stats(): Log entire packet. Log writes.
+
+ ntpd/ntp_util.c@1.118 +15 -2
+ record_raw_stats(): Log entire packet. Log writes.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.1.9, 2017-12-03 02:49:10-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Many files:
+ new file
+
+ libntp/aes/FROM@1.1 +1 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/FROM
+
+ libntp/aes/FROM@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/Makefile.am@1.1 +24 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/Makefile.am
+
+ libntp/aes/Makefile.am@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/README@1.1 +56 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/README
+
+ libntp/aes/README@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/aes-omac1.c@1.1 +118 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/aes-omac1.c
+
+ libntp/aes/aes-omac1.c@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/aes.h@1.1 +21 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/aes.h
+
+ libntp/aes/aes.h@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/aes_wrap.h@1.1 +64 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/aes_wrap.h
+
+ libntp/aes/aes_wrap.h@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/ar-lib@1.1 +270 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/ar-lib
+
+ libntp/aes/ar-lib@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/build_config.h@1.1 +77 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/build_config.h
+
+ libntp/aes/build_config.h@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/common.h@1.1 +489 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/common.h
+
+ libntp/aes/common.h@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/compile@1.1 +347 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/compile
+
+ libntp/aes/compile@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/configure.ac@1.1 +37 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/configure.ac
+
+ libntp/aes/configure.ac@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/depcomp@1.1 +791 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/depcomp
+
+ libntp/aes/depcomp@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/includes.h@1.1 +50 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/includes.h
+
+ libntp/aes/includes.h@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/missing@1.1 +215 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/missing
+
+ libntp/aes/missing@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/os.h@1.1 +539 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/os.h
+
+ libntp/aes/os.h@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/rfc4493-test.c@1.1 +256 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/rfc4493-test.c
+
+ libntp/aes/rfc4493-test.c@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/test-aes-libtomcrypt.c@1.1 +101 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/test-aes-libtomcrypt.c
+
+ libntp/aes/test-aes-libtomcrypt.c@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/test-aes-openssl.c@1.1 +71 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/test-aes-openssl.c
+
+ libntp/aes/test-aes-openssl.c@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/validate-aes.c@1.1 +122 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/validate-aes.c
+
+ libntp/aes/validate-aes.c@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/wpa_debug.c@1.1 +688 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/wpa_debug.c
+
+ libntp/aes/wpa_debug.c@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/wpa_debug.h@1.1 +291 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/wpa_debug.h
+
+ libntp/aes/wpa_debug.h@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/wpabuf.c@1.1 +303 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/wpabuf.c
+
+ libntp/aes/wpabuf.c@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ libntp/aes/wpabuf.h@1.1 +162 -0
+ BitKeeper file libntp/aes/wpabuf.h
+
+ libntp/aes/wpabuf.h@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.1.8, 2017-11-28 08:44:31+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Identify AES-128-CMAC workers
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1879 +1 -1
+ Identify AES-128-CMAC workers
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.1.7, 2017-11-28 00:12:53-08:00, harlan@mb6.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Continue AES-128-CMAC test development
+
+ sntp/tests/crypto.c@1.15 +10 -6
+ Continue AES-128-CMAC test development
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.2.1, 2017-11-28 07:08:15+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Merge cleanup
+
+ libntp/ssl_init.c@1.27 +1 -0
+ Merge cleanup
+
+ ntpd/ntpd.html@1.188 +1 -1
+ Merge cleanup
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.181 +1 -0
+ Merge cleanup
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.html@1.185 +1 -1
+ Merge cleanup
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.30 +13 -13
+ Merge cleanup
+
+ sntp/crypto.h@1.14 +2 -1
+ Merge cleanup
+
+ sntp/tests/crypto.c@1.13 +2 -2
+ Merge cleanup
+
+ sntp/tests/packetProcessing.c@1.16 +1 -1
+ Merge cleanup
+
+ sntp/tests/run-crypto.c@1.7 +10 -6
+ Merge cleanup
+
+ sntp/tests/run-packetProcessing.c@1.12 +20 -18
+ Merge cleanup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.58.1, 2017-11-27 22:35:12-08:00, harlan@mb6.tal1.ntfo.org
+ aes-128-cmac support
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.28.1.1 +23 -15
+ aes-128-cmac support
+
+ sntp/tests/crypto.c@1.11.1.1 +27 -4
+ aes-128-cmac support
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.1.3, 2017-11-13 22:54:14-08:00, harlan@psp-at0.tal1.ntfo.org
+ Fix bug in the override portion of the compiler hardening macro
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.5.3 +1 -0
+ Fix bug in the override portion of the compiler hardening macro
+
+ html/access.html@1.3, harlan@max.pfcs.com +2 -2
+ whitespace cleanup
+
+ html/accopt.html@1.44, harlan@max.pfcs.com +4 -4
+ whitespace cleanup
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_harden.m4@1.2 +6 -6
+ Fix bug in the override portion of the compiler hardening macro
+
+ChangeSet@1.3731, 2017-10-31 07:33:33+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check'
+ - printf format clashes
+
+ tests/libntp/timespecops.c@1.12 +9 -6
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check'
+ - printf format clashes
+
+ tests/libntp/timevalops.c@1.15 +8 -8
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check'
+ - printf format clashes
+
+ChangeSet@1.3730, 2017-10-30 09:46:03+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check'
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.1.7 +1 -0
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check'
+
+ tests/ntpd/leapsec.c@1.5 +97 -193
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check'
+
+ tests/ntpd/ntp_prio_q.c@1.4 +24 -16
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check'
+
+ tests/ntpd/ntp_restrict.c@1.4 +34 -22
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check'
+
+ tests/ntpd/rc_cmdlength.c@1.4 +3 -4
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check'
+
+ tests/ntpd/run-leapsec.c@1.7 +34 -33
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check' (auto-regenerated file)
+
+ tests/ntpd/run-ntp_prio_q.c@1.5 +6 -6
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check' (auto-regenerated file)
+
+ tests/ntpd/run-ntp_restrict.c@1.6 +8 -8
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check' (auto-regenerated file)
+
+ tests/ntpd/run-rc_cmdlength.c@1.5 +1 -1
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check' (auto-regenerated file)
+
+ tests/ntpd/run-t-ntp_scanner.c@1.6 +11 -11
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check' (auto-regenerated file)
+
+ tests/ntpd/t-ntp_scanner.c@1.8 +33 -37
+ Fix trivial warnings from 'make check'
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.1.2, 2017-10-27 04:01:06-04:00, stenn@psp-deb2.ntp.org
+ Build ntpq and libntpq.a with NTP_HARD_*FLAGS
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.5.2 +1 -0
+ Build ntpq and libntpq.a with NTP_HARD_*FLAGS
+
+ ntpq/Makefile.am@1.73 +5 -1
+ Build ntpq and libntpq.a with NTP_HARD_*FLAGS
+
+ChangeSet@1.3726.1.1, 2017-10-15 07:52:15+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ refclock_jjy.c: Add missing "%s" to an msyslog() call
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.5.1 +1 -0
+ refclock_jjy.c: Add missing "%s" to an msyslog() call
+
+ ntpd/refclock_jjy.c@1.36 +1 -1
+ refclock_jjy.c: Add missing "%s" to an msyslog() call
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.56.9, 2017-10-15 04:51:52+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ [Bug 3441] Validate the assumption that AF_UNSPEC is 0
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.4.8 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3441] Validate the assumption that AF_UNSPEC is 0
+
+ configure.ac@1.610 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3441] Validate the assumption that AF_UNSPEC is 0
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_af_unspec.m4@1.2 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3441] Validate the assumption that AF_UNSPEC is 0
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_af_unspec.m4@1.1 +23 -0
+ BitKeeper file sntp/m4/ntp_af_unspec.m4
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_af_unspec.m4@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.56.8, 2017-10-15 01:07:22+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ regenerate ntp_parser.[ch]
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.c@1.108 +1176 -1157
+ regenerate ntp_parser.[ch]
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.h@1.71 +5 -5
+ regenerate ntp_parser.[ch]
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.53.2, 2017-10-14 08:37:26+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+
+ html/miscopt.html@1.87.1.2 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.348 +16 -5
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.56.6, 2017-10-13 08:17:25+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ cleanup
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.4.6 +2 -2
+ cleanup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.57.1, 2017-10-13 09:18:19+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3437] ntpd tries to open socket with AF_UNSPEC domain
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.23.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3437] ntpd tries to open socket with AF_UNSPEC domain
+
+ ntpd/ntp_io.c@1.420 +11 -0
+ [Bug 3437] ntpd tries to open socket with AF_UNSPEC domain
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.29.23, 2017-10-13 03:35:03+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Note 3412 is a Security bug
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.2.16 +1 -1
+ Note 3412 is a Security bug
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.29.22, 2017-10-13 03:31:58+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ [Bug 3412] ctl_getitem(): Don't compare names past NUL
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.2.15 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3412] ctl_getitem(): Don't compare names past NUL
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.222 +3 -1
+ [Bug 3412] ctl_getitem(): Don't compare names past NUL
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.29.19, 2017-10-13 02:20:50+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ test_ntp_scanner_LDADD needs ntpd/ntp_io.o
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.2.12 +1 -0
+ test_ntp_scanner_LDADD needs ntpd/ntp_io.o
+
+ tests/ntpd/Makefile.am@1.32 +1 -0
+ test_ntp_scanner_LDADD needs ntpd/ntp_io.o
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.55.2, 2017-10-12 12:55:29+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3439] (ntpq) When running multiple commands / hosts in ntpq...
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.22.2 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3439] (ntpq) When running multiple commands / hosts in ntpq...
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.174.3.1 +8 -2
+ [Bug 3439] (ntpq) When running multiple commands / hosts in ntpq...
+ - applied patch by ggarvey
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.55.1, 2017-10-12 12:51:50+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3438] (ntpq) Negative values and values > 999 days in...
+ - make sure negative values are curbed and excessive days are converted to years
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.22.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3438] (ntpq) Negative values and values > 999 days in...
+
+ ntpq/ntpq-subs.c@1.119.4.1 +10 -1
+ [Bug 3438] (ntpq) Negative values and values > 999 days in...
+ - make sure negative values are curbed and excessive days are converted to years
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.29.12, 2017-10-12 09:35:01+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ [Bug 3365] Updates driver40(-ja).html and miscopt.html <abe@ntp.org>
+
+ html/drivers/driver40-ja.html@1.7 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3365] Updates driver40(-ja).html and miscopt.html <abe@ntp.org>
+
+ html/drivers/driver40.html@1.22 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3365] Updates driver40(-ja).html and miscopt.html <abe@ntp.org>
+
+ html/miscopt.html@1.89 +1 -2
+ [Bug 3365] Updates driver40(-ja).html and miscopt.html <abe@ntp.org>
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.29.9, 2017-10-12 08:21:13+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ [Bug 2737] Wrong phone number listed for USNO
+
+ html/drivers/driver18.html@1.22 +1 -1
+ [Bug 2737] Wrong phone number listed for USNO
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.29.6, 2017-10-12 07:26:49+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ [Bug 948] Trustedkey config directive leaks memory
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.2.1 +1 -0
+ [Bug 948] Trustedkey config directive leaks memory
+
+ include/ntp_config.h@1.84 +13 -0
+ [Bug 948] Trustedkey config directive leaks memory
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.346.1.1 +35 -3
+ [Bug 948] Trustedkey config directive leaks memory
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.c@1.105.1.1 +551 -548
+ [Bug 948] Trustedkey config directive leaks memory
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.h@1.68.1.1 +3 -3
+ [Bug 948] Trustedkey config directive leaks memory
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.y@1.95.1.1 +7 -6
+ [Bug 948] Trustedkey config directive leaks memory
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.53.1, 2017-10-10 08:44:16+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.21.1 +3 -0
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+
+ html/miscopt.html@1.87.1.1 +3 -1
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+ - explain "tos basedate"
+
+ include/ntp_calendar.h@1.19 +23 -0
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+ - add support far 'basedate' calculations
+
+ include/ntp_fp.h@1.34 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+ - check/clamp system time based on 'basedate'
+
+ libntp/ntp_calendar.c@1.19 +109 -0
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+ - add support far 'basedate' calculations
+
+ libntp/systime.c@1.72 +173 -95
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+ - check/clamp system time based on 'basedate'
+
+ ntpd/keyword-gen-utd@1.30 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+ - add 'basedate' keyword
+
+ ntpd/keyword-gen.c@1.36 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+ - add 'basedate' keyword
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.347 +56 -3
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+ - add 'basedate' statement to TOS line
+
+ ntpd/ntp_keyword.h@1.32 +1082 -1074
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+ - add 'basedate' keyword
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.c@1.106 +1176 -1155
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+ - add 'basedate' statement to TOS line
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.h@1.69 +377 -375
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+ - add 'basedate' statement to TOS line
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.y@1.96 +7 -0
+ [Bug 3435] anchor NTP era alignment
+ - add 'basedate' statement to TOS line
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.44.2, 2017-09-11 09:37:31+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3424] Trimble Thunderbolt 1024 week millenium bug
+ - fix type & annoying but harmless signed/unsigned clash
+
+ ntpd/refclock_palisade.c@1.45 +2 -2
+ [Bug 3424] Trimble Thunderbolt 1024 week millenium bug
+ - fix type & annoying but harmless signed/unsigned clash
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.52.1, 2017-09-09 08:05:52+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 2737] Wrong phone number listed for USNO
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.20.1 +3 -0
+ [Bug 2737] Wrong phone number listed for USNO
+
+ html/drivers/driver18.html@1.21 +1 -1
+ [Bug 2737] Wrong phone number listed for USNO
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.51.1, 2017-09-08 07:54:24+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3411] problem about SIGN(6) packet handling for ntp-4.2.8p10
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.19.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3411] problem about SIGN(6) packet handling for ntp-4.2.8p10
+
+ include/recvbuff.h@1.27 +3 -2
+ [Bug 3411] problem about SIGN(6) packet handling for ntp-4.2.8p10
+ - raised receive buffer size to 1200
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.37.2, 2017-09-07 15:47:26+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3397] ctl_putstr() asserts that data fits in its buffer
+ - restore logic of 'ctl_putstr()'/'ctl_putunqstr()' for empty strings (just name, no assign)
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.221 +20 -14
+ [Bug 3397] ctl_putstr() asserts that data fits in its buffer
+ - restore logic of 'ctl_putstr()'/'ctl_putunqstr()' for empty strings (just name, no assign)
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.50.4, 2017-09-07 15:44:14+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - side kick: missing linefeed in 'ifstat' warning messes up screen
+
+ ntpq/ntpq-subs.c@1.119.3.1 +2 -2
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - side kick: missing linefeed in 'ifstat' warning messes up screen
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.50.3, 2017-09-07 11:11:08+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - sidekick: permit longer key type (hash algo names) for SNTP
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.25.1.2 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - sidekick: permit longer key type (hash algo names) for SNTP
+
+ sntp/crypto.h@1.11.1.2 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - sidekick: permit longer key type (hash algo names) for SNTP
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.50.2, 2017-09-06 13:10:55+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - fix MD5 fallback: only 'M' as keytype accepted
+ - provide full digest list with MSVC for OpenSSL v1.0.1 and above
+
+ libntp/ssl_init.c@1.22.1.2 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - fix MD5 fallback: only 'M' as keytype accepted
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.174.2.2 +6 -0
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - with MSVC, enable HAVE_EVP_MD_DO_ALL_SORTED for OpenSSL v1.0.1 and above
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.50.1, 2017-09-06 10:16:25+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.18.1 +5 -0
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+
+ include/ntp.h@1.224 +6 -4
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - macros for key id size & max digest size in MAC
+
+ include/ntp_request.h@1.48 +2 -2
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - use macro for max digest size
+
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c@1.40.1.1 +10 -9
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - use macros for key id size & max digest size in MAC
+
+ libntp/authreadkeys.c@1.27.1.1 +1 -6
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - 'keytype_from_text' only returns valid algorithms
+
+ libntp/ssl_init.c@1.22.1.1 +35 -39
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - separate OpenSSL and non-SSL code in 'keytype_from_text'
+ - assure the algorithm is valid, not just known
+ - drop length check (we support truncated hashes)
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.174.2.1 +28 -37
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - keep key type selection in sync with NTPD
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.25.1.1 +17 -10
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - decode & check hash algo only when reading the key file (early error detection)
+ - support truncated digest for long hash algos
+ - use macros for key and digest size
+
+ sntp/crypto.h@1.11.1.1 +2 -1
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - decode & check hash algo only when reading the key file
+
+ sntp/main.c@1.100 +2 -3
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - use macros for key and digest size
+
+ sntp/tests/crypto.c@1.10.1.1 +13 -7
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - resolve algorithm before running MAC
+ - use strlcpy(), not memcpy() for string values
+
+ sntp/tests/keyFile.c@1.14 +3 -3
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - resolve algorithm before running MAC
+ - use strlcpy(), not memcpy() for string values
+
+ sntp/tests/packetHandling.c@1.7 +3 -2
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - resolve algorithm before running MAC
+ - use strlcpy(), not memcpy() for string values
+ - fix sizing bug
+
+ sntp/tests/packetProcessing.c@1.12.3.1 +10 -8
+ [Bug 3430] ntpq dumps core (SIGSEGV) for "keytype md2"
+ - resolve algorithm before running MAC
+ - use strlcpy(), not memcpy() for string values
+ - use macros for key & digest size
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.49.1, 2017-09-05 08:40:47+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3394] Leap second deletion does not work on ntpd clients
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.17.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3394] Leap second deletion does not work on ntpd clients
+
+ ntpd/ntp_leapsec.c@1.23 +16 -6
+ [Bug 3394] Leap second deletion does not work on ntpd clients
+ - fixed handling of dynamic deletion w/o leap file
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.48.1, 2017-08-25 21:32:40+00:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3399] NTP: linker error in 4.2.8p10 during Linux cross-compilation
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.16.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3399] NTP: linker error in 4.2.8p10 during Linux cross-compilation
+
+ sntp/harden/linux@1.2 +2 -2
+ [Bug 3399] NTP: linker error in 4.2.8p10 during Linux cross-compilation
+ - changed '-z foo' to '-Wl,-z,foo' for portability (older GCC, CLANG)
+ - '-pie' is linker flag, '-fPIE' or '-fpie' is code generation: '-pie' moved to linker flags
+
+ tests/ntpd/Makefile.am@1.31 +6 -1
+ Bug 3399 - SNTP: linker error in 4.2.8p10 during Linux cross-compilation
+ - missing forward of AM_CFLAGS for individual targets broke link
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.47.1, 2017-08-25 21:48:38+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 2557] Thunderbolt init is wrong
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.15.1 +3 -0
+ [Bug 2557] Thunderbolt init is wrong
+
+ ntpd/refclock_palisade.c@1.43.1.1 +1 -1
+ [Bug 2557] Thunderbolt init is wrong
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.46.1, 2017-08-25 07:24:59+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3423] QNX adjtime() implementation error checking is wrong
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.14.1 +3 -0
+ [Bug 3423] QNX adjtime() implementation error checking is wrong
+
+ libntp/adjtime.c@1.8 +2 -2
+ [Bug 3423] QNX adjtime() implementation error checking is wrong
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.45.1, 2017-08-25 06:15:17+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3016] wrong error position reported for bad ":config pool"
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.13.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3016] wrong error position reported for bad ":config pool"
+
+ ntpd/ntp_scanner.c@1.51 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3016] wrong error position reported for bad ":config pool"
+ - fixed location count (get/unget imbalance)
+
+ ntpq/ntpq-subs.c@1.119.2.1 +6 -7
+ [Bug 3016] wrong error position reported for bad ":config pool"
+ - changed error indicator output
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.44.1, 2017-08-24 20:04:12+00:00, perlinger@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ [Bug 3424] Trimble Thunderbolt 1024 week millenium bug
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.12.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3424] Trimble Thunderbolt 1024 week millenium bug
+
+ ntpd/refclock_palisade.c@1.44 +82 -38
+ [Bug 3424] Trimble Thunderbolt 1024 week millenium bug
+ - if necessary, warp effective time stamp by GPS cycles to be on or after build date
+ - adjusted code to print/log the effective resulting date
+ - made sure the leap second check uses the adjusted dates, too
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.43.1, 2017-08-21 19:46:03+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3367] Faulty LinuxPPS NMEA clock support in 4.2.8
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.11.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3367] Faulty LinuxPPS NMEA clock support in 4.2.8
+
+ ntpd/ntp_refclock.c@1.123.1.1 +13 -5
+ [Bug 3367] Faulty LinuxPPS NMEA clock support in 4.2.8
+ - revert handling of 'time_pps_kcbind()' and flag3 to state of revision 1.118
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.42.1, 2017-08-20 07:49:58+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3398] tests fail with core dump
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.10.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3398] tests fail with core dump
+
+ sntp/tests/packetProcessing.c@1.12.2.1 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3398] tests fail with core dump
+ - use srtlcpy() to set ASCIIZ string
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.41.1, 2017-07-23 10:53:14+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3417] ntpq ifstats packet counters can be negative
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.9.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3417] ntpq ifstats packet counters can be negative
+
+ ntpq/ntpq-subs.c@1.119.1.1 +13 -13
+ [Bug 3417] ntpq ifstats packet counters can be negative
+ - made IFSTATS counter quantities unsigned & adjusted scan/print formats
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.29.5, 2017-07-12 06:40:04-04:00, stenn@psp-deb2.ntp.org
+ Use strlcpy() to copy strings, not memcpy()
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1876.1.1 +1 -0
+ Use strlcpy() to copy strings, not memcpy()
+
+ sntp/tests/packetProcessing.c@1.12.1.1 +1 -1
+ Use strlcpy() to copy strings, not memcpy()
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.40.1, 2017-07-08 00:43:56+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3414] ntpq: decodearr() can write beyond its 'buf' limits
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.8.1 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3414] ntpq: decodearr() can write beyond its 'buf' limits
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.174.1.2 +62 -48
+ [Sec 3414] ntpq: decodearr() can write beyond its 'buf' limits
+ - dest-length limited copy
+ - many buggy casts in calls to CTYPE 'isfoobar()' functions
+
+ChangeSet@1.3724, 2017-07-07 02:35:10-07:00, harlan@max.pfcs.com
+ typo
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.7.1 +4 -2
+ typo
+
+ html/monopt.html@1.40 +2 -2
+ typo
+
+ libntp/work_thread.c@1.22 +1 -1
+ typo
+
+ ntpsnmpd/netsnmp_daemonize.c@1.6 +1 -1
+ typo
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.39.2, 2017-07-02 09:42:42+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3404] revert change
+
+ include/ssl_applink.c@1.6 +3 -1
+ [Bug 3404] revert change
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.39.1, 2017-07-02 09:16:39+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.6.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+
+ include/ssl_applink.c@1.5 +14 -12
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+
+ ports/winnt/include/msvc_ssl_autolib.h@1.2 +23 -9
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+ - DON'T use tagged libraries by default
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2008/debug-x64.vsprops@1.3 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+ - fix/drop assumptions on OpenSSL libs directory layout
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2008/debug.vsprops@1.3 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+ - fix/drop assumptions on OpenSSL libs directory layout
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2008/release-x64.vsprops@1.3 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+ - fix/drop assumptions on OpenSSL libs directory layout
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2008/release.vsprops@1.3 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+ - fix/drop assumptions on OpenSSL libs directory layout
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2013/debug-x64.props@1.4 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+ - fix/drop assumptions on OpenSSL libs directory layout
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2013/debug.props@1.3 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+ - fix/drop assumptions on OpenSSL libs directory layout
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2013/release-x64.props@1.4 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+ - fix/drop assumptions on OpenSSL libs directory layout
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2013/release.props@1.3 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+ - fix/drop assumptions on OpenSSL libs directory layout
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2015/debug-x64.props@1.3 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+ - fix/drop assumptions on OpenSSL libs directory layout
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2015/debug.props@1.3 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+ - fix/drop assumptions on OpenSSL libs directory layout
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2015/release-x64.props@1.3 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+ - fix/drop assumptions on OpenSSL libs directory layout
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2015/release.props@1.3 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3404] Fix openSSL DLL usage under Windows
+ - fix/drop assumptions on OpenSSL libs directory layout
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.33.6, 2017-05-29 13:41:48-06:00, bwi@nwtime.org
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c(MD5authdecrypt) force AES 128 key size
+
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c@1.43 +1 -1
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c(MD5authdecrypt) force AES 128 key size
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.33.5, 2017-05-29 19:23:32+01:00, Brian@bwinglisd.
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c(MD5authencrypt): force CMAC AES 128 key size
+
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c@1.42 +3 -2
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c(MD5authencrypt): force CMAC AES 128 key size
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.33.4, 2017-05-26 19:28:01+01:00, Brian@bwinglisd.
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c: add AES128CMAC and better OpenSSL support,
+ libntp/authreadkeys.c: add AES128CMAC support,
+ ports/winnt/ntpd/nt_ppsimpl.c: fix environment termination
+
+ libntp/a_md5encrypt.c@1.41 +176 -13
+ add AES128CMAC and better OpenSSL support
+
+ libntp/authreadkeys.c@1.28 +2 -1
+ add AES128CMAC support
+
+ ports/winnt/ntpd/nt_ppsimpl.c@1.3 +3 -2
+ fix environment termination
+
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+ChangeSet@1.3720.38.1, 2017-05-07 02:38:45+00:00, abe@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ refclock_jjy.c, ChangeLog:
+ [Bug 3408] refclock_jjy.c : Avoid a wrong report of the coverity static analysis tool.
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.5.1 +3 -0
+ [Bug 3408] refclock_jjy.c : Avoid a wrong report of the coverity static analysis tool.
+
+ ntpd/refclock_jjy.c@1.35 +24 -4
+ [Bug 3408] refclock_jjy.c : Avoid a wrong report of the coverity static analysis tool.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.37.1, 2017-05-01 07:36:51+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3397] ctl_putstr() asserts that data fits in its buffer
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.4.1 +5 -0
+ [Bug 3397] ctl_putstr() asserts that data fits in its buffer
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.220 +131 -102
+ [Bug 3397] ctl_putstr() asserts that data fits in its buffer
+ rework of formatting & data transfer stuff in 'ntp_control.c'
+ avoids unecessary buffers and size limitations.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.39, 2017-03-28 02:51:14+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Note in the ChangeLog that this repo contains the AES-128-CMAC work
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.3.1 +4 -0
+ Note in the ChangeLog that this repo contains the AES-128-CMAC work
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.36.1, 2017-03-27 08:33:02+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3391] ntpd segfaults on startup due to small warmup thread stack size
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873.2.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3391] ntpd segfaults on startup due to small warmup thread stack size
+
+ ntpd/ntpd.c@1.173 +10 -5
+ [Bug 3391] ntpd segfaults on startup due to small warmup thread stack size
+ - increased mimimum stack size to 32kB
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.31.11, 2017-03-23 07:36:54+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ cleanup
+
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+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.29.2, 2017-03-23 05:45:08+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ [Bug 3358] Spurious KoD log messages in .INIT. phase
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.404 +8 -6
+ [Bug 3358] Spurious KoD log messages in .INIT. phase
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.31.10, 2017-03-21 11:01:54-04:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
+ NTP_4_2_8P10
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+ ntpq/ntpq-opts.def name resolution need not involve DNS, replace command_keyword with command and optionally add name, \& quote recommended operators, change clearlist to clearvars, add Ns macros around |, reset some option strings to No;
+ ntpq/ntpq-subs.c(doprintpeers) space over on next line allowing for host + sp if > 1 host and regular tally + source + sp if wide output and long source name
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+ name resolution need not involve DNS, replace command_keyword with command and optionally add name, \& quote recommended operators, change clearlist to clearvars, add Ns macros around |, reset some option strings to No,
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+ reconcile internally, with implementation, and updates to generated files;
+ make markup and wording consistent and clearer
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+ remove old RFC ref, NTPv4 differences, some refs to messages as mode 6 and control, deprecation of man page;
+ add missing commands (including poll as it is visible in help), variables, statistics, and counters;
+ made optional arguments so;
+ say what happens with no arguments;
+ say when clients are shown with peers;
+ say what counters or statistics are shown in display commands;
+ say display instead of print, read, show;
+ word like help where better;
+ reorder commands listed out of alphabetic order without any grouping;
+ Xr commands in section 1 not functions in section 3 as devel docs may not be installed;
+ ID lowercased to not look like acronym or shout;
+ add \& as recommended;
+ commands use Ic, variables and named values Cm not Ic, flags use Fl, Ba instead of |;
+ wrap long lines;
+ correct poll interval units from log2 s to seconds;
+ define jitter as offset RMS error estimate
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+ reconcile three embedded Running the Program sections (two of them pure duplicates);
+ remove duplicated paragraphs;
+ move apparently orphan paragraphs to appropriate places;
+ reword chunks with repeated content;
+ reconcile Command Line Options section with options, add missing options, add long option flags;
+ specify explicitly when other program commands and configuration files are referenced;
+ change external references from section 3 functions to section 1 commands;
+ use markup consistently
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+ChangeSet@1.3720.31.1, 2017-03-10 10:00:39+01:00, burnicki@pc-martin4.py.meinberg.de
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+
+ include/ssl_applink.c@1.4 +3 -1
+ Include openssl/applink.c only for openSSL versions < 1.1.0.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.30.2, 2017-03-09 21:59:34+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3384] followup: fixed a comment typo.
+
+ ports/winnt/instsrv/instsrv.c@1.11 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3384] followup: fixed a comment typo.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.33, 2017-03-08 21:51:39+00:00, bwi@nwtime.org
+ ports/winnt/instsrv/instsrv.c(addSourceToRegistry) prefix use of snprintf with _ required for VS < 2015
+
+ ports/winnt/instsrv/instsrv.c@1.9.1.1 +1 -1
+ prefix addSourceToRegistry() use of snprintf with _ required for VS < 2015
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.30.1, 2017-03-08 22:34:08+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3384] NTP-01-009 NTP: Privileged execution of User Library code (Pentest report 01.2017)
+ - VS2008 compatibility restored
+
+ ports/winnt/instsrv/instsrv.c@1.10 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3384] NTP-01-009 NTP: Privileged execution of User Library code (Pentest report 01.2017)
+ - VS2008 compatibility restored
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.32, 2017-03-08 17:32:15+00:00, bwi@nwtime.org
+ add AES128CMAC to MAC selections list in ntpq.texi (replacing earlier change directly to ntpq.html)
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.texi@1.5 +1 -1
+ add AES128CMAC to MAC selections list (replacing earlier change directly to ntpq.html)
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.29.1, 2017-03-08 06:11:49-05:00, stenn@psp-fb3.ntp.org
+ [Bug 3358] Spurious KoD log messages in .INIT. phase
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1874 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3358] Spurious KoD log messages in .INIT. phase
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.403 +8 -11
+ [Bug 3358] Spurious KoD log messages in .INIT. phase
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.30, 2017-03-06 21:07:41+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ CVE updates for 4.2.8p10
+
+ NEWS@1.177.1.28 +15 -15
+ CVE updates for 4.2.8p10
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.29, 2017-03-06 13:54:35+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ NEWS for p10
+
+ NEWS@1.177.1.27 +447 -1
+ NEWS for p10
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.28, 2017-03-06 11:52:11+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ cleanup
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1873 +2 -4
+ cleanup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.25.7, 2017-03-05 11:23:32-07:00, bwi@bwinglisrpi1.(none)
+ ntpd/ntp_refclock.c(refclock_params) report time_pps_kcbind errors but only return failure if error other than not supported, allowing PPS to work
+
+ ntpd/ntp_refclock.c@1.124 +4 -1
+ report time_pps_kcbind errors but only return failure if error other than not supported, allowing PPS to work
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.27, 2017-03-05 14:56:43+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3384] NTP-01-009 NTP: Privileged execution of User Library code (Pentest report 01.2017)
+ - load PPS providers from registry
+ - disable PPSAPI_HACK envvar
+ - major cleanup of 'instsrv'
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1872 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3384] NTP-01-009 NTP: Privileged execution of User Library code (Pentest report 01.2017)
+ - load PPS providers from registry, disable PPSAPI_HACK envvar
+
+ include/ntp_stdlib.h@1.85 +6 -2
+ [Sec 3384] NTP-01-009 NTP: Privileged execution of User Library code (Pentest report 01.2017)
+ - side kick: fix array allocation for DEBUG builds
+
+ include/ntpd.h@1.197 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3384] NTP-01-009 NTP: Privileged execution of User Library code (Pentest report 01.2017)
+ - sidekick: signed/unsigned clashes on 'sys_ttlmax'
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.346 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3384] NTP-01-009 NTP: Privileged execution of User Library code (Pentest report 01.2017)
+ - sidekick: signed/unsigned clashes on 'sys_ttlmax'
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.402 +2 -2
+ [Sec 3384] NTP-01-009 NTP: Privileged execution of User Library code (Pentest report 01.2017)
+ - sidekick: signed/unsigned clashes on 'sys_ttlmax'
+
+ ports/winnt/include/ntp_iocpltypes.h@1.4 +1 -0
+ [Sec 3384] NTP-01-009 NTP: Privileged execution of User Library code (Pentest report 01.2017)
+ - track use of PPS API on serial channels
+
+ ports/winnt/instsrv/instsrv.c@1.9 +378 -347
+ [Sec 3384] NTP-01-009 NTP: Privileged execution of User Library code (Pentest report 01.2017)
+ - major cleanup
+ - add command line arguments for service
+ - set PPS API provider list in service entry
+
+ ports/winnt/ntpd/nt_ppsimpl.c@1.2 +290 -70
+ [Sec 3384] NTP-01-009 NTP: Privileged execution of User Library code (Pentest report 01.2017)
+ - load PPS providers from registry
+ - disable PPSAPI_HACK envvar
+ - track use of PPS API on serial channels
+
+ ports/winnt/ntpd/ntp_iocompletionport.c@1.79 +7 -19
+ [Sec 3384] NTP-01-009 NTP: Privileged execution of User Library code (Pentest report 01.2017)
+ - disable PPSAPI_HACK envvar, use tracking from PPS API loader instead
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.25.6, 2017-03-04 04:41:52+00:00, Brian@bwinglisd.
+ ensure Windows system32 added to start of PATH
+
+ ports/winnt/scripts/mkver.bat@1.18 +4 -0
+ ensure Windows system32 from COMSPEC added to start of PATH in case other find commands are on PATH
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.26, 2017-03-02 17:34:00-05:00, stenn@psp-deb2.ntp.org
+ [Sec 3385] NTP-01-010: ereallocarray()/eallocarray() underused: zero out new memory
+
+ include/ntp_stdlib.h@1.84 +6 -6
+ [Sec 3385] NTP-01-010: ereallocarray()/eallocarray() underused: zero out new memory
+
+ libntp/authkeys.c@1.36 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3385] NTP-01-010: ereallocarray()/eallocarray() underused: zero out new memory
+
+ libntp/emalloc.c@1.21 +3 -3
+ [Sec 3385] NTP-01-010: ereallocarray()/eallocarray() underused: zero out new memory
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.25, 2017-03-02 05:35:49+00:00, stenn@stenn.ntp.org
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags: NetBSD
+
+ sntp/harden/netbsd7.0@1.1 +4 -0
+ BitKeeper file sntp/harden/netbsd7.0
+
+ sntp/harden/netbsd7.0@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ sntp/harden/netbsd7.99@1.1 +4 -0
+ BitKeeper file sntp/harden/netbsd7.99
+
+ sntp/harden/netbsd7.99@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.23, 2017-03-01 09:44:54+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_prog_cc.m4@1.3 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.22, 2017-03-01 09:30:03+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags
+
+ configure.ac@1.609 +5 -4
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags
+
+ sntp/configure.ac@1.85 +4 -4
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags
+
+ sntp/harden/freebsd11@1.2 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags
+
+ sntp/harden/freebsd12@1.2 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_compiler.m4@1.6 +14 -2
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_prog_cc.m4@1.2 +12 -11
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.26.3, 2017-03-01 09:16:03+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ merge cleanup
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1869.1.3 +1 -3
+ merge cleanup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.28.1, 2017-02-28 06:46:17-05:00, stenn@psp-fb4.ntp.org
+ [Sec 3361] 0rigin (zero origin) DoS.
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1869.3.1 +1 -0
+ [Sec 3361] 0rigin (zero origin) DoS.
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.400 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3361] 0rigin (zero origin) DoS.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.27.1, 2017-02-28 06:13:45-05:00, stenn@psp-fb4.ntp.org
+ [Sec 3385] NTP-01-010 NTP: ereallocarray()/eallocarray() underused. HStenn
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1869.2.1 +1 -0
+ [Sec 3385] NTP-01-010 NTP: ereallocarray()/eallocarray() underused. HStenn
+
+ include/ntp_stdlib.h@1.83 +7 -5
+ [Sec 3385] NTP-01-010 NTP: ereallocarray()/eallocarray() underused. HStenn
+
+ libntp/authkeys.c@1.35 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3385] NTP-01-010 NTP: ereallocarray()/eallocarray() underused. HStenn
+
+ libntp/emalloc.c@1.20 +5 -4
+ [Sec 3385] NTP-01-010 NTP: ereallocarray()/eallocarray() underused. HStenn
+
+ libntp/recvbuff.c@1.42 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3385] NTP-01-010 NTP: ereallocarray()/eallocarray() underused. HStenn
+
+ ntpd/ntp_loopfilter.c@1.190 +1 -2
+ [Sec 3385] NTP-01-010 NTP: ereallocarray()/eallocarray() underused. HStenn
+
+ ntpd/ntp_peer.c@1.162 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3385] NTP-01-010 NTP: ereallocarray()/eallocarray() underused. HStenn
+
+ ntpd/ntp_restrict.c@1.41 +2 -2
+ [Sec 3385] NTP-01-010 NTP: ereallocarray()/eallocarray() underused. HStenn
+
+ sntp/kod_management.c@1.34 +3 -1
+ [Sec 3385] NTP-01-010 NTP: ereallocarray()/eallocarray() underused. HStenn
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.26.1, 2017-02-26 08:20:56+00:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3393] clang scan-build findings
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1869.1.1 +3 -0
+ [Sec 3393] clang scan-build findings
+
+ libntp/ntp_intres.c@1.102 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3393] clang scan-build findings
+ - test proper source pointer, not memcpy result
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.344 +28 -46
+ [Sec 3393] clang scan-build findings
+ - provide non-returning error function, triggered only by programming error (mismatch between
+ parser and evaluator)
+ - fix assignment to wrong variable in tos stratum check
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.218 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3393] clang scan-build findings
+ - minor signed/unsigned clash
+
+ ntpd/ntp_scanner.c@1.50 +0 -1
+ [Sec 3393] clang scan-build findings
+ - dead assignment
+
+ ntpd/refclock_gpsdjson.c@1.26 +8 -6
+ [Sec 3393] clang scan-build findings
+ - never feed NULL to memcpy(), even with zero-length
+
+ ntpd/refclock_jjy.c@1.34 +2 -2
+ [Sec 3393] clang scan-build findings
+ - use memcpy() instead or strncpy() when the number of bytes is known
+
+ ntpd/refclock_nmea.c@1.79 +0 -3
+ [Sec 3393] clang scan-build findings
+ - dead initialisations: always overwritten
+
+ ntpd/refclock_oncore.c@1.102.1.1 +3 -3
+ [Sec 3393] clang scan-build findings
+ - dead initialisations and assignments: always overwritten
+
+ ntpd/refclock_parse.c@1.85 +12 -8
+ [Sec 3393] clang scan-build findings
+ - dead initialisations and assignments: always overwritten
+ - buggy use of snprintf result
+
+ ntpdate/ntpdate.c@1.99 +2 -0
+ [Sec 3393] clang scan-build findings
+ - INSIST() on sys_samples in range
+
+ ntpdc/ntpdc.c@1.108 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3393] clang scan-build findings
+ - make sure result of recv() is used
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.174.1.1 +42 -26
+ [Sec 3393] clang scan-build findings
+ - make sure result of recv() is used
+ - initialise tables
+ - rework hexdump utility function
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.25.5, 2017-02-24 21:36:43-07:00, bwi@bwinglisrpi1.(none)
+ add missing change comment in mkver.bat
+
+ ports/winnt/scripts/mkver.bat@1.17 +5 -1
+ add missing change comment in mkver.bat
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.25.4, 2017-02-24 19:33:50+00:00, Brian@bwinglisd.
+ allow EVP_MD_do_all_sorted to be used on Windows with OpenSSL 1+
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.178 +6 -0
+ define HAVE_EVP_MD_DO_ALL_SORTED on Windows with OpenSSL 1+
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.21, 2017-02-24 06:26:16-05:00, stenn@psp-deb2.ntp.org
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1870 +1 -0
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ adjtimed/Makefile.am@1.16 +4 -1
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ clockstuff/Makefile.am@1.22 +3 -0
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ configure.ac@1.608 +2 -0
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ libntp/Makefile.am@1.81 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ libparse/Makefile.am@1.32 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ ntpd/Makefile.am@1.135 +3 -0
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.conf.html@1.189 +1541 -1192
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ ntpd/ntp.keys.html@1.190 +162 -115
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ ntpd/ntpd.html@1.183 +753 -678
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ ntpdate/Makefile.am@1.38 +3 -0
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ ntpdc/Makefile.am@1.76 +3 -0
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ ntpdc/ntpdc.html@1.352 +404 -355
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ ntpq/Makefile.am@1.72 +4 -1
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.html@1.180 +1439 -1284
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ ntpsnmpd/Makefile.am@1.41 +5 -2
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ ntpsnmpd/ntpsnmpd.html@1.178 +92 -59
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ parseutil/Makefile.am@1.18 +5 -1
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ scripts/ntp-wait/ntp-wait.html@1.348 +182 -152
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ scripts/ntpsweep/ntpsweep.html@1.120 +189 -152
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ scripts/ntptrace/ntptrace.html@1.121 +168 -128
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ scripts/plot_summary.html@1.123 +188 -160
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ scripts/summary.html@1.122 +171 -135
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ scripts/update-leap/update-leap.html@1.19 +247 -199
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ sntp/Makefile.am@1.91 +6 -2
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ sntp/configure.ac@1.84 +2 -0
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ sntp/harden/README@1.1 +11 -0
+ BitKeeper file sntp/harden/README
+
+ sntp/harden/README@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ sntp/harden/default@1.1 +4 -0
+ BitKeeper file sntp/harden/default
+
+ sntp/harden/default@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ sntp/harden/freebsd10@1.1 +4 -0
+ BitKeeper file sntp/harden/freebsd10
+
+ sntp/harden/freebsd10@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ sntp/harden/freebsd11@1.1 +4 -0
+ BitKeeper file sntp/harden/freebsd11
+
+ sntp/harden/freebsd11@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ sntp/harden/freebsd12@1.1 +4 -0
+ BitKeeper file sntp/harden/freebsd12
+
+ sntp/harden/freebsd12@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ sntp/harden/linux@1.1 +4 -0
+ BitKeeper file sntp/harden/linux
+
+ sntp/harden/linux@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ sntp/libevent/Makefile.am@1.15 +5 -3
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ sntp/libevent/configure.ac@1.18 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ sntp/libopts/Makefile.am@1.28 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_harden.m4@1.1 +52 -0
+ BitKeeper file sntp/m4/ntp_harden.m4
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_harden.m4@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_libevent.m4@1.17 +3 -0
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ sntp/scripts/Makefile.am@1.4 +1 -0
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ sntp/scripts/genHardFlags@1.1 +152 -0
+ BitKeeper file sntp/scripts/genHardFlags
+
+ sntp/scripts/genHardFlags@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ sntp/sntp.html@1.523 +468 -420
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ sntp/tests/Makefile.am@1.68 +4 -1
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ sntp/unity/Makefile.am@1.11 +5 -0
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ tests/bug-2803/Makefile.am@1.14 +4 -1
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ tests/libntp/Makefile.am@1.95 +5 -2
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ tests/ntpd/Makefile.am@1.30 +4 -1
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ tests/ntpq/Makefile.am@1.10 +4 -1
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ tests/sandbox/Makefile.am@1.8 +4 -1
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ tests/sec-2853/Makefile.am@1.4 +4 -1
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ util/Makefile.am@1.79 +5 -2
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ util/ntp-keygen.html@1.184 +1083 -1007
+ [Sec 3376] Support build "hardening" flags.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.25.3, 2017-02-23 05:53:09+00:00, Brian@bwinglisd.
+ increase struct key member type size from 10 to 16 to allow AES128CMAC and future longer types up to 15 chars, refactor ntpq digest list CMAC insertion into function, fix packetProcessing tests, add debug output to check CMAC working
+
+ libntp/ssl_init.c@1.25 +15 -0
+ add debug output to validate CMAC being handled
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.177 +158 -98
+ include stddef.h for prtdiff_t, refactor CMAC insertion into MD list into insert_cmac() called from list_digest_names(), use EVP_MD_size() instead of EVP_Digest..() calls in list_md_fn(), remove associated variables, move check earlier in function, minor style and line length cleanups
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.28 +9 -1
+ increase max key type length to 15 to reflect struct key type size 16, add debug output to check CMAC operation
+
+ sntp/crypto.h@1.12 +1 -1
+ increase struct key member type size from 10 to 16 to allow AES128CMAC and future longer types
+ this should be considered for future length checking when handling digest names
+
+ sntp/tests/packetProcessing.c@1.14 +5 -4
+ fix PrepareAuthenticationTest() to use args and not hard wire MD5, increase CMAC key to mandatory length 16, fix exten to match key id
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.25.2, 2017-02-21 04:21:19+00:00, Brian@bwinglisd.
+ fix typos caught by gcc not encountered with Windows build
+
+ include/ntp_md5.h@1.13 +0 -1
+ remove cmac include
+
+ libntp/ssl_init.c@1.24 +11 -13
+ indent nested include/define, drop unused array digest, make const md var and initialize
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.176 +19 -9
+ move SORTED K_... defines outside MAIN and LIB ifdef, fix var typos and char arg caught by gcc missed by VS/VC
+
+ ports/winnt/scripts/mkver.bat@1.16 +1 -1
+ restore initial echo off
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.27 +18 -4
+ add CMAC include and define name removed elsewhere, make_mac() fix assign instead of compare typo, ensure len 0 if error, check for NULL CTX even for internal MD5
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.25.1, 2017-02-20 05:21:29+00:00, Brian@bwinglisd.
+ add AES-128 CMAC digest support as key type AES128CMAC length *MUST BE* 16 bytes
+
+ html/authentic.html@1.16 +32 -6
+ mention AES-128 CMAC, provide text figure of key file with key 20 AES128CMAC as table with caption instead of fuzzy gif
+
+ html/keygen.html@1.35 +63 -37
+ mention AES-128 cmac, change random <dd>...</dd> to <p>...</p>, change keys file figure from fuzzy gif to text with key 20 AES128CMAC, remove dated timing and references from Bugs comment
+
+ html/ntpq.html@1.51 +1 -1
+ add AES128CMAC to list of digest algorithms
+
+ include/ntp_md5.h@1.12 +1 -0
+ include OpenSSL cmac.h for callers
+
+ libntp/ssl_init.c@1.23 +55 -20
+ include OpenSSL cmac.h, define MD5_LENGTH, CMAC_LENGTH, and CMAC name, recognise CMAC name and set NID_cmac
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.175 +61 -3
+ define CMAC name, move sorted digest list defines up, add variables and code to detect or append CMAC name, as CMAC is not a registered MAC
+
+ ports/winnt/scripts/mkver.bat@1.15 +3 -1
+ add support for Windows 10 (Home maybe others) rename of registry Time Zone info from ActiveTimeBias to Bias
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.26 +74 -8
+ support AES-128 CMAC digest, add similar error checking to OpenSSL MAC digests, leave local MD5 digest as is
+
+ sntp/tests/crypto.c@1.11 +67 -0
+ define CMAC name and length, add CMAC tests like SHA1 tests
+
+ sntp/tests/packetProcessing.c@1.13 +26 -0
+ add CMAC name and test like SHA1 test
+
+ tests/libntp/ssl_init.c@1.10 +31 -0
+ add CMAC name, length, tests like SHA1 tests
+
+ util/ntp-keygen-opts.def@1.28 +4 -8
+ mention AES-128 CMAC, fix garbled sentence, remove outdated timing and references from Bugs
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.24.1, 2017-02-12 18:15:23+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3380] NTP-01-005: Off-by-one in Oncore GPS Receiver
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1853.10.1 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3380] NTP-01-005: Off-by-one in Oncore GPS Receiver
+
+ ntpd/refclock_oncore.c@1.103 +1 -1
+ [Sec 3380] NTP-01-005: Off-by-one in Oncore GPS Receiver
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.23.1, 2017-02-12 17:35:27+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3382] NTP-01-007: Data Structure terminated insufficiently
+ [Sec 3383] NTP-01-008: Stack Buffer Overflow from Command Line
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1853.9.1 +6 -0
+ [Sec 3382] NTP-01-007: Data Structure terminated insufficiently
+ [Sec 3383] NTP-01-008: Stack Buffer Overflow from Command Line
+
+ ports/winnt/instsrv/instsrv.c@1.8 +52 -55
+ [Sec 3382] NTP-01-007: Data Structure terminated insufficiently
+ - use static const char ARRAY of defined length to hold MULTISZ value
+ [Sec 3383] NTP-01-008: Stack Buffer Overflow from Command Line
+ - use result-checked 'snprintf()' do concat the strings in a buffer of static size
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.22.1, 2017-02-12 13:46:35+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3388] NTP-01-014: Buffer Overflow in DPTS Clock
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1853.8.1 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3388] NTP-01-014: Buffer Overflow in DPTS Clock
+
+ ntpd/refclock_datum.c@1.23 +10 -9
+ [Sec 3388] NTP-01-014: Buffer Overflow in DPTS Clock
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.21.1, 2017-02-12 12:35:04+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3386] NTP-01-011: ntpq_stripquotes() returns incorrect Value
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1853.7.1 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3386] NTP-01-011: ntpq_stripquotes() returns incorrect Value
+
+ ntpq/libntpq.c@1.14 +35 -32
+ [Sec 3386] NTP-01-011: ntpq_stripquotes() returns incorrect Value
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.20.1, 2017-02-12 11:08:16+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3387] NTP-01-012: Authenticated DoS via Malicious Config Option
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1853.6.1 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3387] NTP-01-012: Authenticated DoS via Malicious Config Option
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.340.3.1 +12 -15
+ [Sec 3387] NTP-01-012: Authenticated DoS via Malicious Config Option
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.19.1, 2017-02-12 09:49:29+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3389] NTP-01-016: Denial of Service via Malformed Config
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1853.5.1 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3389] NTP-01-016: Denial of Service via Malformed Config
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.340.2.1 +23 -2
+ [Sec 3389] NTP-01-016: Denial of Service via Malformed Config
+ - allow 'ttl' only for network peers and 'mode' only for refclocks
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.398.1.1 +11 -9
+ [Sec 3389] NTP-01-016: Denial of Service via Malformed Config
+ clamp access to 'sys_ttl' to avoid OOB conditions / undefined behaviour
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.18.1, 2017-02-12 08:03:30+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3379] NTP-01-004 Potential Overflows in ctl_put() functions
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1853.4.1 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3379] NTP-01-004 Potential Overflows in ctl_put() functions
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.215.1.1 +99 -174
+ [Sec 3379] NTP-01-004 Potential Overflows in ctl_put() functions
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.17.1, 2017-02-11 20:47:37+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3378] NTP-01-003 Improper use of snprintf() in mx4200_send()
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1853.3.1 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3378] NTP-01-003 Improper use of snprintf() in mx4200_send()
+
+ ntpd/refclock_mx4200.c@1.31 +20 -12
+ [Sec 3378] NTP-01-003 Improper use of snprintf() in mx4200_send()
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.16.10, 2017-02-11 19:30:47+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Sec 3377] NTP-01-002 Buffer Overflow in ntpq when fetching reslist
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1853.2.6 +4 -0
+ [Sec 3377] NTP-01-002 Buffer Overflow in ntpq when fetching reslist
+
+ ntpq/ntpq-subs.c@1.119 +4 -2
+ [Sec 3377] NTP-01-002 Buffer Overflow in ntpq when fetching reslist
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.16.9, 2017-02-01 08:07:13-05:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
+ cleanup
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1853.2.5 +0 -2
+ cleanup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.16.8, 2017-02-01 08:05:36-05:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
+ Update triggers for bk-7
+
+ BitKeeper/triggers/post-incoming.license-warn@1.10 +3 -0
+ Update triggers for bk-7
+
+ BitKeeper/triggers/pre-resolve.license-chk@1.11 +3 -0
+ Update triggers for bk-7
+
+ BitKeeper/triggers/send@1.17 +2 -2
+ Update triggers for bk-7
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.16.7, 2017-02-01 07:39:35-05:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
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+ sntp/sntp.1sntpmdoc@1.340.1.1 +2 -2
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- sntp/sntp.html@1.521 +2 -2
+ sntp/sntp.html@1.520.1.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_8P9_WIN
- sntp/sntp.man.in@1.341 +3 -3
+ sntp/sntp.man.in@1.340.1.1 +3 -3
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- sntp/sntp.mdoc.in@1.341 +2 -2
+ sntp/sntp.mdoc.in@1.340.1.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_8P9_WIN
- util/invoke-ntp-keygen.texi@1.509 +2 -2
+ util/invoke-ntp-keygen.texi@1.508.1.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_8P9_WIN
- util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.527 +173 -173
+ util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.526.1.1 +173 -173
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- util/ntp-keygen-opts.h@1.525 +3 -3
+ util/ntp-keygen-opts.h@1.524.1.1 +3 -3
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- util/ntp-keygen.1ntp-keygenman@1.337 +3 -3
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- util/ntp-keygen.1ntp-keygenmdoc@1.337 +2 -2
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util/ntp-keygen.html@1.183 +2 -2
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- util/ntp-keygen.man.in@1.337 +3 -3
+ util/ntp-keygen.man.in@1.336.1.1 +3 -3
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- util/ntp-keygen.mdoc.in@1.337 +2 -2
+ util/ntp-keygen.mdoc.in@1.336.1.1 +2 -2
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-ChangeSet@1.3728, 2017-01-28 09:32:36-05:00, stenn@pogo.udel.edu
+ChangeSet@1.3720.16.6, 2017-01-28 09:32:36-05:00, stenn@pogo.udel.edu
typos
- sntp/m4/ntp_openssl.m4@1.26 +13 -13
+ sntp/m4/ntp_openssl.m4@1.25.1.1 +13 -13
typos
-ChangeSet@1.3726, 2017-01-27 11:21:38+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ChangeSet@1.3720.16.4, 2017-01-27 11:21:38+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
ntp-4.2.8p9-win
- ChangeLog@1.1855 +4 -1
+ ChangeLog@1.1853.2.2 +4 -1
ntp-4.2.8p9-win
packageinfo.sh@1.533 +1 -1
ntp-4.2.8p9-win
-ChangeSet@1.3725, 2017-01-27 11:09:20+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ChangeSet@1.3720.16.3, 2017-01-27 11:09:20+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
bk-7 repos don't have a ChangeSet file
- sntp/Makefile.am@1.89 +1 -1
+ sntp/Makefile.am@1.88.1.1 +1 -1
bk-7 repos don't have a ChangeSet file
-ChangeSet@1.3724, 2017-01-21 15:12:35+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ChangeSet@1.3720.16.2, 2017-01-21 15:12:35+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
[Bug 3144] NTP does not build without openSSL <perlinger@ntp.org>
- pulled missing changeset, minor warning fixes
- ChangeLog@1.1854 +2 -1
+ ChangeLog@1.1853.2.1 +2 -1
[Bug 3144] NTP does not build without openSSL <perlinger@ntp.org>
- pulled missing changeset, minor warning fixes
@@ -369,16 +6904,22 @@ ChangeSet@1.3724, 2017-01-21 15:12:35+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
[Bug 3144] NTP does not build without openSSL <perlinger@ntp.org>
- pulled missing changeset, minor warning fixes
-ChangeSet@1.3720.1.2, 2017-01-10 06:07:05-05:00, stenn@pogo.udel.edu
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.18, 2017-01-10 11:14:17+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ s/DNL/dnl/ in ntp_openssl.m4
+
+ sntp/m4/ntp_openssl.m4@1.26 +13 -13
+ s/DNL/dnl/ in ntp_openssl.m4
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.15.2, 2017-01-10 06:07:05-05:00, stenn@pogo.udel.edu
configure.ac cleanup
- ChangeLog@1.1852.1.1 +5 -0
+ ChangeLog@1.1852.13.1 +5 -0
configure.ac cleanup
configure.ac@1.607 +1 -1
configure.ac cleanup
-ChangeSet@1.3720.1.1, 2017-01-10 06:05:44-05:00, stenn@pogo.udel.edu
+ChangeSet@1.3720.15.1, 2017-01-10 06:05:44-05:00, stenn@pogo.udel.edu
openssl configure cleanup
sntp/m4/ntp_libntp.m4@1.34 +1 -3
@@ -387,7 +6928,586 @@ ChangeSet@1.3720.1.1, 2017-01-10 06:05:44-05:00, stenn@pogo.udel.edu
sntp/m4/ntp_openssl.m4@1.25 +19 -1
openssl configure cleanup
-ChangeSet@1.3722, 2016-11-23 08:34:52+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.14, 2017-01-08 11:33:47+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ typo
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1864 +1 -1
+ typo
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.14.1, 2017-01-08 11:16:33+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3062] Change the process name of forked DNS worker
+ - applied patch by Reinhard Max. See bugzilla for limitations.
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1852.12.1 +4 -1
+ [Bug 3062] Change the process name of forked DNS worker
+ - applied patch by Reinhard Max.
+
+ include/ntpd.h@1.194.1.1 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3062] Change the process name of forked DNS worker
+ - applied patch by Reinhard Max.
+
+ libntp/work_fork.c@1.17.1.1 +18 -0
+ [Bug 3062] Change the process name of forked DNS worker
+ - applied patch by Reinhard Max.
+
+ ntpd/ntpd.c@1.172 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3062] Change the process name of forked DNS worker
+ - applied patch by Reinhard Max.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.7, 2017-01-08 09:30:07+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ [Bug 2896] logging message cleanup
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.343 +2 -2
+ [Bug 2896] logging message cleanup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.12.1, 2017-01-07 04:30:19+00:00, abe@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ miscopt.html, driver40.html, driver40-ja.html, ChangeLog:
+ [Bug 3365] Updates driver40(-ja).html and miscopt.html
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1852.11.1 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3365] Updates driver40(-ja).html and miscopt.html
+
+ html/drivers/driver40-ja.html@1.6 +2 -1
+ [Bug 3365] Updates driver40(-ja).html and miscopt.html
+
+ html/drivers/driver40.html@1.21 +2 -1
+ [Bug 3365] Updates driver40(-ja).html and miscopt.html
+
+ html/miscopt.html@1.88 +4 -1
+ [Bug 3365] Updates driver40(-ja).html and miscopt.html
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.3, 2017-01-06 23:24:33+01:00, jnperlin@hydra.localnet
+ [Bug 3363] Support for openssl-1.1.0 without compatibility modes
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1854 +2 -0
+ [Bug 3363] Support for openssl-1.1.0 without compatibility modes
+
+ include/libssl_compat.h@1.3 +19 -0
+ [Bug 3363] Support for openssl-1.1.0 without compatibility modes
+
+ include/ntp_crypto.h@1.52 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3363] Support for openssl-1.1.0 without compatibility modes
+
+ libntp/ssl_init.c@1.22 +33 -20
+ [Bug 3363] Support for openssl-1.1.0 without compatibility modes
+
+ ntpd/ntp_crypto.c@1.189 +12 -7
+ [Bug 3363] Support for openssl-1.1.0 without compatibility modes
+
+ sntp/libevent/test/regress_ssl.c@1.8 +18 -4
+ [Bug 3363] Support for openssl-1.1.0 without compatibility modes
+
+ util/ntp-keygen.c@1.110 +17 -5
+ [Bug 3363] Support for openssl-1.1.0 without compatibility modes
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.11.1, 2017-01-04 10:46:52+01:00, jnperlin@hydra.localnet
+ [Bug 2923] Trap Configuration Fail
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1852.10.1 +4 -1
+ [Bug 2923] Trap Configuration Fail
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.340.1.1 +2 -2
+ [Bug 2923] Trap Configuration Fail
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.10.2, 2017-01-02 12:09:21+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ Update copyright year
+
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+ChangeSet@1.3720.10.1, 2017-01-02 11:53:32+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
+ cleanup
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1852.9.1 +0 -1
+ cleanup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.9.1, 2016-12-30 10:39:31+01:00, jnperlin@hydra.localnet
+ [Bug 3356] Bugfix 3072 breaks multicastclient
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1852.8.1 +3 -0
+ [Bug 3356] Bugfix 3072 breaks multicastclient
+
+ ntpd/ntp_peer.c@1.161 +2 -1
+ [Bug 3356] Bugfix 3072 breaks multicastclient
+ (see bugs.ntp.org for details)
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.8.2, 2016-12-11 11:53:32+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3065] Quiet warnings on NetBSD (take II)
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.174 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3065] Quiet warnings on NetBSD
+ - repair of repair
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.8.1, 2016-12-11 11:39:49+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3065] Quiet warnings on NetBSD
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1852.7.1 +5 -1
+ [Bug 3065] Quiet warnings on NetBSD
+
+ include/ntp_fp.h@1.33 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3065] Quiet warnings on NetBSD
+ - GPS time units are unsigned -- gpstolfp should reflect this
+
+ libparse/clk_trimtsip.c@1.14 +4 -4
+ [Bug 3065] Quiet warnings on NetBSD
+ - GPS time units are unsigned
+
+ libparse/gpstolfp.c@1.13 +2 -2
+ [Bug 3065] Quiet warnings on NetBSD
+ - GPS time units are unsigned -- gpstolfp should reflect this
+
+ ntpd/refclock_jjy.c@1.33 +7 -6
+ [Bug 3065] Quiet warnings on NetBSD
+ - length counters should better be unsigned
+
+ ntpd/refclock_parse.c@1.84 +5 -5
+ [Bug 3065] Quiet warnings on NetBSD
+ - GPS time units are unsigned
+
+ ntpq/ntpq.c@1.173 +3 -3
+ [Bug 3065] Quiet warnings on NetBSD
+
+ChangeSet@1.3686.26.1, 2016-12-08 08:28:15+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 2645] out-of-bound pointers in ctl_putsys and decode_bitflags
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1834.26.1 +5 -0
+ [Bug 2645] out-of-bound pointers in ctl_putsys and decode_bitflags
+
+ lib/isc/inet_pton.c@1.8 +3 -3
+ [Bug 2645] out-of-bound pointers in ctl_putsys and decode_bitflags
+
+ libntp/statestr.c@1.29 +4 -5
+ [Bug 2645] out-of-bound pointers in ctl_putsys and decode_bitflags
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.209.7.1 +5 -5
+ [Bug 2645] out-of-bound pointers in ctl_putsys and decode_bitflags
+
+ ntpd/ntp_io.c@1.417.1.1 +3 -4
+ [Bug 2645] out-of-bound pointers in ctl_putsys and decode_bitflags
+ - sidekick: counters should be unsigned, if it's really just for counting
+
+ ntpdc/ntpdc_ops.c@1.82 +1 -1
+ [Bug 2645] out-of-bound pointers in ctl_putsys and decode_bitflags
+ - sidekick: flags should not be counters
+
+ sntp/crypto.c@1.21.2.1 +2 -2
+ [Bug 2645] out-of-bound pointers in ctl_putsys and decode_bitflags
+ sidekick: arithmetic on void pointers is a booboo.
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.6.1, 2016-11-29 20:36:05+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 2896] Nothing happens if minsane < maxclock < minclock
+ - create error log, but stay responsive
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1852.5.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 2896] Nothing happens if minsane < maxclock < minclock
+
+ include/ntpd.h@1.195 +1 -0
+ [Bug 2896] Nothing happens if minsane < maxclock < minclock
+ - list 'sys_maxclock', too, for constraint checks
+
+ ntpd/ntp_config.c@1.341 +73 -15
+ [Bug 2896] Nothing happens if minsane < maxclock < minclock
+ - check minsane/minclock/maxclock relation and drop error log on constraint violation
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.c@1.104 +152 -152
+ [Bug 2896] Nothing happens if minsane < maxclock < minclock
+ - sidekick: minclock/maxclock should be int, not float!
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.h@1.68 +1 -1
+ [Bug 2896] Nothing happens if minsane < maxclock < minclock
+ - sidekick: minclock/maxclock should be int, not float!
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.y@1.94 +4 -4
+ [Bug 2896] Nothing happens if minsane < maxclock < minclock
+ - sidekick: minclock/maxclock should be int, not float!
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.5.1, 2016-11-27 21:09:17+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3216] libntp audio ioctl() args incorrectly cast to int on 4.4BSD-Lite derived platforms
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1852.4.1 +5 -0
+ [Bug 3216] libntp audio ioctl() args incorrectly cast to int on 4.4BSD-Lite derived platforms
+
+ libntp/audio.c@1.38 +25 -11
+ [Bug 3216] libntp audio ioctl() args incorrectly cast to int on 4.4BSD-Lite derived platforms
+ - provide platform-dependent typedef for IOCTL request identifier
+ - remove explicit, unnecessary and potentially harmful casts to 'int' for literal IOCTL requests
+ - make module-global variables static to keep them out of global namespace
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.4.1, 2016-11-27 10:18:17+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3215] 'make distcheck' fails with newer BK repository format
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1852.3.1 +3 -0
+ [Bug 3215] 'make distcheck' fails with newer BK repository format
+
+ sntp/Makefile.am@1.89 +1 -2
+ [Bug 3215] 'make distcheck' fails with newer BK repository format
+ - use 'bk root' in receipe to test for working BK and source being a BK repo in one go
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.3.1, 2016-11-26 18:10:01+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3139] (...) time_pps_create: Exec format error
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1852.2.1 +6 -0
+ [Bug 3139] (...) time_pps_create: Exec format error
+
+ ports/winnt/include/timepps.h@1.4 +14 -386
+ [Bug 3139] (...) time_pps_create: Exec format error
+ - move loader API from 'inline' to proper source
+
+ ports/winnt/ntpd/nt_ppsimpl.c@1.1 +550 -0
+ [Bug 3139] (...) time_pps_create: Exec format error
+ - move loader API from 'inline' to proper source
+ - augment pathless dlls with absolute path to NTPD
+ - use 'msyslog()' instead of 'printf()' for reporting trouble
+
+ ports/winnt/ntpd/nt_ppsimpl.c@1.0 +0 -0
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2005/ntpd.vcproj@1.22 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3139] (...) time_pps_create: Exec format error
+ - move loader API from 'inline' to proper source
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2008/ntpd/ntpd.vcproj@1.52 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3139] (...) time_pps_create: Exec format error
+ - move loader API from 'inline' to proper source
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2013/ntpd/ntpd.vcxproj@1.10 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3139] (...) time_pps_create: Exec format error
+ - move loader API from 'inline' to proper source
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2013/ntpd/ntpd.vcxproj.filters@1.7 +3 -0
+ [Bug 3139] (...) time_pps_create: Exec format error
+ - move loader API from 'inline' to proper source
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2015/ntpd/ntpd.vcxproj@1.2 +1 -0
+ [Bug 3139] (...) time_pps_create: Exec format error
+ - move loader API from 'inline' to proper source
+
+ ports/winnt/vs2015/ntpd/ntpd.vcxproj.filters@1.2 +3 -0
+ [Bug 3139] (...) time_pps_create: Exec format error
+ - move loader API from 'inline' to proper source
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.2.1, 2016-11-24 07:57:37+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3173] forking async worker: interrupted pipe I/O
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1852.1.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3173] forking async worker: interrupted pipe I/O
+
+ libntp/work_fork.c@1.18 +90 -57
+ [Bug 3173] forking async worker: interrupted pipe I/O
+
+ ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.397.1.1 +2 -1
+ [Bug 3173] forking async worker: interrupted pipe I/O
+ - sidekick: minor const/init cleanup
+
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.2, 2016-11-23 08:34:52+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
Bug 3144 - NTP does not build without openSSL
- fix SNTP to build '--without-crypto',too
- remove some warnings that result from '--without-crypto'
@@ -404,7 +7524,7 @@ ChangeSet@1.3722, 2016-11-23 08:34:52+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
Bug 3144 - NTP does not build without openSSL
- fix SNTP to build '--without-crypto', too
-ChangeSet@1.3721, 2016-11-22 22:22:46+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ChangeSet@1.3720.1.1, 2016-11-22 22:22:46+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
[Bug 3144] NTP does not build without openSSL
ChangeLog@1.1853 +3 -1
@@ -436,6 +7556,13 @@ ChangeSet@1.3721, 2016-11-22 22:22:46+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
[Bug 3144] NTP does not build without openSSL
- sidekick: Fix annoying warnings MSVC emits
+ChangeSet@1.3688.6.1, 2016-11-22 03:21:05-08:00, harlan@fb-x86-a.pfcs.com
+ NEWS:
+ NEWS
+
+ NEWS@1.178, harlan@max.pfcs.com +2 -0
+ NEWS
+
ChangeSet@1.3720, 2016-11-21 08:08:21-05:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
NTP_4_2_8P9
TAG: NTP_4_2_8P9
@@ -779,7 +7906,7 @@ ChangeSet@1.3719, 2016-11-21 07:07:04-05:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
ChangeSet@1.3718, 2016-11-21 03:47:58+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
NEWS updates, final p9 testing
- NEWS@1.203 +25 -17
+ NEWS@1.177.1.26 +25 -17
NEWS updates, final p9 testing
packageinfo.sh@1.530 +2 -2
@@ -788,13 +7915,13 @@ ChangeSet@1.3718, 2016-11-21 03:47:58+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
ChangeSet@1.3717, 2016-11-18 10:33:02+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
NEWS update for 3142
- NEWS@1.202 +2 -1
+ NEWS@1.177.1.25 +2 -1
NEWS update for 3142
-ChangeSet@1.3686.23.1, 2016-11-18 08:55:13+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ChangeSet@1.3686.25.1, 2016-11-18 08:55:13+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
[Bug 3142] bug in netmask prefix length detection
- ChangeLog@1.1834.23.1 +3 -0
+ ChangeLog@1.1834.25.1 +3 -0
[Bug 3142] bug in netmask prefix length detection
lib/isc/netaddr.c@1.15 +0 -1
@@ -803,13 +7930,37 @@ ChangeSet@1.3686.23.1, 2016-11-18 08:55:13+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
ChangeSet@1.3715, 2016-11-16 21:25:49-08:00, harlan@fb-x86-a.pfcs.com
NEWS file update
- NEWS@1.201 +7 -22
+ NEWS@1.177.1.24 +7 -22
NEWS file update
+ChangeSet@1.3686.24.1, 2016-11-16 22:14:26+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 2851] allow -4/-6 on restrict line with mask
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1834.24.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 2851] allow -4/-6 on restrict line with mask
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.c@1.102.1.1 +248 -248
+ [Bug 2851] allow -4/-6 on restrict line with mask
+ - update bison-generated file
+
+ ntpd/ntp_parser.y@1.92.1.1 +1 -1
+ [Bug 2851] allow -4/-6 on restrict line with mask
+ - applied patch by Miroslav Lichvar for ntp4.2.6 compat
+
+ChangeSet@1.3686.23.1, 2016-11-15 23:02:51+01:00, perlinger@ntp.org
+ [Bug 3107] Incorrect Logic for Peer Event Limiting
+
+ ChangeLog@1.1834.23.1 +4 -0
+ [Bug 3107] Incorrect Logic for Peer Event Limiting
+
+ ntpd/ntp_control.c@1.209.6.1 +1 -1
+ [Bug 3107] Incorrect Logic for Peer Event Limiting
+ - applied patch by Matthew Van Gundy
+
ChangeSet@1.3707.1.1, 2016-11-13 21:59:31-08:00, harlan@fb-x86-a.pfcs.com
cleanup
- NEWS@1.197.1.1 +201 -77
+ NEWS@1.177.2.1 +201 -77
cleanup
ChangeSet@1.3713, 2016-11-13 21:56:18-08:00, harlan@hms-mbp11.pfcs.com
@@ -821,19 +7972,19 @@ ChangeSet@1.3713, 2016-11-13 21:56:18-08:00, harlan@hms-mbp11.pfcs.com
ChangeSet@1.3712, 2016-11-13 02:43:02+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
NEWS updates
- NEWS@1.199 +17 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.22 +17 -0
NEWS updates
ChangeSet@1.3710, 2016-11-13 02:30:31+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
NEWS cleanup
- NEWS@1.198 +2 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.21 +2 -0
NEWS cleanup
ChangeSet@1.3707, 2016-11-12 17:36:54-08:00, harlan@fb-x86-a.pfcs.com
NEWS cleanup
- NEWS@1.197 +41 -6
+ NEWS@1.177.1.20 +41 -6
NEWS cleanup
ChangeSet@1.3706, 2016-11-12 16:55:59-08:00, harlan@fb-x86-a.pfcs.com
@@ -842,7 +7993,7 @@ ChangeSet@1.3706, 2016-11-12 16:55:59-08:00, harlan@fb-x86-a.pfcs.com
ChangeLog@1.1846.1.2 +1 -0
[Bug 3067] Root distance calculation needs improvement. HStenn
- NEWS@1.196 +1 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.19 +1 -0
[Bug 3067] Root distance calculation needs improvement. HStenn
ntpd/ntp_proto.c@1.396 +16 -11
@@ -854,7 +8005,7 @@ ChangeSet@1.3705, 2016-11-12 15:57:34-08:00, harlan@fb-x86-a.pfcs.com
ChangeLog@1.1846.1.1 +1 -0
[Bug 3138] gpsdjson refclock should honor fudgetime1. stenn@ntp.org
- NEWS@1.195 +1 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.18 +1 -0
[Bug 3138] gpsdjson refclock should honor fudgetime1. stenn@ntp.org
ntpd/refclock_gpsdjson.c@1.25 +1 -1
@@ -963,7 +8114,7 @@ ChangeSet@1.3698.2.1, 2016-11-03 17:02:24-07:00, harlan@max.pfcs.com
ChangeSet@1.3699.1.2, 2016-10-31 10:56:33+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
Add bug 3125 to the NEWS file
- NEWS@1.194 +2 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.17 +2 -0
Add bug 3125 to the NEWS file
ChangeSet@1.3701, 2016-10-24 07:37:25+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
@@ -1511,19 +8662,19 @@ ChangeSet@1.3688.3.2, 2016-10-02 09:01:53+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
ChangeSet@1.3698, 2016-10-01 10:52:11+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
Update NEWS for 3119
- NEWS@1.193 +17 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.16 +17 -0
Update NEWS for 3119
ChangeSet@1.3696, 2016-10-01 10:43:24+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
Update NEWS for 3118
- NEWS@1.192 +17 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.15 +17 -0
Update NEWS for 3118
ChangeSet@1.3694, 2016-10-01 10:29:06+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
Update NEWS for 3110
- NEWS@1.191 +17 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.14 +17 -0
Update NEWS for 3110
ChangeSet@1.3688.3.1, 2016-10-01 11:36:55+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
@@ -1557,13 +8708,13 @@ ChangeSet@1.3688.3.1, 2016-10-01 11:36:55+02:00, perlinger@ntp.org
ChangeSet@1.3691, 2016-10-01 09:18:25+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
Update NEWS for 3082
- NEWS@1.190 +17 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.13 +17 -0
Update NEWS for 3082
ChangeSet@1.3688.1.33, 2016-10-01 08:32:28+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
[Bug 3072] tweaks
- NEWS@1.189 +16 -1
+ NEWS@1.177.1.12 +16 -1
[Bug 3072] tweaks
ntpd/ntp_peer.c@1.160 +6 -1
@@ -1588,7 +8739,7 @@ ChangeSet@1.3688.1.31, 2016-09-29 20:53:30+00:00, perlinger@ntp.org
ChangeSet@1.3688.1.30, 2016-09-29 12:03:17+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
NEWS update
- NEWS@1.188 +2 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.11 +2 -0
NEWS update
ChangeSet@1.3688.2.1, 2016-09-29 11:59:03+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
@@ -1597,7 +8748,7 @@ ChangeSet@1.3688.2.1, 2016-09-29 11:59:03+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
ChangeLog@1.1836.2.1, stenn@stenn.ntp.org +1 -0
Shim X509_get_signature_nid() if needed
- NEWS@1.187, stenn@stenn.ntp.org +1 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.10, stenn@stenn.ntp.org +1 -0
Shim X509_get_signature_nid() if needed
libntp/ssl_init.c@1.17.1.3 +1 -1
@@ -1609,13 +8760,13 @@ ChangeSet@1.3688.2.1, 2016-09-29 11:59:03+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
ChangeSet@1.3688.1.27, 2016-09-28 11:28:56+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
NEWS
- NEWS@1.186 +1 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.9 +1 -0
NEWS
ChangeSet@1.3688.1.25, 2016-09-28 11:24:36+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
NEWS
- NEWS@1.185 +2 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.8 +2 -0
NEWS
ChangeSet@1.3688.1.23, 2016-09-28 11:17:22+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
@@ -1624,25 +8775,25 @@ ChangeSet@1.3688.1.23, 2016-09-28 11:17:22+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
ChangeLog@1.1836.1.19 +2 -2
Updated ChangeLog and NEWS
- NEWS@1.184 +2 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.7 +2 -0
Updated ChangeLog and NEWS
ChangeSet@1.3688.1.21, 2016-09-28 11:12:28+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
NEWS
- NEWS@1.183 +2 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.6 +2 -0
NEWS
ChangeSet@1.3688.1.19, 2016-09-28 11:01:29+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
NEWS
- NEWS@1.182 +3 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.5 +3 -0
NEWS
ChangeSet@1.3688.1.17, 2016-09-28 10:54:12+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
Update ChangeLog and NEWS
- NEWS@1.181 +3 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.4 +3 -0
Update ChangeLog and NEWS
ChangeSet@1.3688.1.15, 2016-09-28 10:45:21+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
@@ -1651,13 +8802,13 @@ ChangeSet@1.3688.1.15, 2016-09-28 10:45:21+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
ChangeLog@1.1836.1.14 +2 -2
Update ChangeLog and NEWS
- NEWS@1.180 +2 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.3 +2 -0
Update ChangeLog and NEWS
ChangeSet@1.3688.1.13, 2016-09-28 10:37:17+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
NEWS updates
- NEWS@1.179 +4 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.2 +4 -0
NEWS updates
ChangeSet@1.3688.1.11, 2016-09-28 10:25:01+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
@@ -1666,7 +8817,7 @@ ChangeSet@1.3688.1.11, 2016-09-28 10:25:01+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
ChangeLog@1.1836.1.11 +1 -1
Update ChangeLog and NEWS
- NEWS@1.178 +1 -0
+ NEWS@1.177.1.1 +1 -0
Update ChangeLog and NEWS
ChangeSet@1.3688.1.8, 2016-09-28 08:17:16+00:00, stenn@psp-deb1.ntp.org
@@ -146956,9 +154107,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.15.74, 2009-12-08 08:23:12-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.26.2 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P8
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.26.2 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P8
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.26.2 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P8
@@ -147038,9 +154186,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.15.73, 2009-12-08 07:45:28-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.26.1 +54 -2
NTP_4_2_4P9_RC1
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.26.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P9_RC1
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.26.1 +5 -5
NTP_4_2_4P9_RC1
@@ -163972,9 +171117,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.15.70, 2009-05-18 05:04:41-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.25.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P7
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.25.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P7
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.25.1 +4 -4
NTP_4_2_4P7
@@ -164340,9 +171482,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.15.64, 2009-05-12 02:41:56-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.24.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P7_RC7
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.24.1 +3 -3
- NTP_4_2_4P7_RC7
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.24.1 +3 -3
NTP_4_2_4P7_RC7
@@ -164816,9 +171955,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.15.58, 2009-05-08 04:42:52-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.23.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P7_RC6
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.23.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P7_RC6
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.23.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P7_RC6
@@ -165532,9 +172668,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.15.50, 2009-05-02 02:38:49-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.22.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P7_RC5
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.22.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P7_RC5
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.22.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P7_RC5
@@ -165932,9 +173065,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.15.48, 2009-04-29 04:03:41-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.21.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P7_RC4
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.21.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P7_RC4
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.21.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P7_RC4
@@ -166945,9 +174075,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.15.44, 2009-04-22 08:18:29-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.20.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P7_RC3
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.20.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P7_RC3
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.20.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P7_RC3
@@ -167569,9 +174696,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.15.30, 2009-04-09 07:44:06-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.19.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P7_RC2
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.19.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P7_RC2
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.19.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P7_RC2
@@ -168111,9 +175235,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.15.26, 2009-03-30 06:47:41-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.18.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P7_RC1
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.18.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P7_RC1
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.18.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P7_RC1
@@ -169448,9 +176569,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.15.12, 2009-01-08 06:21:48-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.17.2 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P6
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.17.2 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P6
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.17.2 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P6
@@ -169530,9 +176648,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.15.11, 2009-01-08 04:49:23-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.17.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P5
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.17.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P5
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.17.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P5
@@ -172785,9 +179900,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1735.4.1, 2008-08-30 22:09:29-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
ChangeSet@1.1759, 2008-08-22 21:27:59-04:00, stenn@pogo.udel.edu
remove bogus .o file
- BitKeeper/deleted/.del-utilities.o@1.2 +0 -0
- Delete: gsoc_sntp/utilities.o
-
ChangeSet@1.1735.1.29, 2008-08-21 05:05:19+00:00, gopal@pogo.udel.edu
driver20.html:
[BUG 610] Documentation update for NMEA reference clock driver.
@@ -173066,9 +180178,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.15.4, 2008-08-17 05:30:47-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.16.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P5
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.16.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P5
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.16.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P5
@@ -173190,11 +180299,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1755, 2008-08-16 06:41:28+09:00, Amidamaru@yumi.mxiesoft.com
gsoc_sntp/utilities.h@1.0 +0 -0
- gsoc_sntp/utilities.o@1.1 +177 -0
- BitKeeper file /geom_mobile/home/Amidamaru/projects/sntp/repo/ntp-dev/gsoc_sntp/utilities.o
-
- gsoc_sntp/utilities.o@1.0 +0 -0
-
ChangeSet@1.1436.1.105, 2008-08-10 21:56:17-04:00, clemens@pogo.udel.edu
BUG[1052] Minor reordering of previous patch to make it more robust.
@@ -173352,9 +180456,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.101, 2008-08-10 07:44:31-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.15.1 +2 -3
NTP_4_2_4P5_RC2
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.15.1 +3 -3
- NTP_4_2_4P5_RC2
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.15.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P5_RC2
@@ -174815,9 +181916,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.95, 2008-05-20 03:51:01-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.14.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P5_RC1
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.14.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P5_RC1
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.14.1 +6 -7
NTP_4_2_4P5_RC1
@@ -180076,9 +187174,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.84, 2007-09-10 20:40:19-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.13.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P4
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.13.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P4
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.13.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P4
@@ -180385,9 +187480,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.81, 2007-08-28 15:34:55-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.12.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P4_RC2
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.12.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P4_RC2
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.12.1 +4 -4
NTP_4_2_4P4_RC2
@@ -180775,9 +187867,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.78, 2007-08-18 17:11:19-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.11.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P4_RC1
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.11.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P4_RC1
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.11.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P4_RC1
@@ -182125,9 +189214,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.66, 2007-06-29 15:46:00-04:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.10.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P3
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.10.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P3
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.10.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P3
@@ -182377,9 +189463,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.63, 2007-06-27 07:46:44-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.9.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P3_RC1
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.9.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P3_RC1
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.9.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P3_RC1
@@ -182875,9 +189958,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.59, 2007-06-20 07:45:57-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.8.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P2
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.8.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P2
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.8.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P2
@@ -183525,9 +190605,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.57, 2007-06-10 07:58:59-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.7.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P2_RC6
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.7.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P2_RC6
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.7.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P2_RC6
@@ -184282,9 +191359,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.54, 2007-05-29 07:43:58-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.6.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P2_RC5
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.6.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P2_RC5
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.6.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P2_RC5
@@ -184542,9 +191616,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.51, 2007-05-27 07:45:05-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.5.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P2_RC4
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.5.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P2_RC4
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.5.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P2_RC4
@@ -184755,9 +191826,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.3.9, 2007-05-25 07:44:43-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.4.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P2_RC3
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.4.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P2_RC3
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.4.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P2_RC3
@@ -185084,9 +192152,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.3.3, 2007-05-19 07:53:57-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.3.2 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P2_RC2
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.3.2 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P2_RC2
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.3.2 +4 -4
NTP_4_2_4P2_RC2
@@ -185830,9 +192895,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.3.2, 2007-05-19 02:33:04-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.3.1 +1 -1
We need to use the upgraded autogen/libopts in -stable too.
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.3.1 +2 -2
- We need to use the upgraded autogen/libopts in -stable too.
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.3.1 +23 -14
We need to use the upgraded autogen/libopts in -stable too.
@@ -187887,9 +194949,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.44, 2007-04-14 19:05:07-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.2.2 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P2_RC1
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.2.2 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P2_RC1
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.2.3 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P2_RC1
@@ -187975,9 +195034,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.42, 2007-04-14 07:53:43-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.2.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P1_RC1
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.2.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P1_RC1
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.2.2 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P1_RC1
@@ -190138,9 +197194,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.36, 2007-03-07 06:46:09-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.1.6 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P0
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.1.6 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P0
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.1.6 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P0
@@ -190310,9 +197363,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.60, 2007-03-03 22:41:27-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
BitKeeper/deleted/.del-sntp-opts.texi@1.68 +0 -0
Delete: sntp/sntp-opts.texi
- BitKeeper/deleted/.del-sntp.1@1.71 +0 -0
- Delete: sntp/sntp.1
-
ntpd/ntpd-opts.c@1.1 +1055 -0
BitKeeper file /deacon/backroom/ntp-dev/ntpd/ntpd-opts.c
@@ -190506,9 +197556,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.58, 2007-03-03 06:43:50-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.66 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P15
- sntp/sntp.1@1.69 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P15
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.69 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P15
@@ -190598,9 +197645,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.55, 2007-02-26 06:42:31-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.65 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P14
- sntp/sntp.1@1.68 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P14
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.68 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P14
@@ -190694,9 +197738,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.52, 2007-02-25 06:42:44-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.64 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P13
- sntp/sntp.1@1.67 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P13
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.67 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P13
@@ -190789,9 +197830,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.50, 2007-02-24 08:33:25-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.63 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P12
- sntp/sntp.1@1.66 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P12
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.66 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P12
@@ -190868,9 +197906,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.33, 2007-02-24 06:42:26-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.1.5 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P0_RC5
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.1.5 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P0_RC5
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.1.5 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P0_RC5
@@ -190959,9 +197994,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.47, 2007-02-23 06:42:48-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.62 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P11
- sntp/sntp.1@1.65 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P11
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.65 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P11
@@ -191053,9 +198085,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.44, 2007-02-22 06:46:29-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.61 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P10
- sntp/sntp.1@1.64 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P10
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.64 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P10
@@ -191138,9 +198167,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.42, 2007-02-19 08:43:35-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.59 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P9
- sntp/sntp.1@1.62 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P9
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.62 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P9
@@ -191217,9 +198243,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.30, 2007-02-19 06:46:30-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.1.4 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4P0_RC4
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.1.4 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4P0_RC4
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.1.4 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4P0_RC4
@@ -191329,9 +198352,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.39, 2007-02-17 06:42:34-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.57 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P8
- sntp/sntp.1@1.60 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P8
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.60 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P8
@@ -191417,9 +198437,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.37, 2007-02-16 06:42:39-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.56 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P7
- sntp/sntp.1@1.59 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P7
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.59 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P7
@@ -191520,9 +198537,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.34, 2007-02-05 08:45:44-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.55 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P6
- sntp/sntp.1@1.58 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P6
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.58 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P6
@@ -191599,9 +198613,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.27, 2007-02-05 06:47:44-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.1.3 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4_RC3
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.1.3 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4_RC3
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.1.3 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4_RC3
@@ -191747,9 +198758,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.29, 2007-01-31 06:42:22-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.53 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P5
- sntp/sntp.1@1.56 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P5
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.56 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P5
@@ -191832,9 +198840,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.27, 2007-01-30 08:41:43-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.52 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P4
- sntp/sntp.1@1.55 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P4
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.55 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P4
@@ -191911,9 +198916,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.20, 2007-01-30 06:44:11-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.1.2 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4_RC2
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.1.2 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4_RC2
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.1.2 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4_RC2
@@ -192059,9 +199061,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.21, 2007-01-25 18:30:28-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.51 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P3
- sntp/sntp.1@1.54 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P3
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.54 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P3
@@ -192144,9 +199143,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.14, 2007-01-23 04:47:08-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46.1.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4_RC1
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49.1.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4_RC1
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49.1.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4_RC1
@@ -192376,9 +199372,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.13, 2007-01-08 06:01:47-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.49 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P2
- sntp/sntp.1@1.52 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P2
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.52 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P2
@@ -192496,9 +199489,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440.1.10, 2007-01-06 05:35:24-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.48 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P1
- sntp/sntp.1@1.51 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P1
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.51 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P1
@@ -193130,9 +200120,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1440, 2006-12-29 06:43:02-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.45.1.2 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5P0
- sntp/sntp.1@1.48.1.2 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5P0
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.48.1.2 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5P0
@@ -193242,9 +200229,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1438, 2006-12-28 21:29:25-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.45.1.1 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_5
- sntp/sntp.1@1.48.1.1 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_5
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.48.1.1 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_5
@@ -193321,9 +200305,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1436.1.1, 2006-12-28 19:21:25-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.46 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_4
- sntp/sntp.1@1.49 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_4
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.49 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_4
@@ -193502,9 +200483,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1426, 2006-11-25 06:41:49-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.45 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P70_RC
- sntp/sntp.1@1.48 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P70_RC
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.48 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P70_RC
@@ -193590,9 +200568,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1424, 2006-11-24 06:42:33-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.44 +9 -1
NTP_4_2_3P69_RC
- sntp/sntp.1@1.47 +8 -64
- NTP_4_2_3P69_RC
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.47 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P69_RC
@@ -193684,9 +200659,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1422, 2006-11-22 06:42:29-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.43 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P68_RC
- sntp/sntp.1@1.46 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P68_RC
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.46 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P68_RC
@@ -193781,9 +200753,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1419, 2006-11-21 06:42:26-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.42 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P67_RC
- sntp/sntp.1@1.45 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P67_RC
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.45 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P67_RC
@@ -193881,9 +200850,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1415, 2006-11-19 06:45:35-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.41 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P66_RC
- sntp/sntp.1@1.44 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P66_RC
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.44 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P66_RC
@@ -193978,9 +200944,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1412, 2006-11-10 06:41:45-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.40 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P65_RC
- sntp/sntp.1@1.43 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P65_RC
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.43 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P65_RC
@@ -194069,9 +201032,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1409, 2006-11-09 06:42:28-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.39 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P64_RC
- sntp/sntp.1@1.42 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P64_RC
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.42 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P64_RC
@@ -194164,9 +201124,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1406, 2006-11-06 06:47:05-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.38 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P63_RC
- sntp/sntp.1@1.41 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P63_RC
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.41 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P63_RC
@@ -194276,9 +201233,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1400, 2006-11-01 06:45:21-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.37 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P62_RC
- sntp/sntp.1@1.40 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P62_RC
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.40 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P62_RC
@@ -194370,9 +201324,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1397, 2006-10-23 07:48:24-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.36 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P61_RC
- sntp/sntp.1@1.39 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P61_RC
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.39 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P61_RC
@@ -194458,9 +201409,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.12.3, 2006-10-20 07:45:30-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.35 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P60_RC
- sntp/sntp.1@1.38 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P60_RC
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.38 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P60_RC
@@ -194556,9 +201504,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.52, 2006-10-15 07:42:15-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.34 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P59
- sntp/sntp.1@1.37 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P59
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.37 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P59
@@ -194661,9 +201606,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.50, 2006-10-14 07:41:41-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.33 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P58
- sntp/sntp.1@1.36 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P58
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.36 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P58
@@ -194763,9 +201705,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.48, 2006-10-13 07:48:30-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.32 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P57
- sntp/sntp.1@1.35 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P57
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.35 +4 -4
NTP_4_2_3P57
@@ -195163,9 +202102,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.42, 2006-10-12 07:40:55-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.31 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P56
- sntp/sntp.1@1.34 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P56
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.32 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P56
@@ -195260,9 +202196,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.39, 2006-10-11 07:44:18-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.30 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P55
- sntp/sntp.1@1.33 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P55
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.31 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P55
@@ -195357,9 +202290,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.36, 2006-10-10 07:46:00-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.29 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P54
- sntp/sntp.1@1.32 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P54
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.30 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P54
@@ -195454,9 +202384,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.33, 2006-10-09 07:41:25-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.28 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P53
- sntp/sntp.1@1.31 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P53
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.29 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P53
@@ -195542,9 +202469,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.31, 2006-10-08 19:39:10-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.27 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P52
- sntp/sntp.1@1.30 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P52
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.28 +4 -4
NTP_4_2_3P52
@@ -195825,9 +202749,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.25, 2006-09-26 16:16:30-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.26 +1 -1
autogen update
- sntp/sntp.1@1.29 +1 -1
- autogen update
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.26 +3 -3
autogen update
@@ -195904,9 +202825,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.24, 2006-09-25 07:49:15-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.25 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P51
- sntp/sntp.1@1.28 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P51
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.25 +4 -4
NTP_4_2_3P51
@@ -196186,9 +203104,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.23, 2006-09-25 01:53:46-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.24 +1 -1
autogen upgrade
- sntp/sntp.1@1.27 +2 -2
- autogen upgrade
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.24 +3 -2
autogen upgrade
@@ -196265,9 +203180,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.22, 2006-09-24 05:30:52-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.23 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P50
- sntp/sntp.1@1.26 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P50
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.23 +43 -43
NTP_4_2_3P50
@@ -196731,9 +203643,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.16, 2006-09-21 07:42:50-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.22 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P49
- sntp/sntp.1@1.25 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P49
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.22 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P49
@@ -196828,9 +203737,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.13, 2006-09-19 07:43:25-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.21 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P48
- sntp/sntp.1@1.24 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P48
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.21 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P48
@@ -196938,9 +203844,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.2.35, 2006-09-16 18:54:38-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.20 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P47
- sntp/sntp.1@1.23 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P47
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.20 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P47
@@ -197036,9 +203939,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.2.33, 2006-09-13 07:43:13-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.19 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P46
- sntp/sntp.1@1.22 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P46
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.19 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P46
@@ -197136,9 +204036,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.2.29, 2006-09-12 07:42:34-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.18 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P45
- sntp/sntp.1@1.21 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P45
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.18 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P45
@@ -197237,9 +204134,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.2.25, 2006-09-11 07:47:06-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.17 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P44
- sntp/sntp.1@1.20 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P44
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.17 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P44
@@ -197406,9 +204300,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.2.23, 2006-09-10 18:03:04-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.16 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P43
- sntp/sntp.1@1.19 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P43
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.16 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P43
@@ -197491,9 +204382,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.2.21, 2006-09-10 07:48:06-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.15 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P42
- sntp/sntp.1@1.18 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P42
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.15 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P42
@@ -197678,9 +204566,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.5.1, 2006-09-09 05:19:19-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.14 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P41
- sntp/sntp.1@1.17 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P41
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.14 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P41
@@ -197811,9 +204696,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.2.11, 2006-09-07 21:45:01-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.13 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P39
- sntp/sntp.1@1.16 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P39
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.13 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P39
@@ -197965,9 +204847,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.2.4, 2006-08-31 02:06:16-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.12 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P38
- sntp/sntp.1@1.15 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P38
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.12 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P38
@@ -198093,9 +204972,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1379.1.3, 2006-08-28 21:48:10-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.11 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P37
- sntp/sntp.1@1.14 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P37
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.11 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P37
@@ -198208,9 +205084,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1353.21.3, 2006-08-26 15:10:29-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.10 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P36
- sntp/sntp.1@1.13 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P36
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.10 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P36
@@ -198294,9 +205167,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1353.22.1, 2006-08-26 05:05:56-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.9 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P35
- sntp/sntp.1@1.12 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P35
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.9 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P35
@@ -198436,9 +205306,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1353.9.42, 2006-08-20 20:18:08-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.8 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P34
- sntp/sntp.1@1.11 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P34
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.8 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P34
@@ -198521,9 +205388,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1353.9.39, 2006-08-19 23:34:01-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.7 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P33
- sntp/sntp.1@1.10 +2 -2
- NTP_4_2_3P33
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.7 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P33
@@ -198689,9 +205553,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1353.17.1, 2006-08-17 00:52:10-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.6 +1 -1
run autogen after point release
- sntp/sntp.1@1.9 +2 -2
- run autogen after point release
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.6 +2 -2
run autogen after point release
@@ -198821,9 +205682,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1353.9.29, 2006-08-15 05:53:43-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.5 +1 -1
regenerate autogen-erated files
- sntp/sntp.1@1.8 +2 -2
- regenerate autogen-erated files
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.5 +29 -4
regenerate autogen-erated files
@@ -198917,9 +205775,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1353.15.9, 2006-08-10 21:41:32-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.4 +1 -1
NTP_4_2_3P29
- sntp/sntp.1@1.7 +82 -3
- NTP_4_2_3P29
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.4 +2 -2
NTP_4_2_3P29
@@ -199412,12 +206267,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1353.1.96, 2006-08-02 20:21:23-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/sntp-opts.texi@1.2 +0 -0
Change mode to -rw-r--r--
- sntp/sntp.1@1.6 +129 -64
- autogen upgrade
-
- sntp/sntp.1@1.5 +0 -0
- Change mode to -rw-r--r--
-
util/ntp-keygen-opts.c@1.3 +54 -36
autogen upgrade
@@ -202195,7 +209044,7 @@ ChangeSet@1.1251.85.2, 2006-04-20 23:59:56-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
[Bug 527] Lose signalled IO.
configure.ac@1.359.1.28 +7 -2
- [Bug 527] Losed signalled IO.
+ [Bug 527] Lose signalled IO.
ChangeSet@1.1251.85.1, 2006-04-18 05:58:13-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
there are 240 ntp-dev patch releases so far
@@ -203644,7 +210493,7 @@ ChangeSet@1.1251.67.12, 2005-10-27 21:38:04-04:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
[Bug 516] unprotected crypto_update() call fix from Dave Mills
ChangeSet@1.1251.67.11, 2005-10-25 20:15:47-04:00, stenn@deacon.udel.edu
- [Bug 517] Allow dynamic SSL libraries
+ [Bug 519] Allow dynamic SSL libraries
configure.ac@1.359.1.24 +3 -2
[Bug 519] Allow dynamic SSL libraries: also check /usr/sfw/{lib,include}
@@ -209124,6 +215973,7 @@ ChangeSet@1.1251.1.28, 2004-11-28 03:35:01-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
ntpdate/ntpdate.c@1.48 +2 -2
[Bug 363] ntpdate: use -1 to represent an invalid fd
+ Fix from Rainer Weikusat.
ChangeSet@1.1251.1.27, 2004-11-21 21:33:09-05:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
[Bug 349] Patches from Takao Abe
@@ -209824,9 +216674,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1202.5.2, 2004-10-23 03:09:05-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/main.c@1.5 +19 -115
Lose broadcast and server modes.
- sntp/sntp.1@1.4 +0 -23
- Lose broadcast and server modes.
-
sntp/socket.c@1.4 +6 -22
Lose broadcast and server modes.
@@ -210214,17 +217061,6 @@ ChangeSet@1.1202.1.16, 2004-08-25 01:16:52-04:00, stenn@whimsy.udel.edu
sntp/main.c@1.4 +8 -8
added sntp.1 and did a little cleanup
- sntp/sntp.1@1.3 +25 -15
- added sntp.1 and did a little cleanup
-
- sntp/sntp.1@1.2 +0 -0
- Rename: sntp/msntp.1 -> sntp/sntp.1
-
- sntp/msntp.1@1.1 +325 -0
-
- sntp/msntp.1@1.0 +0 -0
- BitKeeper file /deacon/backroom/ntp-dev/sntp/msntp.1
-
ChangeSet@1.1202.1.15, 2004-08-23 22:08:55-04:00, stenn@www.ntp.org
make propdelay compile/link
diff --git a/Makefile.in b/Makefile.in
index 0cb05d32b4e0..7353076ae838 100644
--- a/Makefile.in
+++ b/Makefile.in
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
-# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15 from Makefile.am.
+# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15.1 from Makefile.am.
# @configure_input@
-# Copyright (C) 1994-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1994-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This Makefile.in is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -830,7 +830,7 @@ distdir: $(DISTFILES)
! -type d ! -perm -444 -exec $(install_sh) -c -m a+r {} {} \; \
|| chmod -R a+r "$(distdir)"
dist-gzip: distdir
- tardir=$(distdir) && $(am__tar) | GZIP=$(GZIP_ENV) gzip -c >$(distdir).tar.gz
+ tardir=$(distdir) && $(am__tar) | eval GZIP= gzip $(GZIP_ENV) -c >$(distdir).tar.gz
$(am__post_remove_distdir)
dist-bzip2: distdir
@@ -856,7 +856,7 @@ dist-shar: distdir
@echo WARNING: "Support for shar distribution archives is" \
"deprecated." >&2
@echo WARNING: "It will be removed altogether in Automake 2.0" >&2
- shar $(distdir) | GZIP=$(GZIP_ENV) gzip -c >$(distdir).shar.gz
+ shar $(distdir) | eval GZIP= gzip $(GZIP_ENV) -c >$(distdir).shar.gz
$(am__post_remove_distdir)
dist-zip: distdir
@@ -874,7 +874,7 @@ dist dist-all:
distcheck: dist
case '$(DIST_ARCHIVES)' in \
*.tar.gz*) \
- GZIP=$(GZIP_ENV) gzip -dc $(distdir).tar.gz | $(am__untar) ;;\
+ eval GZIP= gzip $(GZIP_ENV) -dc $(distdir).tar.gz | $(am__untar) ;;\
*.tar.bz2*) \
bzip2 -dc $(distdir).tar.bz2 | $(am__untar) ;;\
*.tar.lz*) \
@@ -884,7 +884,7 @@ distcheck: dist
*.tar.Z*) \
uncompress -c $(distdir).tar.Z | $(am__untar) ;;\
*.shar.gz*) \
- GZIP=$(GZIP_ENV) gzip -dc $(distdir).shar.gz | unshar ;;\
+ eval GZIP= gzip $(GZIP_ENV) -dc $(distdir).shar.gz | unshar ;;\
*.zip*) \
unzip $(distdir).zip ;;\
esac
diff --git a/NEWS b/NEWS
index 8dc0f0f728a6..5cae9372a298 100644
--- a/NEWS
+++ b/NEWS
@@ -1,8 +1,60 @@
+---
+NTP 4.2.8p13 (Harlan Stenn <stenn@ntp.org>, 2019 Mar 07)
+
+Focus: Security, Bug fixes, enhancements.
+
+Severity: MEDIUM
+
+This release fixes a bug that allows an attacker with access to an
+explicitly trusted source to send a crafted malicious mode 6 (ntpq)
+packet that can trigger a NULL pointer dereference, crashing ntpd.
+It also provides 17 other bugfixes and 1 other improvement:
+
+* [Sec 3565] Crafted null dereference attack in authenticated
+ mode 6 packet <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - reported by Magnus Stubman
+* [Bug 3560] Fix build when HAVE_DROPROOT is not defined <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - applied patch by Ian Lepore
+* [Bug 3558] Crash and integer size bug <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - isolate and fix linux/windows specific code issue
+* [Bug 3556] ntp_loopfilter.c snprintf compilation warnings <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - provide better function for incremental string formatting
+* [Bug 3555] Tidy up print alignment of debug output from ntpdate <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - applied patch by Gerry Garvey
+* [Bug 3554] config revoke stores incorrect value <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - original finding by Gerry Garvey, additional cleanup needed
+* [Bug 3549] Spurious initgroups() error message <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - patch by Christous Zoulas
+* [Bug 3548] Signature not verified on windows system <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - finding by Chen Jiabin, plus another one by me
+* [Bug 3541] patch to fix STA_NANO struct timex units <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - applied patch by Maciej Szmigiero
+* [Bug 3540] Cannot set minsane to 0 anymore <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - applied patch by Andre Charbonneau
+* [Bug 3539] work_fork build fails when droproot is not supported <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - applied patch by Baruch Siach
+* [Bug 3538] Build fails for no-MMU targets <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - applied patch by Baruch Siach
+* [Bug 3535] libparse won't handle GPS week rollover <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - refactored handling of GPS era based on 'tos basedate' for
+ parse (TSIP) and JUPITER clocks
+* [Bug 3529] Build failures on Mac OS X 10.13 (High Sierra) <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - patch by Daniel J. Luke; this does not fix a potential linker
+ regression issue on MacOS.
+* [Bug 3527 - Backward Incompatible] mode7 clockinfo fudgeval2 packet
+ anomaly <perlinger@ntp.org>, reported by GGarvey.
+ - --enable-bug3527-fix support by HStenn
+* [Bug 3526] Incorrect poll interval in packet <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - applied patch by Gerry Garvey
+* [Bug 3471] Check for openssl/[ch]mac.h. <perlinger@ntp.org>
+ - added missing check, reported by Reinhard Max <perlinger@ntp.org>
+* [Bug 1674] runtime crashes and sync problems affecting both x86 and x86_64
+ - this is a variant of [bug 3558] and should be fixed with it
+* Implement 'configure --disable-signalled-io'
+
--
NTP 4.2.8p12 (Harlan Stenn <stenn@ntp.org>, 2018/14/09)
-NOTE: this NEWS file will be undergoing more revisions.
-
Focus: Security, Bug fixes, enhancements.
Severity: MEDIUM
diff --git a/aclocal.m4 b/aclocal.m4
index b692416c250d..ec9f3a527ca3 100644
--- a/aclocal.m4
+++ b/aclocal.m4
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-# generated automatically by aclocal 1.15 -*- Autoconf -*-
+# generated automatically by aclocal 1.15.1 -*- Autoconf -*-
-# Copyright (C) 1996-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1996-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -20,126 +20,121 @@ You have another version of autoconf. It may work, but is not guaranteed to.
If you have problems, you may need to regenerate the build system entirely.
To do so, use the procedure documented by the package, typically 'autoreconf'.])])
-# serial 9 -*- Autoconf -*-
-# Enable extensions on systems that normally disable them.
+# longlong.m4 serial 17
+dnl Copyright (C) 1999-2007, 2009-2016 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+dnl This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
+dnl gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
+dnl with or without modifications, as long as this notice is preserved.
-# Copyright (C) 2003, 2006-2010 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
-# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
-# with or without modifications, as long as this notice is preserved.
+dnl From Paul Eggert.
-# This definition of AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS is stolen from CVS
-# Autoconf. Perhaps we can remove this once we can assume Autoconf
-# 2.62 or later everywhere, but since CVS Autoconf mutates rapidly
-# enough in this area it's likely we'll need to redefine
-# AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS for quite some time.
-
-# If autoconf reports a warning
-# warning: AC_COMPILE_IFELSE was called before AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS
-# or warning: AC_RUN_IFELSE was called before AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS
-# the fix is
-# 1) to ensure that AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS is never directly invoked
-# but always AC_REQUIREd,
-# 2) to ensure that for each occurrence of
-# AC_REQUIRE([AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS])
-# or
-# AC_REQUIRE([gl_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS])
-# the corresponding gnulib module description has 'extensions' among
-# its dependencies. This will ensure that the gl_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS
-# invocation occurs in gl_EARLY, not in gl_INIT.
-
-# AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS
-# ------------------------
-# Enable extensions on systems that normally disable them,
-# typically due to standards-conformance issues.
-# Remember that #undef in AH_VERBATIM gets replaced with #define by
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-# macros, then, if reports of conflicts are made, disable macros that
-# cause problems on some platforms (such as __EXTENSIONS__).
-AC_DEFUN_ONCE([AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS],
-[AC_BEFORE([$0], [AC_COMPILE_IFELSE])dnl
-AC_BEFORE([$0], [AC_RUN_IFELSE])dnl
-
- AC_REQUIRE([AC_CANONICAL_HOST])
-
- AC_CHECK_HEADER([minix/config.h], [MINIX=yes], [MINIX=])
- if test "$MINIX" = yes; then
- AC_DEFINE([_POSIX_SOURCE], [1],
- [Define to 1 if you need to in order for `stat' and other
- things to work.])
- AC_DEFINE([_POSIX_1_SOURCE], [2],
- [Define to 2 if the system does not provide POSIX.1 features
- except with this defined.])
- AC_DEFINE([_MINIX], [1],
- [Define to 1 if on MINIX.])
+# Define HAVE_LONG_LONG_INT if 'long long int' works.
+# This fixes a bug in Autoconf 2.61, and can be faster
+# than what's in Autoconf 2.62 through 2.68.
+
+# Note: If the type 'long long int' exists but is only 32 bits large
+# (as on some very old compilers), HAVE_LONG_LONG_INT will not be
+# defined. In this case you can treat 'long long int' like 'long int'.
+
+AC_DEFUN([AC_TYPE_LONG_LONG_INT],
+[
+ AC_REQUIRE([AC_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG_INT])
+ AC_CACHE_CHECK([for long long int], [ac_cv_type_long_long_int],
+ [ac_cv_type_long_long_int=yes
+ if test "x${ac_cv_prog_cc_c99-no}" = xno; then
+ ac_cv_type_long_long_int=$ac_cv_type_unsigned_long_long_int
+ if test $ac_cv_type_long_long_int = yes; then
+ dnl Catch a bug in Tandem NonStop Kernel (OSS) cc -O circa 2004.
+ dnl If cross compiling, assume the bug is not important, since
+ dnl nobody cross compiles for this platform as far as we know.
+ AC_RUN_IFELSE(
+ [AC_LANG_PROGRAM(
+ [[@%:@include <limits.h>
+ @%:@ifndef LLONG_MAX
+ @%:@ define HALF \
+ (1LL << (sizeof (long long int) * CHAR_BIT - 2))
+ @%:@ define LLONG_MAX (HALF - 1 + HALF)
+ @%:@endif]],
+ [[long long int n = 1;
+ int i;
+ for (i = 0; ; i++)
+ {
+ long long int m = n << i;
+ if (m >> i != n)
+ return 1;
+ if (LLONG_MAX / 2 < m)
+ break;
+ }
+ return 0;]])],
+ [],
+ [ac_cv_type_long_long_int=no],
+ [:])
+ fi
+ fi])
+ if test $ac_cv_type_long_long_int = yes; then
+ AC_DEFINE([HAVE_LONG_LONG_INT], [1],
+ [Define to 1 if the system has the type 'long long int'.])
fi
+])
- dnl HP-UX 11.11 defines mbstate_t only if _XOPEN_SOURCE is defined to 500,
- dnl regardless of whether the flags -Ae or _D_HPUX_SOURCE=1 are already
- dnl provided.
- case "$host_os" in
- hpux*)
- AC_DEFINE([_XOPEN_SOURCE], [500],
- [Define to 500 only on HP-UX.])
- ;;
- esac
+# Define HAVE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG_INT if 'unsigned long long int' works.
+# This fixes a bug in Autoconf 2.61, and can be faster
+# than what's in Autoconf 2.62 through 2.68.
+
+# Note: If the type 'unsigned long long int' exists but is only 32 bits
+# large (as on some very old compilers), AC_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG_INT
+# will not be defined. In this case you can treat 'unsigned long long int'
+# like 'unsigned long int'.
- AH_VERBATIM([__EXTENSIONS__],
-[/* Enable extensions on AIX 3, Interix. */
-#ifndef _ALL_SOURCE
-# undef _ALL_SOURCE
-#endif
-/* Enable GNU extensions on systems that have them. */
-#ifndef _GNU_SOURCE
-# undef _GNU_SOURCE
-#endif
-/* Enable threading extensions on Solaris. */
-#ifndef _POSIX_PTHREAD_SEMANTICS
-# undef _POSIX_PTHREAD_SEMANTICS
-#endif
-/* Enable extensions on HP NonStop. */
-#ifndef _TANDEM_SOURCE
-# undef _TANDEM_SOURCE
-#endif
-/* Enable general extensions on Solaris. */
-#ifndef __EXTENSIONS__
-# undef __EXTENSIONS__
-#endif
+AC_DEFUN([AC_TYPE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG_INT],
+[
+ AC_CACHE_CHECK([for unsigned long long int],
+ [ac_cv_type_unsigned_long_long_int],
+ [ac_cv_type_unsigned_long_long_int=yes
+ if test "x${ac_cv_prog_cc_c99-no}" = xno; then
+ AC_LINK_IFELSE(
+ [_AC_TYPE_LONG_LONG_SNIPPET],
+ [],
+ [ac_cv_type_unsigned_long_long_int=no])
+ fi])
+ if test $ac_cv_type_unsigned_long_long_int = yes; then
+ AC_DEFINE([HAVE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG_INT], [1],
+ [Define to 1 if the system has the type 'unsigned long long int'.])
+ fi
])
- AC_CACHE_CHECK([whether it is safe to define __EXTENSIONS__],
- [ac_cv_safe_to_define___extensions__],
- [AC_COMPILE_IFELSE(
- [AC_LANG_PROGRAM([[
-# define __EXTENSIONS__ 1
- ]AC_INCLUDES_DEFAULT])],
- [ac_cv_safe_to_define___extensions__=yes],
- [ac_cv_safe_to_define___extensions__=no])])
- test $ac_cv_safe_to_define___extensions__ = yes &&
- AC_DEFINE([__EXTENSIONS__])
- AC_DEFINE([_ALL_SOURCE])
- AC_DEFINE([_GNU_SOURCE])
- AC_DEFINE([_POSIX_PTHREAD_SEMANTICS])
- AC_DEFINE([_TANDEM_SOURCE])
-])# AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS
-
-# gl_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS
-# ------------------------
-# Enable extensions on systems that normally disable them,
-# typically due to standards-conformance issues.
-AC_DEFUN_ONCE([gl_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS],
+
+# Expands to a C program that can be used to test for simultaneous support
+# of 'long long' and 'unsigned long long'. We don't want to say that
+# 'long long' is available if 'unsigned long long' is not, or vice versa,
+# because too many programs rely on the symmetry between signed and unsigned
+# integer types (excluding 'bool').
+AC_DEFUN([_AC_TYPE_LONG_LONG_SNIPPET],
[
- dnl Require this macro before AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS.
- dnl gnulib does not need it. But if it gets required by third-party macros
- dnl after AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS is required, autoconf 2.62..2.63 emit a
- dnl warning: "AC_COMPILE_IFELSE was called before AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS".
- dnl Note: We can do this only for one of the macros AC_AIX, AC_GNU_SOURCE,
- dnl AC_MINIX. If people still use AC_AIX or AC_MINIX, they are out of luck.
- AC_REQUIRE([AC_GNU_SOURCE])
-
- AC_REQUIRE([AC_USE_SYSTEM_EXTENSIONS])
+ AC_LANG_PROGRAM(
+ [[/* For now, do not test the preprocessor; as of 2007 there are too many
+ implementations with broken preprocessors. Perhaps this can
+ be revisited in 2012. In the meantime, code should not expect
+ #if to work with literals wider than 32 bits. */
+ /* Test literals. */
+ long long int ll = 9223372036854775807ll;
+ long long int nll = -9223372036854775807LL;
+ unsigned long long int ull = 18446744073709551615ULL;
+ /* Test constant expressions. */
+ typedef int a[((-9223372036854775807LL < 0 && 0 < 9223372036854775807ll)
+ ? 1 : -1)];
+ typedef int b[(18446744073709551615ULL <= (unsigned long long int) -1
+ ? 1 : -1)];
+ int i = 63;]],
+ [[/* Test availability of runtime routines for shift and division. */
+ long long int llmax = 9223372036854775807ll;
+ unsigned long long int ullmax = 18446744073709551615ull;
+ return ((ll << 63) | (ll >> 63) | (ll < i) | (ll > i)
+ | (llmax / ll) | (llmax % ll)
+ | (ull << 63) | (ull >> 63) | (ull << i) | (ull >> i)
+ | (ullmax / ull) | (ullmax % ull));]])
])
-# Copyright (C) 2002-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 2002-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -154,7 +149,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([AM_AUTOMAKE_VERSION],
[am__api_version='1.15'
dnl Some users find AM_AUTOMAKE_VERSION and mistake it for a way to
dnl require some minimum version. Point them to the right macro.
-m4_if([$1], [1.15], [],
+m4_if([$1], [1.15.1], [],
[AC_FATAL([Do not call $0, use AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([$1]).])])dnl
])
@@ -170,12 +165,12 @@ m4_define([_AM_AUTOCONF_VERSION], [])
# Call AM_AUTOMAKE_VERSION and AM_AUTOMAKE_VERSION so they can be traced.
# This function is AC_REQUIREd by AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE.
AC_DEFUN([AM_SET_CURRENT_AUTOMAKE_VERSION],
-[AM_AUTOMAKE_VERSION([1.15])dnl
+[AM_AUTOMAKE_VERSION([1.15.1])dnl
m4_ifndef([AC_AUTOCONF_VERSION],
[m4_copy([m4_PACKAGE_VERSION], [AC_AUTOCONF_VERSION])])dnl
_AM_AUTOCONF_VERSION(m4_defn([AC_AUTOCONF_VERSION]))])
-# Copyright (C) 2011-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 2011-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -237,7 +232,7 @@ AC_SUBST([AR])dnl
# AM_AUX_DIR_EXPAND -*- Autoconf -*-
-# Copyright (C) 2001-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 2001-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -289,7 +284,7 @@ am_aux_dir=`cd "$ac_aux_dir" && pwd`
# AM_CONDITIONAL -*- Autoconf -*-
-# Copyright (C) 1997-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1997-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -320,7 +315,7 @@ AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS_PRE(
Usually this means the macro was only invoked conditionally.]])
fi])])
-# Copyright (C) 1999-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1999-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -511,7 +506,7 @@ _AM_SUBST_NOTMAKE([am__nodep])dnl
# Generate code to set up dependency tracking. -*- Autoconf -*-
-# Copyright (C) 1999-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1999-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -587,7 +582,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([AM_OUTPUT_DEPENDENCY_COMMANDS],
# Do all the work for Automake. -*- Autoconf -*-
-# Copyright (C) 1996-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1996-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -784,7 +779,7 @@ for _am_header in $config_headers :; do
done
echo "timestamp for $_am_arg" >`AS_DIRNAME(["$_am_arg"])`/stamp-h[]$_am_stamp_count])
-# Copyright (C) 2001-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 2001-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -805,7 +800,7 @@ if test x"${install_sh+set}" != xset; then
fi
AC_SUBST([install_sh])])
-# Copyright (C) 2003-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 2003-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -826,7 +821,7 @@ AC_SUBST([am__leading_dot])])
# Check to see how 'make' treats includes. -*- Autoconf -*-
-# Copyright (C) 2001-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 2001-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -876,7 +871,7 @@ rm -f confinc confmf
# Fake the existence of programs that GNU maintainers use. -*- Autoconf -*-
-# Copyright (C) 1997-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1997-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -915,7 +910,7 @@ fi
# Helper functions for option handling. -*- Autoconf -*-
-# Copyright (C) 2001-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 2001-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -944,7 +939,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([_AM_SET_OPTIONS],
AC_DEFUN([_AM_IF_OPTION],
[m4_ifset(_AM_MANGLE_OPTION([$1]), [$2], [$3])])
-# Copyright (C) 1999-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1999-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -991,7 +986,7 @@ AC_LANG_POP([C])])
# For backward compatibility.
AC_DEFUN_ONCE([AM_PROG_CC_C_O], [AC_REQUIRE([AC_PROG_CC])])
-# Copyright (C) 2001-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 2001-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -1010,7 +1005,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([AM_RUN_LOG],
# Check to make sure that the build environment is sane. -*- Autoconf -*-
-# Copyright (C) 1996-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1996-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -1091,7 +1086,7 @@ AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS_PRE(
rm -f conftest.file
])
-# Copyright (C) 2009-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 2009-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -1151,7 +1146,7 @@ AC_SUBST([AM_BACKSLASH])dnl
_AM_SUBST_NOTMAKE([AM_BACKSLASH])dnl
])
-# Copyright (C) 2001-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 2001-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -1179,7 +1174,7 @@ fi
INSTALL_STRIP_PROGRAM="\$(install_sh) -c -s"
AC_SUBST([INSTALL_STRIP_PROGRAM])])
-# Copyright (C) 2006-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 2006-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -1198,7 +1193,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([AM_SUBST_NOTMAKE], [_AM_SUBST_NOTMAKE($@)])
# Check how to create a tarball. -*- Autoconf -*-
-# Copyright (C) 2004-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 2004-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
diff --git a/adjtimed/Makefile.in b/adjtimed/Makefile.in
index 915d3f5dbb87..87e1fba23032 100644
--- a/adjtimed/Makefile.in
+++ b/adjtimed/Makefile.in
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
-# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15 from Makefile.am.
+# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15.1 from Makefile.am.
# @configure_input@
-# Copyright (C) 1994-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1994-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This Makefile.in is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
diff --git a/build b/build
index 15fe39afa047..f6dca6b350e4 100755
--- a/build
+++ b/build
@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ esac
case "$NTP_BDIR" in
'')
case "$IAM" in
- *.ntp.org)
+ *.ntp.org | *.ntfo.org)
NTP_BDIR=host
;;
*.udel.edu)
diff --git a/clockstuff/Makefile.in b/clockstuff/Makefile.in
index 6297f44deb69..0775b9ae8060 100644
--- a/clockstuff/Makefile.in
+++ b/clockstuff/Makefile.in
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
-# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15 from Makefile.am.
+# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15.1 from Makefile.am.
# @configure_input@
-# Copyright (C) 1994-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1994-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This Makefile.in is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
diff --git a/config.h.in b/config.h.in
index e91f86b1f93a..7170d83317c1 100644
--- a/config.h.in
+++ b/config.h.in
@@ -296,6 +296,9 @@
/* use old autokey session key behavior? */
#undef DISABLE_BUG1243_FIX
+/* use old autokey session key behavior? */
+#undef DISABLE_BUG3527_FIX
+
/* synch TODR hourly? */
#undef DOSYNCTODR
@@ -550,7 +553,7 @@
/* Define to 1 if the system has the type `long long'. */
#undef HAVE_LONG_LONG
-/* Define to 1 if the system has the type `long long int'. */
+/* Define to 1 if the system has the type 'long long int'. */
#undef HAVE_LONG_LONG_INT
/* if you have SunOS LWP package */
@@ -1170,7 +1173,7 @@
/* deviant sigwait? */
#undef HAVE_UNIXWARE_SIGWAIT
-/* Define to 1 if the system has the type `unsigned long long int'. */
+/* Define to 1 if the system has the type 'unsigned long long int'. */
#undef HAVE_UNSIGNED_LONG_LONG_INT
/* Define to 1 if you have the `updwtmp' function. */
@@ -1611,6 +1614,28 @@ typedef unsigned int uintptr_t;
/* OK to use snprintb()? */
#undef USE_SNPRINTB
+/* Enable extensions on AIX 3, Interix. */
+#ifndef _ALL_SOURCE
+# undef _ALL_SOURCE
+#endif
+/* Enable GNU extensions on systems that have them. */
+#ifndef _GNU_SOURCE
+# undef _GNU_SOURCE
+#endif
+/* Enable threading extensions on Solaris. */
+#ifndef _POSIX_PTHREAD_SEMANTICS
+# undef _POSIX_PTHREAD_SEMANTICS
+#endif
+/* Enable extensions on HP NonStop. */
+#ifndef _TANDEM_SOURCE
+# undef _TANDEM_SOURCE
+#endif
+/* Enable general extensions on Solaris. */
+#ifndef __EXTENSIONS__
+# undef __EXTENSIONS__
+#endif
+
+
/* Can we use SIGPOLL for tty IO? */
#undef USE_TTY_SIGPOLL
@@ -1663,9 +1688,6 @@ typedef unsigned int uintptr_t;
/* enable thread safety */
#undef _THREAD_SAFE
-/* Define to 500 only on HP-UX. */
-#undef _XOPEN_SOURCE
-
/* Are we _special_? */
#undef __APPLE_USE_RFC_3542
@@ -1674,28 +1696,6 @@ typedef unsigned int uintptr_t;
# undef __CHAR_UNSIGNED__
#endif
-/* Enable extensions on AIX 3, Interix. */
-#ifndef _ALL_SOURCE
-# undef _ALL_SOURCE
-#endif
-/* Enable GNU extensions on systems that have them. */
-#ifndef _GNU_SOURCE
-# undef _GNU_SOURCE
-#endif
-/* Enable threading extensions on Solaris. */
-#ifndef _POSIX_PTHREAD_SEMANTICS
-# undef _POSIX_PTHREAD_SEMANTICS
-#endif
-/* Enable extensions on HP NonStop. */
-#ifndef _TANDEM_SOURCE
-# undef _TANDEM_SOURCE
-#endif
-/* Enable general extensions on Solaris. */
-#ifndef __EXTENSIONS__
-# undef __EXTENSIONS__
-#endif
-
-
/* deviant */
#undef adjtimex
diff --git a/configure b/configure
index 0ba239416fac..ee313f0c91c9 100755
--- a/configure
+++ b/configure
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
#! /bin/sh
# Guess values for system-dependent variables and create Makefiles.
-# Generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69 for ntp 4.2.8p12.
+# Generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69 for ntp 4.2.8p13.
#
# Report bugs to <http://bugs.ntp.org./>.
#
@@ -590,8 +590,8 @@ MAKEFLAGS=
# Identity of this package.
PACKAGE_NAME='ntp'
PACKAGE_TARNAME='ntp'
-PACKAGE_VERSION='4.2.8p12'
-PACKAGE_STRING='ntp 4.2.8p12'
+PACKAGE_VERSION='4.2.8p13'
+PACKAGE_STRING='ntp 4.2.8p13'
PACKAGE_BUGREPORT='http://bugs.ntp.org./'
PACKAGE_URL='http://www.ntp.org./'
@@ -969,6 +969,7 @@ enable_clockctl
enable_linuxcaps
enable_solarisprivs
enable_trustedbsd_mac
+enable_signalled_io
with_arlib
with_net_snmp_config
enable_libseccomp
@@ -1051,6 +1052,7 @@ enable_hourly_todr_sync
enable_kernel_fll_bug
enable_bug1243_fix
enable_bug3020_fix
+enable_bug3527_fix
enable_irig_sawtooth
enable_nist
enable_ntp_signd
@@ -1615,7 +1617,7 @@ if test "$ac_init_help" = "long"; then
# Omit some internal or obsolete options to make the list less imposing.
# This message is too long to be a string in the A/UX 3.1 sh.
cat <<_ACEOF
-\`configure' configures ntp 4.2.8p12 to adapt to many kinds of systems.
+\`configure' configures ntp 4.2.8p13 to adapt to many kinds of systems.
Usage: $0 [OPTION]... [VAR=VALUE]...
@@ -1685,7 +1687,7 @@ fi
if test -n "$ac_init_help"; then
case $ac_init_help in
- short | recursive ) echo "Configuration of ntp 4.2.8p12:";;
+ short | recursive ) echo "Configuration of ntp 4.2.8p13:";;
esac
cat <<\_ACEOF
@@ -1734,6 +1736,7 @@ Optional Features and Packages:
--enable-solarisprivs + Use Solaris privileges for non-root clock control
--enable-trustedbsd-mac s Use TrustedBSD MAC policy for non-root clock
control
+ --enable-signalled-io s Use signalled IO if we can
--with-arlib - deprecated, arlib not distributed
--with-net-snmp-config + =net-snmp-config
--enable-libseccomp EXPERIMENTAL: enable support for libseccomp
@@ -1826,6 +1829,7 @@ Optional Features and Packages:
--enable-kernel-fll-bug s if we should avoid a kernel FLL bug
--enable-bug1243-fix + use unmodified autokey session keys
--enable-bug3020-fix + Provide the explicit 127.0.0.0/8 martian filter
+ --enable-bug3527-fix + provide correct mode7 fudgetime2 behavior
--enable-irig-sawtooth s if we should enable the IRIG sawtooth filter
--enable-nist - if we should enable the NIST lockclock scheme
--enable-ntp-signd - Provide support for Samba's signing daemon,
@@ -1926,7 +1930,7 @@ fi
test -n "$ac_init_help" && exit $ac_status
if $ac_init_version; then
cat <<\_ACEOF
-ntp configure 4.2.8p12
+ntp configure 4.2.8p13
generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69
Copyright (C) 2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
@@ -2635,7 +2639,7 @@ cat >config.log <<_ACEOF
This file contains any messages produced by compilers while
running configure, to aid debugging if configure makes a mistake.
-It was created by ntp $as_me 4.2.8p12, which was
+It was created by ntp $as_me 4.2.8p13, which was
generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69. Invocation command line was
$ $0 $@
@@ -3636,7 +3640,7 @@ fi
# Define the identity of the package.
PACKAGE='ntp'
- VERSION='4.2.8p12'
+ VERSION='4.2.8p13'
cat >>confdefs.h <<_ACEOF
@@ -5116,8 +5120,6 @@ done
-
-
ac_fn_c_check_header_mongrel "$LINENO" "minix/config.h" "ac_cv_header_minix_config_h" "$ac_includes_default"
if test "x$ac_cv_header_minix_config_h" = xyes; then :
MINIX=yes
@@ -5138,14 +5140,6 @@ $as_echo "#define _MINIX 1" >>confdefs.h
fi
- case "$host_os" in
- hpux*)
-
-$as_echo "#define _XOPEN_SOURCE 500" >>confdefs.h
-
- ;;
- esac
-
{ $as_echo "$as_me:${as_lineno-$LINENO}: checking whether it is safe to define __EXTENSIONS__" >&5
$as_echo_n "checking whether it is safe to define __EXTENSIONS__... " >&6; }
@@ -16093,18 +16087,18 @@ else
/* end confdefs.h. */
/* For now, do not test the preprocessor; as of 2007 there are too many
- implementations with broken preprocessors. Perhaps this can
- be revisited in 2012. In the meantime, code should not expect
- #if to work with literals wider than 32 bits. */
+ implementations with broken preprocessors. Perhaps this can
+ be revisited in 2012. In the meantime, code should not expect
+ #if to work with literals wider than 32 bits. */
/* Test literals. */
long long int ll = 9223372036854775807ll;
long long int nll = -9223372036854775807LL;
unsigned long long int ull = 18446744073709551615ULL;
/* Test constant expressions. */
typedef int a[((-9223372036854775807LL < 0 && 0 < 9223372036854775807ll)
- ? 1 : -1)];
+ ? 1 : -1)];
typedef int b[(18446744073709551615ULL <= (unsigned long long int) -1
- ? 1 : -1)];
+ ? 1 : -1)];
int i = 63;
int
main ()
@@ -16113,9 +16107,9 @@ main ()
long long int llmax = 9223372036854775807ll;
unsigned long long int ullmax = 18446744073709551615ull;
return ((ll << 63) | (ll >> 63) | (ll < i) | (ll > i)
- | (llmax / ll) | (llmax % ll)
- | (ull << 63) | (ull >> 63) | (ull << i) | (ull >> i)
- | (ullmax / ull) | (ullmax % ull));
+ | (llmax / ll) | (llmax % ll)
+ | (ull << 63) | (ull >> 63) | (ull << i) | (ull >> i)
+ | (ullmax / ull) | (ullmax % ull));
;
return 0;
}
@@ -16303,33 +16297,33 @@ if ${ac_cv_type_long_long_int+:} false; then :
else
ac_cv_type_long_long_int=yes
if test "x${ac_cv_prog_cc_c99-no}" = xno; then
- ac_cv_type_long_long_int=$ac_cv_type_unsigned_long_long_int
- if test $ac_cv_type_long_long_int = yes; then
- if test "$cross_compiling" = yes; then :
+ ac_cv_type_long_long_int=$ac_cv_type_unsigned_long_long_int
+ if test $ac_cv_type_long_long_int = yes; then
+ if test "$cross_compiling" = yes; then :
:
else
cat confdefs.h - <<_ACEOF >conftest.$ac_ext
/* end confdefs.h. */
#include <limits.h>
- #ifndef LLONG_MAX
- # define HALF \
- (1LL << (sizeof (long long int) * CHAR_BIT - 2))
- # define LLONG_MAX (HALF - 1 + HALF)
- #endif
+ #ifndef LLONG_MAX
+ # define HALF \
+ (1LL << (sizeof (long long int) * CHAR_BIT - 2))
+ # define LLONG_MAX (HALF - 1 + HALF)
+ #endif
int
main ()
{
long long int n = 1;
- int i;
- for (i = 0; ; i++)
- {
- long long int m = n << i;
- if (m >> i != n)
- return 1;
- if (LLONG_MAX / 2 < m)
- break;
- }
- return 0;
+ int i;
+ for (i = 0; ; i++)
+ {
+ long long int m = n << i;
+ if (m >> i != n)
+ return 1;
+ if (LLONG_MAX / 2 < m)
+ break;
+ }
+ return 0;
;
return 0;
}
@@ -16343,7 +16337,7 @@ rm -f core *.core core.conftest.* gmon.out bb.out conftest$ac_exeext \
conftest.$ac_objext conftest.beam conftest.$ac_ext
fi
- fi
+ fi
fi
fi
{ $as_echo "$as_me:${as_lineno-$LINENO}: result: $ac_cv_type_long_long_int" >&5
@@ -16366,18 +16360,18 @@ else
/* end confdefs.h. */
/* For now, do not test the preprocessor; as of 2007 there are too many
- implementations with broken preprocessors. Perhaps this can
- be revisited in 2012. In the meantime, code should not expect
- #if to work with literals wider than 32 bits. */
+ implementations with broken preprocessors. Perhaps this can
+ be revisited in 2012. In the meantime, code should not expect
+ #if to work with literals wider than 32 bits. */
/* Test literals. */
long long int ll = 9223372036854775807ll;
long long int nll = -9223372036854775807LL;
unsigned long long int ull = 18446744073709551615ULL;
/* Test constant expressions. */
typedef int a[((-9223372036854775807LL < 0 && 0 < 9223372036854775807ll)
- ? 1 : -1)];
+ ? 1 : -1)];
typedef int b[(18446744073709551615ULL <= (unsigned long long int) -1
- ? 1 : -1)];
+ ? 1 : -1)];
int i = 63;
int
main ()
@@ -16386,9 +16380,9 @@ main ()
long long int llmax = 9223372036854775807ll;
unsigned long long int ullmax = 18446744073709551615ull;
return ((ll << 63) | (ll >> 63) | (ll < i) | (ll > i)
- | (llmax / ll) | (llmax % ll)
- | (ull << 63) | (ull >> 63) | (ull << i) | (ull >> i)
- | (ullmax / ull) | (ullmax % ull));
+ | (llmax / ll) | (llmax % ll)
+ | (ull << 63) | (ull >> 63) | (ull << i) | (ull >> i)
+ | (ullmax / ull) | (ullmax % ull));
;
return 0;
}
@@ -24024,6 +24018,9 @@ case "$ntp_have_solarisprivs" in
$as_echo "#define HAVE_SOLARIS_PRIVS 1" >>confdefs.h
+ ;;
+ '') ntp_have_solarisprivs="no"
+ ;;
esac
{ $as_echo "$as_me:${as_lineno-$LINENO}: result: $ntp_have_solarisprivs" >&5
@@ -24057,6 +24054,9 @@ case "$ntp_use_trustedbsd_mac$ac_cv_header_sys_mac_h" in
$as_echo "#define HAVE_TRUSTEDBSD_MAC 1" >>confdefs.h
+ ;;
+ *) ntp_use_trustedbsd_mac="no";
+ ;;
esac
{ $as_echo "$as_me:${as_lineno-$LINENO}: result: $ntp_use_trustedbsd_mac" >&5
@@ -24576,6 +24576,16 @@ fi
done
+# HMS: does this need to be a cached variable?
+# Check whether --enable-signalled-io was given.
+if test "${enable_signalled_io+set}" = set; then :
+ enableval=$enable_signalled_io; use_signalled_io=$enableval
+else
+ use_signalled_io=yes
+
+fi
+
+
{ $as_echo "$as_me:${as_lineno-$LINENO}: checking for SIGIO" >&5
$as_echo_n "checking for SIGIO... " >&6; }
if ${ntp_cv_hdr_def_sigio+:} false; then :
@@ -24650,13 +24660,24 @@ case "$ntp_cv_hdr_def_sigio" in
ans=no
;;
esac
+ case "$ans" in
+ no)
+ ans="Possible for $host but disabled because of reported problems"
+ ;;
+ esac
;;
esac
case "$ans" in
yes)
+ case "$use_signalled_io" in
+ yes)
$as_echo "#define HAVE_SIGNALED_IO 1" >>confdefs.h
+ ;;
+ *) ans="Allowed for $host but --disable-signalled-io was given"
+ ;;
+ esac
esac
{ $as_echo "$as_me:${as_lineno-$LINENO}: result: $ans" >&5
$as_echo "$ans" >&6; }
@@ -28663,6 +28684,62 @@ case "$ntp_ok" in
$as_echo "#define CLOCK_BANC 1" >>confdefs.h
+ { $as_echo "$as_me:${as_lineno-$LINENO}: checking for library containing bcStartPci" >&5
+$as_echo_n "checking for library containing bcStartPci... " >&6; }
+if ${ac_cv_search_bcStartPci+:} false; then :
+ $as_echo_n "(cached) " >&6
+else
+ ac_func_search_save_LIBS=$LIBS
+cat confdefs.h - <<_ACEOF >conftest.$ac_ext
+/* end confdefs.h. */
+
+/* Override any GCC internal prototype to avoid an error.
+ Use char because int might match the return type of a GCC
+ builtin and then its argument prototype would still apply. */
+#ifdef __cplusplus
+extern "C"
+#endif
+char bcStartPci ();
+int
+main ()
+{
+return bcStartPci ();
+ ;
+ return 0;
+}
+_ACEOF
+for ac_lib in '' bcsdk; do
+ if test -z "$ac_lib"; then
+ ac_res="none required"
+ else
+ ac_res=-l$ac_lib
+ LIBS="-l$ac_lib $ac_func_search_save_LIBS"
+ fi
+ if ac_fn_c_try_link "$LINENO"; then :
+ ac_cv_search_bcStartPci=$ac_res
+fi
+rm -f core conftest.err conftest.$ac_objext \
+ conftest$ac_exeext
+ if ${ac_cv_search_bcStartPci+:} false; then :
+ break
+fi
+done
+if ${ac_cv_search_bcStartPci+:} false; then :
+
+else
+ ac_cv_search_bcStartPci=no
+fi
+rm conftest.$ac_ext
+LIBS=$ac_func_search_save_LIBS
+fi
+{ $as_echo "$as_me:${as_lineno-$LINENO}: result: $ac_cv_search_bcStartPci" >&5
+$as_echo "$ac_cv_search_bcStartPci" >&6; }
+ac_res=$ac_cv_search_bcStartPci
+if test "$ac_res" != no; then :
+ test "$ac_res" = "none required" || LIBS="$ac_res $LIBS"
+
+fi
+
;;
esac
{ $as_echo "$as_me:${as_lineno-$LINENO}: result: $ntp_ok" >&5
@@ -31999,6 +32076,26 @@ $as_echo "#define ENABLE_BUG3020_FIX 1" >>confdefs.h
esac
+{ $as_echo "$as_me:${as_lineno-$LINENO}: checking if we want correct mode7 fudgetime2 behavior" >&5
+$as_echo_n "checking if we want correct mode7 fudgetime2 behavior... " >&6; }
+# Check whether --enable-bug3527-fix was given.
+if test "${enable_bug3527_fix+set}" = set; then :
+ enableval=$enable_bug3527_fix; ans=$enableval
+else
+ ans=yes
+
+fi
+
+{ $as_echo "$as_me:${as_lineno-$LINENO}: result: $ans" >&5
+$as_echo "$ans" >&6; }
+case "$ans" in
+ no)
+
+$as_echo "#define DISABLE_BUG3527_FIX 1" >>confdefs.h
+
+esac
+
+
{ $as_echo "$as_me:${as_lineno-$LINENO}: checking if we should use the IRIG sawtooth filter" >&5
$as_echo_n "checking if we should use the IRIG sawtooth filter... " >&6; }
@@ -34054,7 +34151,7 @@ cat >>$CONFIG_STATUS <<\_ACEOF || ac_write_fail=1
# report actual input values of CONFIG_FILES etc. instead of their
# values after options handling.
ac_log="
-This file was extended by ntp $as_me 4.2.8p12, which was
+This file was extended by ntp $as_me 4.2.8p13, which was
generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69. Invocation command line was
CONFIG_FILES = $CONFIG_FILES
@@ -34121,7 +34218,7 @@ _ACEOF
cat >>$CONFIG_STATUS <<_ACEOF || ac_write_fail=1
ac_cs_config="`$as_echo "$ac_configure_args" | sed 's/^ //; s/[\\""\`\$]/\\\\&/g'`"
ac_cs_version="\\
-ntp config.status 4.2.8p12
+ntp config.status 4.2.8p13
configured by $0, generated by GNU Autoconf 2.69,
with options \\"\$ac_cs_config\\"
diff --git a/configure.ac b/configure.ac
index 1f477c514188..7975d31a97e0 100644
--- a/configure.ac
+++ b/configure.ac
@@ -1749,6 +1749,7 @@ case "$ntp_ok" in
yes)
ntp_refclock=yes
AC_DEFINE([CLOCK_BANC], [1], [Datum/Bancomm bc635/VME interface?])
+ AC_SEARCH_LIBS([bcStartPci], [bcsdk], , , [])
;;
esac
AC_MSG_RESULT([$ntp_ok])
@@ -4194,6 +4195,24 @@ case "$ans" in
esac
+AC_MSG_CHECKING([if we want correct mode7 fudgetime2 behavior])
+AC_ARG_ENABLE(
+ [bug3527-fix],
+ [AS_HELP_STRING(
+ [--enable-bug3527-fix],
+ [+ provide correct mode7 fudgetime2 behavior]
+ )],
+ [ans=$enableval],
+ [ans=yes]
+)
+AC_MSG_RESULT([$ans])
+case "$ans" in
+ no)
+ AC_DEFINE([DISABLE_BUG3527_FIX], [1],
+ [use old autokey session key behavior?])
+esac
+
+
AC_MSG_CHECKING([if we should use the IRIG sawtooth filter])
case "$host" in
diff --git a/include/Makefile.in b/include/Makefile.in
index 15a1e869996d..2e1ed92c8899 100644
--- a/include/Makefile.in
+++ b/include/Makefile.in
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
-# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15 from Makefile.am.
+# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15.1 from Makefile.am.
# @configure_input@
-# Copyright (C) 1994-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1994-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This Makefile.in is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
diff --git a/include/isc/Makefile.in b/include/isc/Makefile.in
index 192fe0867c12..c730b3a03cff 100644
--- a/include/isc/Makefile.in
+++ b/include/isc/Makefile.in
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
-# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15 from Makefile.am.
+# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15.1 from Makefile.am.
# @configure_input@
-# Copyright (C) 1994-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1994-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This Makefile.in is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
diff --git a/include/ntp_calendar.h b/include/ntp_calendar.h
index 41c58797b2c7..0b1f20d6bd7b 100644
--- a/include/ntp_calendar.h
+++ b/include/ntp_calendar.h
@@ -93,6 +93,7 @@ extern systime_func_ptr ntpcal_set_timefunc(systime_func_ptr);
#define SECSPERLEAPYEAR (366 * SECSPERDAY) /* leap year */
#define SECSPERAVGYEAR 31556952 /* mean year length over 400yrs */
+#define GPSWEEKS 1024 /* GPS week cycle */
/*
* Gross hacks. I have illicit knowlege that there won't be overflows
* here, the compiler often can't tell this.
@@ -404,14 +405,21 @@ basedate_get_eracenter(void);
extern time_t
basedate_get_erabase(void);
+extern uint32_t
+basedate_get_gpsweek(void);
+
+extern uint32_t
+basedate_expand_gpsweek(unsigned short weekno);
/*
* Additional support stuff for Ed Rheingold's calendrical calculations
*/
/*
- * Start day of NTP time as days past the imaginary date 12/1/1 BC.
- * (This is the beginning of the Christian Era, or BCE.)
+ * Start day of NTP time as days past 0000-12-31 in the proleptic
+ * Gregorian calendar. (So 0001-01-01 is day number 1; this is the Rata
+ * Die counting scheme used by Ed Rheingold in his book "Calendrical
+ * Calculations".)
*/
#define DAY_NTP_STARTS 693596
@@ -421,14 +429,24 @@ basedate_get_erabase(void);
#define DAY_UNIX_STARTS 719163
/*
+ * Start day of the GPS epoch. This is the Rata Die of 1980-01-06
+ */
+#define DAY_GPS_STARTS 722819
+
+/*
* Difference between UN*X and NTP epoch (25567).
*/
#define NTP_TO_UNIX_DAYS (DAY_UNIX_STARTS - DAY_NTP_STARTS)
/*
+ * Difference between GPS and NTP epoch (29224)
+ */
+#define NTP_TO_GPS_DAYS (DAY_GPS_STARTS - DAY_NTP_STARTS)
+
+/*
* Days in a normal 4 year leap year calendar cycle (1461).
*/
-#define GREGORIAN_NORMAL_LEAP_CYCLE_DAYS (3 * 365 + 366)
+#define GREGORIAN_NORMAL_LEAP_CYCLE_DAYS (4 * 365 + 1)
/*
* Days in a normal 100 year leap year calendar (36524). We lose a
diff --git a/include/ntp_stdlib.h b/include/ntp_stdlib.h
index 889c3b25ef42..c0bc71b09f5b 100644
--- a/include/ntp_stdlib.h
+++ b/include/ntp_stdlib.h
@@ -40,6 +40,9 @@ extern void setup_logfile (const char *);
extern void errno_to_str(int, char *, size_t);
#endif
+extern int xvsbprintf(char**, char* const, char const*, va_list) NTP_PRINTF(3, 0);
+extern int xsbprintf(char**, char* const, char const*, ...) NTP_PRINTF(3, 4);
+
/*
* When building without OpenSSL, use a few macros of theirs to
* minimize source differences in NTP.
diff --git a/include/ntpd.h b/include/ntpd.h
index 6a5128ce0832..ead0c2cf8171 100644
--- a/include/ntpd.h
+++ b/include/ntpd.h
@@ -275,8 +275,8 @@ extern u_long orphwait; /* orphan wait time */
extern char *sys_hostname; /* host name */
extern char *sys_groupname; /* group name */
extern char *group_name; /* group name */
-extern u_long sys_revoke; /* keys revoke timeout */
-extern u_long sys_automax; /* session key timeout */
+extern u_char sys_revoke; /* keys revoke timeout */
+extern u_char sys_automax; /* session key timeout */
#endif /* AUTOKEY */
/* ntp_util.c */
diff --git a/include/parse.h b/include/parse.h
index 02dbb3021904..e2caa52ea28f 100644
--- a/include/parse.h
+++ b/include/parse.h
@@ -108,7 +108,6 @@ extern unsigned int splclock (void);
* some constants useful for GPS time conversion
*/
#define GPSORIGIN 2524953600UL /* NTP origin - GPS origin in seconds */
-#define GPSWRAP 990 /* assume week count less than this in the previous epoch */
#define GPSWEEKS 1024 /* number of weeks until the GPS epch rolls over */
/*
diff --git a/kernel/Makefile.in b/kernel/Makefile.in
index 3d1fbe946e0f..e88b256d6447 100644
--- a/kernel/Makefile.in
+++ b/kernel/Makefile.in
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
-# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15 from Makefile.am.
+# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15.1 from Makefile.am.
# @configure_input@
-# Copyright (C) 1994-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1994-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This Makefile.in is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
diff --git a/kernel/sys/Makefile.in b/kernel/sys/Makefile.in
index de18d15b5884..684023c29e7c 100644
--- a/kernel/sys/Makefile.in
+++ b/kernel/sys/Makefile.in
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
-# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15 from Makefile.am.
+# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15.1 from Makefile.am.
# @configure_input@
-# Copyright (C) 1994-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1994-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This Makefile.in is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
diff --git a/libntp/Makefile.am b/libntp/Makefile.am
index 6f3c0ba459e3..04b53b0cbe97 100644
--- a/libntp/Makefile.am
+++ b/libntp/Makefile.am
@@ -110,6 +110,7 @@ libntp_a_SRCS = \
vint64ops.c \
work_fork.c \
work_thread.c \
+ xsbprintf.c \
ymd2yd.c \
$(libisc_SRCS) \
$(NULL)
diff --git a/libntp/Makefile.in b/libntp/Makefile.in
index a3d8d1903b10..eff78c8d6ca6 100644
--- a/libntp/Makefile.in
+++ b/libntp/Makefile.in
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
-# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15 from Makefile.am.
+# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15.1 from Makefile.am.
# @configure_input@
-# Copyright (C) 1994-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1994-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This Makefile.in is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
@@ -160,7 +160,7 @@ am__libntp_a_SOURCES_DIST = systime.c a_md5encrypt.c adjtime.c \
snprintf.c socket.c socktoa.c socktohost.c ssl_init.c \
statestr.c strdup.c strl_obsd.c syssignal.c timetoa.c \
timevalops.c uglydate.c vint64ops.c work_fork.c work_thread.c \
- ymd2yd.c $(srcdir)/../lib/isc/assertions.c \
+ xsbprintf.c ymd2yd.c $(srcdir)/../lib/isc/assertions.c \
$(srcdir)/../lib/isc/buffer.c \
$(srcdir)/../lib/isc/backtrace-emptytbl.c \
$(srcdir)/../lib/isc/backtrace.c \
@@ -224,8 +224,8 @@ am__objects_4 = a_md5encrypt.$(OBJEXT) adjtime.$(OBJEXT) \
ssl_init.$(OBJEXT) statestr.$(OBJEXT) strdup.$(OBJEXT) \
strl_obsd.$(OBJEXT) syssignal.$(OBJEXT) timetoa.$(OBJEXT) \
timevalops.$(OBJEXT) uglydate.$(OBJEXT) vint64ops.$(OBJEXT) \
- work_fork.$(OBJEXT) work_thread.$(OBJEXT) ymd2yd.$(OBJEXT) \
- $(am__objects_3) $(am__objects_1)
+ work_fork.$(OBJEXT) work_thread.$(OBJEXT) xsbprintf.$(OBJEXT) \
+ ymd2yd.$(OBJEXT) $(am__objects_3) $(am__objects_1)
am_libntp_a_OBJECTS = systime.$(OBJEXT) $(am__objects_4)
libntp_a_OBJECTS = $(am_libntp_a_OBJECTS)
libntpsim_a_AR = $(AR) $(ARFLAGS)
@@ -244,7 +244,7 @@ am__libntpsim_a_SOURCES_DIST = systime_s.c a_md5encrypt.c adjtime.c \
snprintf.c socket.c socktoa.c socktohost.c ssl_init.c \
statestr.c strdup.c strl_obsd.c syssignal.c timetoa.c \
timevalops.c uglydate.c vint64ops.c work_fork.c work_thread.c \
- ymd2yd.c $(srcdir)/../lib/isc/assertions.c \
+ xsbprintf.c ymd2yd.c $(srcdir)/../lib/isc/assertions.c \
$(srcdir)/../lib/isc/buffer.c \
$(srcdir)/../lib/isc/backtrace-emptytbl.c \
$(srcdir)/../lib/isc/backtrace.c \
@@ -704,6 +704,7 @@ libntp_a_SRCS = \
vint64ops.c \
work_fork.c \
work_thread.c \
+ xsbprintf.c \
ymd2yd.c \
$(libisc_SRCS) \
$(NULL)
@@ -876,6 +877,7 @@ distclean-compile:
@AMDEP_TRUE@@am__include@ @am__quote@./$(DEPDIR)/vint64ops.Po@am__quote@
@AMDEP_TRUE@@am__include@ @am__quote@./$(DEPDIR)/work_fork.Po@am__quote@
@AMDEP_TRUE@@am__include@ @am__quote@./$(DEPDIR)/work_thread.Po@am__quote@
+@AMDEP_TRUE@@am__include@ @am__quote@./$(DEPDIR)/xsbprintf.Po@am__quote@
@AMDEP_TRUE@@am__include@ @am__quote@./$(DEPDIR)/ymd2yd.Po@am__quote@
.c.o:
diff --git a/libntp/authreadkeys.c b/libntp/authreadkeys.c
index bd98ab21ab10..48c5c4d5ec6e 100644
--- a/libntp/authreadkeys.c
+++ b/libntp/authreadkeys.c
@@ -221,12 +221,14 @@ authreadkeys(
log_maybe(NULL,
"authreadkeys: invalid type for key %d",
keyno);
+# ifdef ENABLE_CMAC
} else if (NID_cmac != keytype &&
EVP_get_digestbynid(keytype) == NULL) {
log_maybe(NULL,
"authreadkeys: no algorithm for key %d",
keyno);
keytype = 0;
+# endif /* ENABLE_CMAC */
}
#else /* !OPENSSL follows */
/*
diff --git a/libntp/calyearstart.c b/libntp/calyearstart.c
index 9e3f58fb393d..5616c8195aa9 100644
--- a/libntp/calyearstart.c
+++ b/libntp/calyearstart.c
@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ calmonthstart(u_int32 ntptime, const time_t *pivot)
}
/*
- * calweekstart - get NTP time at midnight of the last monday on or
+ * calweekstart - get NTP time at midnight of the last Monday on or
* before the current date.
*/
u_int32
diff --git a/libntp/ntp_calendar.c b/libntp/ntp_calendar.c
index f8b7db4ea501..79742688a2bd 100644
--- a/libntp/ntp_calendar.c
+++ b/libntp/ntp_calendar.c
@@ -1832,6 +1832,7 @@ isocal_date_to_ntp(
*/
static int32_t s_baseday = NTP_TO_UNIX_DAYS;
+static int32_t s_gpsweek = 0;
int32_t
basedate_eval_buildstamp(void)
@@ -1901,6 +1902,7 @@ basedate_set_day(
struct calendar jd;
int32_t retv;
+ /* set NTP base date for NTP era unfolding */
if (day < NTP_TO_UNIX_DAYS) {
msyslog(LOG_WARNING,
"baseday_set_day: invalid day (%lu), UNIX epoch substituted",
@@ -1912,6 +1914,17 @@ basedate_set_day(
ntpcal_rd_to_date(&jd, day + DAY_NTP_STARTS);
msyslog(LOG_INFO, "basedate set to %04hu-%02hu-%02hu",
jd.year, (u_short)jd.month, (u_short)jd.monthday);
+
+ /* set GPS base week for GPS week unfolding */
+ day = ntpcal_weekday_ge(day + DAY_NTP_STARTS, CAL_SUNDAY)
+ - DAY_NTP_STARTS;
+ if (day < NTP_TO_GPS_DAYS)
+ day = NTP_TO_GPS_DAYS;
+ s_gpsweek = (day - NTP_TO_GPS_DAYS) / DAYSPERWEEK;
+ ntpcal_rd_to_date(&jd, day + DAY_NTP_STARTS);
+ msyslog(LOG_INFO, "gps base set to %04hu-%02hu-%02hu (week %d)",
+ jd.year, (u_short)jd.month, (u_short)jd.monthday, s_gpsweek);
+
return retv;
}
@@ -1934,4 +1947,29 @@ basedate_get_erabase(void)
return retv;
}
+uint32_t
+basedate_get_gpsweek(void)
+{
+ return s_gpsweek;
+}
+
+uint32_t
+basedate_expand_gpsweek(
+ unsigned short weekno
+ )
+{
+ /* We do a fast modulus expansion here. Since all quantities are
+ * unsigned and we cannot go before the start of the GPS epoch
+ * anyway, and since the truncated GPS week number is 10 bit, the
+ * expansion becomes a simple sub/and/add sequence.
+ */
+ #if GPSWEEKS != 1024
+ # error GPSWEEKS defined wrong -- should be 1024!
+ #endif
+
+ uint32_t diff;
+ diff = ((uint32_t)weekno - s_gpsweek) & (GPSWEEKS - 1);
+ return s_gpsweek + diff;
+}
+
/* -*-EOF-*- */
diff --git a/libntp/work_fork.c b/libntp/work_fork.c
index cce686f239cc..1dd9e13d668f 100644
--- a/libntp/work_fork.c
+++ b/libntp/work_fork.c
@@ -89,7 +89,9 @@ netwrite(
}
-int set_user_group_ids(void);
+#if defined(HAVE_DROPROOT)
+extern int set_user_group_ids(void);
+#endif
/* === functions === */
/*
@@ -594,7 +596,9 @@ fork_blocking_child(
init_logging("ntp_intres", 0, FALSE);
setup_logfile(NULL);
+#ifdef HAVE_DROPROOT
(void) set_user_group_ids();
+#endif
/*
* And now back to the portable code
diff --git a/libntp/xsbprintf.c b/libntp/xsbprintf.c
new file mode 100644
index 000000000000..4586758bc88a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/libntp/xsbprintf.c
@@ -0,0 +1,75 @@
+/*
+ * xsbprintf.c - string buffer formatting helpers
+ *
+ * Written by Juergen Perlinger (perlinger@ntp.org) for the NTP project.
+ * The contents of 'html/copyright.html' apply.
+ */
+
+#include <config.h>
+#include <sys/types.h>
+
+#include "ntp_stdlib.h"
+
+/* eXtended Varlist String Buffer printf
+ *
+ * Formats via 'vsnprintf' into a string buffer, with some semantic
+ * specialties:
+ *
+ * - The start of the buffer pointer is updated according to the number
+ * of characters written.
+ * - If the buffer is insufficient to format the number of charactes,
+ * the partial result will be be discarded, and zero is returned to
+ * indicate nothing was written to the buffer.
+ * - On successful formatting, the return code is the return value of
+ * the inner call to 'vsnprintf()'.
+ * - If there is any error, the state of the buffer will not be
+ * changed. (Bytes in the buffer might be smashed, but the buffer
+ * position does not change, and the NUL marker stays in place at the
+ * current buffer position.)
+ * - If '(*ppbuf - pend) <= 0' (or ppbuf is NULL), fail with EINVAL.
+ */
+int
+xvsbprintf(
+ char **ppbuf, /* pointer to buffer pointer (I/O) */
+ char * const pend, /* buffer end (I) */
+ char const *pfmt, /* printf-like format string */
+ va_list va /* formatting args for above */
+ )
+{
+ char *pbuf = (ppbuf) ? *ppbuf : NULL;
+ int rc = -1;
+ if (pbuf && (pend - pbuf > 0)) {
+ size_t blen = (size_t)(pend - pbuf);
+ rc = vsnprintf(pbuf, blen, pfmt, va);
+ if (rc > 0) {
+ if ((size_t)rc >= blen)
+ rc = 0;
+ pbuf += rc;
+ }
+ *pbuf = '\0'; /* fear of bad vsnprintf */
+ *ppbuf = pbuf;
+ } else {
+ errno = EINVAL;
+ }
+ return rc;
+}
+
+/* variadic wrapper around the buffer string formatter */
+int
+xsbprintf(
+ char **ppbuf, /* pointer to buffer pointer (I/O) */
+ char * const pend, /* buffer end (I) */
+ char const *pfmt, /* printf-like format string */
+ ... /* formatting args for above */
+ )
+{
+ va_list va;
+ int rc;
+
+ va_start(va, pfmt);
+ rc = xvsbprintf(ppbuf, pend, pfmt, va);
+ va_end(va);
+ return rc;
+}
+
+/* that's all folks! */
diff --git a/libparse/Makefile.in b/libparse/Makefile.in
index f5e8a5b64a10..b034ee142dd6 100644
--- a/libparse/Makefile.in
+++ b/libparse/Makefile.in
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
-# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15 from Makefile.am.
+# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15.1 from Makefile.am.
# @configure_input@
-# Copyright (C) 1994-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1994-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This Makefile.in is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
diff --git a/libparse/clk_trimtsip.c b/libparse/clk_trimtsip.c
index 64359efa0b32..8cf5660657cc 100644
--- a/libparse/clk_trimtsip.c
+++ b/libparse/clk_trimtsip.c
@@ -265,9 +265,7 @@ cvt_trimtsip(
clock_time->flags = PARSEB_POWERUP;
return CVT_OK;
}
- if (week < GPSWRAP) {
- week += GPSWEEKS;
- }
+ week = basedate_expand_gpsweek(week);
/* time OK */
@@ -351,14 +349,12 @@ cvt_trimtsip(
int tls = t->t_gpsutc = (u_short) getshort((unsigned char *)&mb(12)); /* current leap correction (GPS-UTC) */
int tlsf = t->t_gpsutcleap = (u_short) getshort((unsigned char *)&mb(24)); /* new leap correction */
- t->t_weekleap = (u_short) getshort((unsigned char *)&mb(20)); /* week no of leap correction */
- if (t->t_weekleap < GPSWRAP)
- t->t_weekleap = (u_short)(t->t_weekleap + GPSWEEKS);
+ t->t_weekleap = basedate_expand_gpsweek(
+ (u_short) getshort((unsigned char *)&mb(20))); /* week no of leap correction */
t->t_dayleap = (u_short) getshort((unsigned char *)&mb(22)); /* day in week of leap correction */
- t->t_week = (u_short) getshort((unsigned char *)&mb(18)); /* current week no */
- if (t->t_week < GPSWRAP)
- t->t_week = (u_short)(t->t_weekleap + GPSWEEKS);
+ t->t_week = basedate_expand_gpsweek(
+ (u_short) getshort((unsigned char *)&mb(18))); /* current week no */
lbp = (unsigned char *)&mb(14); /* last update time */
if (fetch_ieee754(&lbp, IEEE_SINGLE, &t0t, trim_offsets) != IEEE_OK)
diff --git a/libparse/gpstolfp.c b/libparse/gpstolfp.c
index 8a3607514985..6a99e8851fd7 100644
--- a/libparse/gpstolfp.c
+++ b/libparse/gpstolfp.c
@@ -45,11 +45,6 @@ gpstolfp(
l_fp * lfp
)
{
- if (weeks < GPSWRAP)
- {
- weeks += GPSWEEKS;
- }
-
lfp->l_ui = (uint32_t)(weeks * SECSPERWEEK + days * SECSPERDAY + seconds + GPSORIGIN); /* convert to NTP time */
lfp->l_uf = 0;
}
diff --git a/ntpd/Makefile.in b/ntpd/Makefile.in
index 2d6ca42eff65..d50fba504924 100644
--- a/ntpd/Makefile.in
+++ b/ntpd/Makefile.in
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
-# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15 from Makefile.am.
+# Makefile.in generated by automake 1.15.1 from Makefile.am.
# @configure_input@
-# Copyright (C) 1994-2014 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+# Copyright (C) 1994-2017 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This Makefile.in is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
diff --git a/ntpd/invoke-ntp.conf.texi b/ntpd/invoke-ntp.conf.texi
index 7e675877e8e2..132709eec5cf 100644
--- a/ntpd/invoke-ntp.conf.texi
+++ b/ntpd/invoke-ntp.conf.texi
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
#
# EDIT THIS FILE WITH CAUTION (invoke-ntp.conf.texi)
#
-# It has been AutoGen-ed August 14, 2018 at 08:29:07 AM by AutoGen 5.18.5
+# It has been AutoGen-ed February 20, 2019 at 09:56:39 AM by AutoGen 5.18.5
# From the definitions ntp.conf.def
# and the template file agtexi-file.tpl
@end ignore
diff --git a/ntpd/invoke-ntp.keys.texi b/ntpd/invoke-ntp.keys.texi
index a1f1e9520517..9698c5480d5f 100644
--- a/ntpd/invoke-ntp.keys.texi
+++ b/ntpd/invoke-ntp.keys.texi
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
#
# EDIT THIS FILE WITH CAUTION (invoke-ntp.keys.texi)
#
-# It has been AutoGen-ed August 14, 2018 at 08:29:10 AM by AutoGen 5.18.5
+# It has been AutoGen-ed February 20, 2019 at 09:56:41 AM by AutoGen 5.18.5
# From the definitions ntp.keys.def
# and the template file agtexi-file.tpl
@end ignore
diff --git a/ntpd/invoke-ntpd.texi b/ntpd/invoke-ntpd.texi
index b50529401e55..16dce21805d5 100644
--- a/ntpd/invoke-ntpd.texi
+++ b/ntpd/invoke-ntpd.texi
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
#
# EDIT THIS FILE WITH CAUTION (invoke-ntpd.texi)
#
-# It has been AutoGen-ed August 14, 2018 at 08:29:12 AM by AutoGen 5.18.5
+# It has been AutoGen-ed February 20, 2019 at 09:56:42 AM by AutoGen 5.18.5
# From the definitions ntpd-opts.def
# and the template file agtexi-cmd.tpl
@end ignore
@@ -142,7 +142,7 @@ with a status code of 0.
@exampleindent 0
@example
-ntpd - NTP daemon program - Ver. 4.2.8p12
+ntpd - NTP daemon program - Ver. 4.2.8p13
Usage: ntpd [ -<flag> [<val>] | --<name>[@{=| @}<val>] ]... \
[ <server1> ... <serverN> ]
Flg Arg Option-Name Description
@@ -164,7 +164,7 @@ Usage: ntpd [ -<flag> [<val>] | --<name>[@{=| @}<val>] ]... \
-g no panicgate Allow the first adjustment to be Big
- may appear multiple times
-G no force-step-once Step any initial offset correction.
- -i Str jaildir Jail directory
+ -i --- jaildir built without --enable-clockctl or --enable-linuxcaps or --enable-solarisprivs
-I Str interface Listen on an interface name or address
- may appear multiple times
-k Str keyfile path to symmetric keys
@@ -187,7 +187,7 @@ Usage: ntpd [ -<flag> [<val>] | --<name>[@{=| @}<val>] ]... \
-s Str statsdir Statistics file location
-t Str trustedkey Trusted key number
- may appear multiple times
- -u Str user Run as userid (or userid:groupid)
+ -u --- user built without --enable-clockctl or --enable-linuxcaps or --enable-solarisprivs
-U Num updateinterval interval in seconds between scans for new or dropped interfaces
Str var make ARG an ntp variable (RW)
- may appear multiple times
diff --git a/ntpd/ntp.conf.5man b/ntpd/ntp.conf.5man
index e1f061cfeb0a..50ae14f0eb28 100644
--- a/ntpd/ntp.conf.5man
+++ b/ntpd/ntp.conf.5man
@@ -10,11 +10,11 @@
.ds B-Font B
.ds I-Font I
.ds R-Font R
-.TH ntp.conf 5man "14 Aug 2018" "4.2.8p12" "File Formats"
+.TH ntp.conf 5man "20 Feb 2019" "4.2.8p13" "File Formats"
.\"
-.\" EDIT THIS FILE WITH CAUTION (/tmp/.ag-2caiQA/ag-bdaaPA)
+.\" EDIT THIS FILE WITH CAUTION (in-mem file)
.\"
-.\" It has been AutoGen-ed August 14, 2018 at 08:28:54 AM by AutoGen 5.18.5
+.\" It has been AutoGen-ed February 20, 2019 at 09:56:43 AM by AutoGen 5.18.5
.\" From the definitions ntp.conf.def
.\" and the template file agman-cmd.tpl
.SH NAME
diff --git a/ntpd/ntp.conf.5mdoc b/ntpd/ntp.conf.5mdoc
index d31c6b761132..7d133286eb5b 100644
--- a/ntpd/ntp.conf.5mdoc
+++ b/ntpd/ntp.conf.5mdoc
@@ -1,9 +1,9 @@
-.Dd August 14 2018
+.Dd February 20 2019
.Dt NTP_CONF 5mdoc File Formats
.Os
.\" EDIT THIS FILE WITH CAUTION (ntp.mdoc)
.\"
-.\" It has been AutoGen-ed August 14, 2018 at 08:29:15 AM by AutoGen 5.18.5
+.\" It has been AutoGen-ed February 20, 2019 at 09:56:34 AM by AutoGen 5.18.5
.\" From the definitions ntp.conf.def
.\" and the template file agmdoc-cmd.tpl
.Sh NAME
diff --git a/ntpd/ntp.conf.html b/ntpd/ntp.conf.html
index 5439ff7a7f37..e19e3264272d 100644
--- a/ntpd/ntp.conf.html
+++ b/ntpd/ntp.conf.html
@@ -1,128 +1,168 @@
-<html lang="en">
+<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
+<html>
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</div>
+<a name="Notes-about-ntp_002econf"></a>
+<h3 class="section">1.1 Notes about ntp.conf</h3>
+<a name="index-ntp_002econf"></a>
+<a name="index-Network-Time-Protocol-_0028NTP_0029-daemon-configuration-file-format"></a>
-<h3 class="section">Notes about ntp.conf</h3>
-<p><a name="index-ntp_002econf-1"></a><a name="index-Network-Time-Protocol-_0028NTP_0029-daemon-configuration-file-format-2"></a>
- <p>The
+<p>The
<code>ntp.conf</code>
configuration file is read at initial startup by the
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
daemon in order to specify the synchronization sources,
-modes and other related information.
+modes and other related information.
Usually, it is installed in the
-<span class="file">/etc</span>
+<samp>/etc</samp>
directory,
but could be installed elsewhere
-(see the daemon's
+(see the daemon&rsquo;s
<code>-c</code>
command line option).
-
- <p>The file format is similar to other
-<span class="sc">unix</span>
-configuration files.
+</p>
+<p>The file format is similar to other
+<small>UNIX</small>
+configuration files.
Comments begin with a
-#
+&lsquo;#&rsquo;
character and extend to the end of the line;
-blank lines are ignored.
+blank lines are ignored.
Configuration commands consist of an initial keyword
followed by a list of arguments,
-some of which may be optional, separated by whitespace.
-Commands may not be continued over multiple lines.
+some of which may be optional, separated by whitespace.
+Commands may not be continued over multiple lines.
Arguments may be host names,
host addresses written in numeric, dotted-quad form,
integers, floating point numbers (when specifying times in seconds)
and text strings.
-
- <p>The rest of this page describes the configuration and control options.
+</p>
+<p>The rest of this page describes the configuration and control options.
The
-"Notes on Configuring NTP and Setting up an NTP Subnet"
+&quot;Notes on Configuring NTP and Setting up an NTP Subnet&quot;
page
(available as part of the HTML documentation
provided in
-<span class="file">/usr/share/doc/ntp</span>)
-contains an extended discussion of these options.
+<samp>/usr/share/doc/ntp</samp>)
+contains an extended discussion of these options.
In addition to the discussion of general
-<a href="#Configuration-Options">Configuration Options</a>,
+&lsquo;Configuration Options&rsquo;,
there are sections describing the following supported functionality
and the options used to control it:
- <ul>
-<li><a href="#Authentication-Support">Authentication Support</a>
-<li><a href="#Monitoring-Support">Monitoring Support</a>
-<li><a href="#Access-Control-Support">Access Control Support</a>
-<li><a href="#Automatic-NTP-Configuration-Options">Automatic NTP Configuration Options</a>
-<li><a href="#Reference-Clock-Support">Reference Clock Support</a>
-<li><a href="#Miscellaneous-Options">Miscellaneous Options</a>
-</ul>
-
- <p>Following these is a section describing
-<a href="#Miscellaneous-Options">Miscellaneous Options</a>.
+</p><ul>
+<li> <a href="#Authentication-Support">Authentication Support</a>
+</li><li> <a href="#Monitoring-Support">Monitoring Support</a>
+</li><li> <a href="#Access-Control-Support">Access Control Support</a>
+</li><li> <a href="#Automatic-NTP-Configuration-Options">Automatic NTP Configuration Options</a>
+</li><li> <a href="#Reference-Clock-Support">Reference Clock Support</a>
+</li><li> <a href="#Miscellaneous-Options">Miscellaneous Options</a>
+</li></ul>
+
+<p>Following these is a section describing
+<a href="#Miscellaneous-Options">Miscellaneous Options</a>.
While there is a rich set of options available,
the only required option is one or more
<code>pool</code>,
@@ -131,42 +171,66 @@ the only required option is one or more
<code>broadcast</code>
or
<code>manycastclient</code>
-commands.
-<div class="node">
-<p><hr>
+commands.
+</p><table class="menu" border="0" cellspacing="0">
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#Configuration-Support" accesskey="1">Configuration Support</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">
+</td></tr>
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#Authentication-Support" accesskey="2">Authentication Support</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">
+</td></tr>
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#Monitoring-Support" accesskey="3">Monitoring Support</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">
+</td></tr>
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#Access-Control-Support" accesskey="4">Access Control Support</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">
+</td></tr>
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#Automatic-NTP-Configuration-Options" accesskey="5">Automatic NTP Configuration Options</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">
+</td></tr>
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#Reference-Clock-Support" accesskey="6">Reference Clock Support</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">
+</td></tr>
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#Miscellaneous-Options" accesskey="7">Miscellaneous Options</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">
+</td></tr>
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#ntp_002econf-Files" accesskey="8">ntp.conf Files</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">
+</td></tr>
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#ntp_002econf-See-Also" accesskey="9">ntp.conf See Also</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">
+</td></tr>
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#ntp_002econf-Bugs">ntp.conf Bugs</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">
+</td></tr>
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; :</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">
+</td></tr>
+</table>
+
+<hr>
<a name="Configuration-Support"></a>
-<br>
+<div class="header">
+<p>
+Next: <a href="#Authentication-Support" accesskey="n" rel="next">Authentication Support</a>, Up: <a href="#ntp_002econf-Notes" accesskey="u" rel="up">ntp.conf Notes</a> &nbsp; </p>
</div>
-
-<h4 class="subsection">Configuration Support</h4>
-
+<a name="Configuration-Support-1"></a>
+<h4 class="subsection">1.1.1 Configuration Support</h4>
<p>Following is a description of the configuration commands in
-NTPv4.
+NTPv4.
These commands have the same basic functions as in NTPv3 and
-in some cases new functions and new arguments.
+in some cases new functions and new arguments.
There are two
classes of commands, configuration commands that configure a
persistent association with a remote server or peer or reference
clock, and auxiliary commands that specify environmental variables
that control various related operations.
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Configuration Commands</h5>
-
+</p><a name="Configuration-Commands"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.1.1 Configuration Commands</h4>
<p>The various modes are determined by the command keyword and the
-type of the required IP address.
+type of the required IP address.
Addresses are classed by type as
(s) a remote server or peer (IPv4 class A, B and C), (b) the
broadcast address of a local interface, (m) a multicast address (IPv4
-class D), or (r) a reference clock address (127.127.x.x).
+class D), or (r) a reference clock address (127.127.x.x).
Note that
-only those options applicable to each command are listed below.
+only those options applicable to each command are listed below.
Use
of options not listed may not be caught as an error, but may result
in some weird and even destructive behavior.
-
- <p>If the Basic Socket Interface Extensions for IPv6 (RFC-2553)
+</p>
+<p>If the Basic Socket Interface Extensions for IPv6 (RFC-2553)
is detected, support for the IPv6 address family is generated
-in addition to the default support of the IPv4 address family.
+in addition to the default support of the IPv4 address family.
In a few cases, including the
<code>reslist</code>
billboard generated
@@ -174,84 +238,96 @@ by
<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>
or
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>,
-IPv6 addresses are automatically generated.
+IPv6 addresses are automatically generated.
IPv6 addresses can be identified by the presence of colons
-:
-in the address field.
+&ldquo;:&rdquo;
+in the address field.
IPv6 addresses can be used almost everywhere where
IPv4 addresses can be used,
with the exception of reference clock addresses,
which are always IPv4.
-
- <p>Note that in contexts where a host name is expected, a
+</p>
+<p>Note that in contexts where a host name is expected, a
<code>-4</code>
qualifier preceding
the host name forces DNS resolution to the IPv4 namespace,
while a
<code>-6</code>
-qualifier forces DNS resolution to the IPv6 namespace.
+qualifier forces DNS resolution to the IPv6 namespace.
See IPv6 references for the
equivalent classes for that address family.
- <dl>
-<dt><code>pool</code> <kbd>address</kbd> <code>[burst]</code> <code>[iburst]</code> <code>[version </code><kbd>version</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[prefer]</code> <code>[minpoll </code><kbd>minpoll</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[maxpoll </code><kbd>maxpoll</kbd><code>]</code><br><dt><code>server</code> <kbd>address</kbd> <code>[key </code><kbd>key</kbd> <kbd>|</kbd><code> autokey]</code> <code>[burst]</code> <code>[iburst]</code> <code>[version </code><kbd>version</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[prefer]</code> <code>[minpoll </code><kbd>minpoll</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[maxpoll </code><kbd>maxpoll</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[true]</code><br><dt><code>peer</code> <kbd>address</kbd> <code>[key </code><kbd>key</kbd> <kbd>|</kbd><code> autokey]</code> <code>[version </code><kbd>version</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[prefer]</code> <code>[minpoll </code><kbd>minpoll</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[maxpoll </code><kbd>maxpoll</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[true]</code> <code>[xleave]</code><br><dt><code>broadcast</code> <kbd>address</kbd> <code>[key </code><kbd>key</kbd> <kbd>|</kbd><code> autokey]</code> <code>[version </code><kbd>version</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[prefer]</code> <code>[minpoll </code><kbd>minpoll</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[ttl </code><kbd>ttl</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[xleave]</code><br><dt><code>manycastclient</code> <kbd>address</kbd> <code>[key </code><kbd>key</kbd> <kbd>|</kbd><code> autokey]</code> <code>[version </code><kbd>version</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[prefer]</code> <code>[minpoll </code><kbd>minpoll</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[maxpoll </code><kbd>maxpoll</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[ttl </code><kbd>ttl</kbd><code>]</code><dd></dl>
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>pool</code> <kbd>address</kbd> <code>[<code>burst</code>]</code> <code>[<code>iburst</code>]</code> <code>[<code>version</code> <kbd>version</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>prefer</code>]</code> <code>[<code>minpoll</code> <kbd>minpoll</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>maxpoll</code> <kbd>maxpoll</kbd>]</code></dt>
+<dt><code>server</code> <kbd>address</kbd> <code>[<code>key</code> <kbd>key</kbd> <kbd>|</kbd> <code>autokey</code>]</code> <code>[<code>burst</code>]</code> <code>[<code>iburst</code>]</code> <code>[<code>version</code> <kbd>version</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>prefer</code>]</code> <code>[<code>minpoll</code> <kbd>minpoll</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>maxpoll</code> <kbd>maxpoll</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>true</code>]</code></dt>
+<dt><code>peer</code> <kbd>address</kbd> <code>[<code>key</code> <kbd>key</kbd> <kbd>|</kbd> <code>autokey</code>]</code> <code>[<code>version</code> <kbd>version</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>prefer</code>]</code> <code>[<code>minpoll</code> <kbd>minpoll</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>maxpoll</code> <kbd>maxpoll</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>true</code>]</code> <code>[<code>xleave</code>]</code></dt>
+<dt><code>broadcast</code> <kbd>address</kbd> <code>[<code>key</code> <kbd>key</kbd> <kbd>|</kbd> <code>autokey</code>]</code> <code>[<code>version</code> <kbd>version</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>prefer</code>]</code> <code>[<code>minpoll</code> <kbd>minpoll</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>ttl</code> <kbd>ttl</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>xleave</code>]</code></dt>
+<dt><code>manycastclient</code> <kbd>address</kbd> <code>[<code>key</code> <kbd>key</kbd> <kbd>|</kbd> <code>autokey</code>]</code> <code>[<code>version</code> <kbd>version</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>prefer</code>]</code> <code>[<code>minpoll</code> <kbd>minpoll</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>maxpoll</code> <kbd>maxpoll</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>ttl</code> <kbd>ttl</kbd>]</code></dt>
+</dl>
- <p>These five commands specify the time server name or address to
-be used and the mode in which to operate.
+<p>These five commands specify the time server name or address to
+be used and the mode in which to operate.
The
<kbd>address</kbd>
can be
-either a DNS name or an IP address in dotted-quad notation.
+either a DNS name or an IP address in dotted-quad notation.
Additional information on association behavior can be found in the
-"Association Management"
+&quot;Association Management&quot;
page
(available as part of the HTML documentation
provided in
-<span class="file">/usr/share/doc/ntp</span>).
- <dl>
-<dt><code>pool</code><dd>For type s addresses, this command mobilizes a persistent
-client mode association with a number of remote servers.
+<samp>/usr/share/doc/ntp</samp>).
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>pool</code></dt>
+<dd><p>For type s addresses, this command mobilizes a persistent
+client mode association with a number of remote servers.
In this mode the local clock can synchronized to the
remote server, but the remote server can never be synchronized to
-the local clock.
-<br><dt><code>server</code><dd>For type s and r addresses, this command mobilizes a persistent
+the local clock.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>server</code></dt>
+<dd><p>For type s and r addresses, this command mobilizes a persistent
client mode association with the specified remote server or local
-radio clock.
+radio clock.
In this mode the local clock can synchronized to the
remote server, but the remote server can never be synchronized to
-the local clock.
+the local clock.
This command should
<em>not</em>
be used for type
-b or m addresses.
-<br><dt><code>peer</code><dd>For type s addresses (only), this command mobilizes a
+b or m addresses.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>peer</code></dt>
+<dd><p>For type s addresses (only), this command mobilizes a
persistent symmetric-active mode association with the specified
-remote peer.
+remote peer.
In this mode the local clock can be synchronized to
the remote peer or the remote peer can be synchronized to the local
-clock.
+clock.
This is useful in a network of servers where, depending on
various failure scenarios, either the local or remote peer may be
-the better source of time.
+the better source of time.
This command should NOT be used for type
-b, m or r addresses.
-<br><dt><code>broadcast</code><dd>For type b and m addresses (only), this
-command mobilizes a persistent broadcast mode association.
+b, m or r addresses.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>broadcast</code></dt>
+<dd><p>For type b and m addresses (only), this
+command mobilizes a persistent broadcast mode association.
Multiple
commands can be used to specify multiple local broadcast interfaces
-(subnets) and/or multiple multicast groups.
+(subnets) and/or multiple multicast groups.
Note that local
broadcast messages go only to the interface associated with the
-subnet specified, but multicast messages go to all interfaces.
+subnet specified, but multicast messages go to all interfaces.
In broadcast mode the local server sends periodic broadcast
messages to a client population at the
<kbd>address</kbd>
specified, which is usually the broadcast address on (one of) the
-local network(s) or a multicast address assigned to NTP.
+local network(s) or a multicast address assigned to NTP.
The IANA
has assigned the multicast group address IPv4 224.0.1.1 and
IPv6 ff05::101 (site local) exclusively to
NTP, but other nonconflicting addresses can be used to contain the
-messages within administrative boundaries.
+messages within administrative boundaries.
Ordinarily, this
specification applies only to the local server operating as a
sender; for operation as a broadcast client, see the
@@ -259,65 +335,73 @@ sender; for operation as a broadcast client, see the
or
<code>multicastclient</code>
commands
-below.
-<br><dt><code>manycastclient</code><dd>For type m addresses (only), this command mobilizes a
+below.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>manycastclient</code></dt>
+<dd><p>For type m addresses (only), this command mobilizes a
manycast client mode association for the multicast address
-specified.
+specified.
In this case a specific address must be supplied which
matches the address used on the
<code>manycastserver</code>
command for
-the designated manycast servers.
+the designated manycast servers.
The NTP multicast address
224.0.1.1 assigned by the IANA should NOT be used, unless specific
means are taken to avoid spraying large areas of the Internet with
these messages and causing a possibly massive implosion of replies
-at the sender.
+at the sender.
The
<code>manycastserver</code>
command specifies that the local server
is to operate in client mode with the remote servers that are
-discovered as the result of broadcast/multicast messages.
+discovered as the result of broadcast/multicast messages.
The
client broadcasts a request message to the group address associated
with the specified
<kbd>address</kbd>
and specifically enabled
-servers respond to these messages.
+servers respond to these messages.
The client selects the servers
providing the best time and continues as with the
<code>server</code>
-command.
+command.
The remaining servers are discarded as if never
-heard.
+heard.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
- <p>Options:
- <dl>
-<dt><code>autokey</code><dd>All packets sent to and received from the server or peer are to
+<p>Options:
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>autokey</code></dt>
+<dd><p>All packets sent to and received from the server or peer are to
include authentication fields encrypted using the autokey scheme
described in
-<a href="#Authentication-Options">Authentication Options</a>.
-<br><dt><code>burst</code><dd>when the server is reachable, send a burst of eight packets
-instead of the usual one.
+&lsquo;Authentication Options&rsquo;.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>burst</code></dt>
+<dd><p>when the server is reachable, send a burst of eight packets
+instead of the usual one.
The packet spacing is normally 2 s;
however, the spacing between the first and second packets
can be changed with the
<code>calldelay</code>
command to allow
-additional time for a modem or ISDN call to complete.
+additional time for a modem or ISDN call to complete.
This is designed to improve timekeeping quality
with the
<code>server</code>
-command and s addresses.
-<br><dt><code>iburst</code><dd>When the server is unreachable, send a burst of eight packets
-instead of the usual one.
+command and s addresses.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>iburst</code></dt>
+<dd><p>When the server is unreachable, send a burst of eight packets
+instead of the usual one.
The packet spacing is normally 2 s;
however, the spacing between the first two packets can be
changed with the
<code>calldelay</code>
command to allow
-additional time for a modem or ISDN call to complete.
+additional time for a modem or ISDN call to complete.
This is designed to speed the initial synchronization
acquisition with the
<code>server</code>
@@ -325,167 +409,196 @@ command and s addresses and when
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
is started with the
<code>-q</code>
-option.
-<br><dt><code>key</code> <kbd>key</kbd><dd>All packets sent to and received from the server or peer are to
+option.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>key</code> <kbd>key</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>All packets sent to and received from the server or peer are to
include authentication fields encrypted using the specified
<kbd>key</kbd>
-identifier with values from 1 to 65535, inclusive.
+identifier with values from 1 to 65535, inclusive.
The
-default is to include no encryption field.
-<br><dt><code>minpoll</code> <kbd>minpoll</kbd><br><dt><code>maxpoll</code> <kbd>maxpoll</kbd><dd>These options specify the minimum and maximum poll intervals
+default is to include no encryption field.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>minpoll</code> <kbd>minpoll</kbd></dt>
+<dt><code>maxpoll</code> <kbd>maxpoll</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>These options specify the minimum and maximum poll intervals
for NTP messages, as a power of 2 in seconds
The maximum poll
interval defaults to 10 (1,024 s), but can be increased by the
<code>maxpoll</code>
-option to an upper limit of 17 (36.4 h).
+option to an upper limit of 17 (36.4 h).
The
minimum poll interval defaults to 6 (64 s), but can be decreased by
the
<code>minpoll</code>
-option to a lower limit of 4 (16 s).
-<br><dt><code>noselect</code><dd>Marks the server as unused, except for display purposes.
-The server is discarded by the selection algroithm.
-<br><dt><code>preempt</code><dd>Says the association can be preempted.
-<br><dt><code>true</code><dd>Marks the server as a truechimer.
-Use this option only for testing.
-<br><dt><code>prefer</code><dd>Marks the server as preferred.
+option to a lower limit of 4 (16 s).
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>noselect</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Marks the server as unused, except for display purposes.
+The server is discarded by the selection algroithm.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>preempt</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Says the association can be preempted.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>true</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Marks the server as a truechimer.
+Use this option only for testing.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>prefer</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Marks the server as preferred.
All other things being equal,
this host will be chosen for synchronization among a set of
-correctly operating hosts.
+correctly operating hosts.
See the
-"Mitigation Rules and the prefer Keyword"
+&quot;Mitigation Rules and the prefer Keyword&quot;
page
(available as part of the HTML documentation
provided in
-<span class="file">/usr/share/doc/ntp</span>)
-for further information.
-<br><dt><code>true</code><dd>Forces the association to always survive the selection and clustering algorithms.
+<samp>/usr/share/doc/ntp</samp>)
+for further information.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>true</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Forces the association to always survive the selection and clustering algorithms.
This option should almost certainly
<em>only</em>
-be used while testing an association.
-<br><dt><code>ttl</code> <kbd>ttl</kbd><dd>This option is used only with broadcast server and manycast
-client modes.
+be used while testing an association.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>ttl</code> <kbd>ttl</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This option is used only with broadcast server and manycast
+client modes.
It specifies the time-to-live
<kbd>ttl</kbd>
to
use on broadcast server and multicast server and the maximum
<kbd>ttl</kbd>
for the expanding ring search with manycast
-client packets.
+client packets.
Selection of the proper value, which defaults to
127, is something of a black art and should be coordinated with the
-network administrator.
-<br><dt><code>version</code> <kbd>version</kbd><dd>Specifies the version number to be used for outgoing NTP
-packets.
+network administrator.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>version</code> <kbd>version</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the version number to be used for outgoing NTP
+packets.
Versions 1-4 are the choices, with version 4 the
-default.
-<br><dt><code>xleave</code><dd>Valid in
+default.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>xleave</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Valid in
<code>peer</code>
and
<code>broadcast</code>
-modes only, this flag enables interleave mode.
+modes only, this flag enables interleave mode.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Auxiliary Commands</h5>
-
- <dl>
-<dt><code>broadcastclient</code><dd>This command enables reception of broadcast server messages to
-any local interface (type b) address.
+<a name="Auxiliary-Commands"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.1.2 Auxiliary Commands</h4>
+<dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>broadcastclient</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This command enables reception of broadcast server messages to
+any local interface (type b) address.
Upon receiving a message for
the first time, the broadcast client measures the nominal server
propagation delay using a brief client/server exchange with the
server, then enters the broadcast client mode, in which it
-synchronizes to succeeding broadcast messages.
+synchronizes to succeeding broadcast messages.
Note that, in order
to avoid accidental or malicious disruption in this mode, both the
server and client should operate using symmetric-key or public-key
authentication as described in
-<a href="#Authentication-Options">Authentication Options</a>.
-<br><dt><code>manycastserver</code> <kbd>address</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd><dd>This command enables reception of manycast client messages to
-the multicast group address(es) (type m) specified.
+&lsquo;Authentication Options&rsquo;.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>manycastserver</code> <kbd>address</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This command enables reception of manycast client messages to
+the multicast group address(es) (type m) specified.
At least one
address is required, but the NTP multicast address 224.0.1.1
assigned by the IANA should NOT be used, unless specific means are
taken to limit the span of the reply and avoid a possibly massive
-implosion at the original sender.
+implosion at the original sender.
Note that, in order to avoid
accidental or malicious disruption in this mode, both the server
and client should operate using symmetric-key or public-key
authentication as described in
-<a href="#Authentication-Options">Authentication Options</a>.
-<br><dt><code>multicastclient</code> <kbd>address</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd><dd>This command enables reception of multicast server messages to
-the multicast group address(es) (type m) specified.
+&lsquo;Authentication Options&rsquo;.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>multicastclient</code> <kbd>address</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This command enables reception of multicast server messages to
+the multicast group address(es) (type m) specified.
Upon receiving
a message for the first time, the multicast client measures the
nominal server propagation delay using a brief client/server
exchange with the server, then enters the broadcast client mode, in
-which it synchronizes to succeeding multicast messages.
+which it synchronizes to succeeding multicast messages.
Note that,
in order to avoid accidental or malicious disruption in this mode,
both the server and client should operate using symmetric-key or
public-key authentication as described in
-<a href="#Authentication-Options">Authentication Options</a>.
-<br><dt><code>mdnstries</code> <kbd>number</kbd><dd>If we are participating in mDNS,
+&lsquo;Authentication Options&rsquo;.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>mdnstries</code> <kbd>number</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>If we are participating in mDNS,
after we have synched for the first time
-we attempt to register with the mDNS system.
+we attempt to register with the mDNS system.
If that registration attempt fails,
we try again at one minute intervals for up to
<code>mdnstries</code>
-times.
+times.
After all,
<code>ntpd</code>
-may be starting before mDNS.
+may be starting before mDNS.
The default value for
<code>mdnstries</code>
-is 5.
+is 5.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
-<div class="node">
-<p><hr>
+<hr>
<a name="Authentication-Support"></a>
-<br>
+<div class="header">
+<p>
+Next: <a href="#Monitoring-Support" accesskey="n" rel="next">Monitoring Support</a>, Previous: <a href="#Configuration-Support" accesskey="p" rel="prev">Configuration Support</a>, Up: <a href="#ntp_002econf-Notes" accesskey="u" rel="up">ntp.conf Notes</a> &nbsp; </p>
</div>
-
-<h4 class="subsection">Authentication Support</h4>
-
+<a name="Authentication-Support-1"></a>
+<h4 class="subsection">1.1.2 Authentication Support</h4>
<p>Authentication support allows the NTP client to verify that the
server is in fact known and trusted and not an intruder intending
-accidentally or on purpose to masquerade as that server.
+accidentally or on purpose to masquerade as that server.
The NTPv3
specification RFC-1305 defines a scheme which provides
-cryptographic authentication of received NTP packets.
+cryptographic authentication of received NTP packets.
Originally,
this was done using the Data Encryption Standard (DES) algorithm
operating in Cipher Block Chaining (CBC) mode, commonly called
-DES-CBC.
+DES-CBC.
Subsequently, this was replaced by the RSA Message Digest
-5 (MD5) algorithm using a private key, commonly called keyed-MD5.
+5 (MD5) algorithm using a private key, commonly called keyed-MD5.
Either algorithm computes a message digest, or one-way hash, which
can be used to verify the server has the correct private key and
key identifier.
-
- <p>NTPv4 retains the NTPv3 scheme, properly described as symmetric key
+</p>
+<p>NTPv4 retains the NTPv3 scheme, properly described as symmetric key
cryptography and, in addition, provides a new Autokey scheme
-based on public key cryptography.
+based on public key cryptography.
Public key cryptography is generally considered more secure
than symmetric key cryptography, since the security is based
on a private value which is generated by each server and
-never revealed.
+never revealed.
With Autokey all key distribution and
management functions involve only public values, which
-considerably simplifies key distribution and storage.
+considerably simplifies key distribution and storage.
Public key management is based on X.509 certificates,
which can be provided by commercial services or
produced by utility programs in the OpenSSL software library
or the NTPv4 distribution.
-
- <p>While the algorithms for symmetric key cryptography are
+</p>
+<p>While the algorithms for symmetric key cryptography are
included in the NTPv4 distribution, public key cryptography
requires the OpenSSL software library to be installed
-before building the NTP distribution.
+before building the NTP distribution.
Directions for doing that
are on the Building and Installing the Distribution page.
-
- <p>Authentication is configured separately for each association
+</p>
+<p>Authentication is configured separately for each association
using the
<code>key</code>
or
@@ -497,36 +610,36 @@ subcommand on the
and
<code>manycastclient</code>
configuration commands as described in
-<a href="#Configuration-Options">Configuration Options</a>
-page.
+&lsquo;Configuration Options&rsquo;
+page.
The authentication
options described below specify the locations of the key files,
if other than default, which symmetric keys are trusted
and the interval between various operations, if other than default.
-
- <p>Authentication is always enabled,
+</p>
+<p>Authentication is always enabled,
although ineffective if not configured as
-described below.
+described below.
If a NTP packet arrives
including a message authentication
code (MAC), it is accepted only if it
-passes all cryptographic checks.
+passes all cryptographic checks.
The
checks require correct key ID, key value
-and message digest.
+and message digest.
If the packet has
been modified in any way or replayed
by an intruder, it will fail one or more
-of these checks and be discarded.
+of these checks and be discarded.
Furthermore, the Autokey scheme requires a
preliminary protocol exchange to obtain
the server certificate, verify its
credentials and initialize the protocol
-
- <p>The
+</p>
+<p>The
<code>auth</code>
flag controls whether new associations or
-remote configuration commands require cryptographic authentication.
+remote configuration commands require cryptographic authentication.
This flag can be set or reset by the
<code>enable</code>
and
@@ -535,22 +648,22 @@ commands and also by remote
configuration commands sent by a
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
program running on
-another machine.
+another machine.
If this flag is enabled, which is the default
case, new broadcast client and symmetric passive associations and
remote configuration commands must be cryptographically
-authenticated using either symmetric key or public key cryptography.
+authenticated using either symmetric key or public key cryptography.
If this
flag is disabled, these operations are effective
even if not cryptographic
-authenticated.
+authenticated.
It should be understood
that operating with the
<code>auth</code>
flag disabled invites a significant vulnerability
where a rogue hacker can
masquerade as a falseticker and seriously
-disrupt system timekeeping.
+disrupt system timekeeping.
It is
important to note that this flag has no purpose
other than to allow or disallow
@@ -559,42 +672,41 @@ and symmetric active messages
and remote configuration commands and, in particular,
the flag has no effect on
the authentication process itself.
-
- <p>An attractive alternative where multicast support is available
+</p>
+<p>An attractive alternative where multicast support is available
is manycast mode, in which clients periodically troll
for servers as described in the
<a href="#Automatic-NTP-Configuration-Options">Automatic NTP Configuration Options</a>
-page.
+page.
Either symmetric key or public key
-cryptographic authentication can be used in this mode.
+cryptographic authentication can be used in this mode.
The principle advantage
of manycast mode is that potential servers need not be
configured in advance,
since the client finds them during regular operation,
and the configuration
files for all clients can be identical.
-
- <p>The security model and protocol schemes for
+</p>
+<p>The security model and protocol schemes for
both symmetric key and public key
cryptography are summarized below;
further details are in the briefings, papers
and reports at the NTP project page linked from
<code>http://www.ntp.org/</code>.
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Symmetric-Key Cryptography</h5>
-
+</p><a name="Symmetric_002dKey-Cryptography"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.2.1 Symmetric-Key Cryptography</h4>
<p>The original RFC-1305 specification allows any one of possibly
65,535 keys, each distinguished by a 32-bit key identifier, to
-authenticate an association.
+authenticate an association.
The servers and clients involved must
agree on the key and key identifier to
-authenticate NTP packets.
+authenticate NTP packets.
Keys and
related information are specified in a key
file, usually called
-<span class="file">ntp.keys</span>,
+<samp>ntp.keys</samp>,
which must be distributed and stored using
-secure means beyond the scope of the NTP protocol itself.
+secure means beyond the scope of the NTP protocol itself.
Besides the keys used
for ordinary NTP associations,
additional keys can be used as passwords for the
@@ -602,25 +714,25 @@ additional keys can be used as passwords for the
and
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
utility programs.
-
- <p>When
+</p>
+<p>When
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
is first started, it reads the key file specified in the
<code>keys</code>
configuration command and installs the keys
-in the key cache.
+in the key cache.
However,
individual keys must be activated with the
<code>trusted</code>
-command before use.
+command before use.
This
allows, for instance, the installation of possibly
several batches of keys and
then activating or deactivating each batch
remotely using
-<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>.
+<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>.
This also provides a revocation capability that can be used
-if a key becomes compromised.
+if a key becomes compromised.
The
<code>requestkey</code>
command selects the key used as the password for the
@@ -630,121 +742,118 @@ utility, while the
command selects the key used as the password for the
<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>
utility.
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Public Key Cryptography</h5>
-
+</p><a name="Public-Key-Cryptography"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.2.2 Public Key Cryptography</h4>
<p>NTPv4 supports the original NTPv3 symmetric key scheme
described in RFC-1305 and in addition the Autokey protocol,
-which is based on public key cryptography.
+which is based on public key cryptography.
The Autokey Version 2 protocol described on the Autokey Protocol
page verifies packet integrity using MD5 message digests
and verifies the source with digital signatures and any of several
-digest/signature schemes.
+digest/signature schemes.
Optional identity schemes described on the Identity Schemes
page and based on cryptographic challenge/response algorithms
-are also available.
+are also available.
Using all of these schemes provides strong security against
replay with or without modification, spoofing, masquerade
and most forms of clogging attacks.
-
- <p>The Autokey protocol has several modes of operation
-corresponding to the various NTP modes supported.
+</p>
+<p>The Autokey protocol has several modes of operation
+corresponding to the various NTP modes supported.
Most modes use a special cookie which can be
computed independently by the client and server,
-but encrypted in transmission.
+but encrypted in transmission.
All modes use in addition a variant of the S-KEY scheme,
in which a pseudo-random key list is generated and used
-in reverse order.
+in reverse order.
These schemes are described along with an executive summary,
current status, briefing slides and reading list on the
-<a href="#Autonomous-Authentication">Autonomous Authentication</a>
+&lsquo;Autonomous Authentication&rsquo;
page.
-
- <p>The specific cryptographic environment used by Autokey servers
+</p>
+<p>The specific cryptographic environment used by Autokey servers
and clients is determined by a set of files
and soft links generated by the
<code>ntp-keygen(1ntpkeygenmdoc)</code>
-program.
+program.
This includes a required host key file,
required certificate file and optional sign key file,
-leapsecond file and identity scheme files.
+leapsecond file and identity scheme files.
The
digest/signature scheme is specified in the X.509 certificate
-along with the matching sign key.
+along with the matching sign key.
There are several schemes
available in the OpenSSL software library, each identified
by a specific string such as
<code>md5WithRSAEncryption</code>,
which stands for the MD5 message digest with RSA
-encryption scheme.
+encryption scheme.
The current NTP distribution supports
all the schemes in the OpenSSL library, including
those based on RSA and DSA digital signatures.
-
- <p>NTP secure groups can be used to define cryptographic compartments
-and security hierarchies.
+</p>
+<p>NTP secure groups can be used to define cryptographic compartments
+and security hierarchies.
It is important that every host
in the group be able to construct a certificate trail to one
-or more trusted hosts in the same group.
+or more trusted hosts in the same group.
Each group
host runs the Autokey protocol to obtain the certificates
-for all hosts along the trail to one or more trusted hosts.
+for all hosts along the trail to one or more trusted hosts.
This requires the configuration file in all hosts to be
engineered so that, even under anticipated failure conditions,
the NTP subnet will form such that every group host can find
a trail to at least one trusted host.
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Naming and Addressing</h5>
-
+</p><a name="Naming-and-Addressing"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.2.3 Naming and Addressing</h4>
<p>It is important to note that Autokey does not use DNS to
-resolve addresses, since DNS can't be completely trusted
-until the name servers have synchronized clocks.
+resolve addresses, since DNS can&rsquo;t be completely trusted
+until the name servers have synchronized clocks.
The cryptographic name used by Autokey to bind the host identity
credentials and cryptographic values must be independent
-of interface, network and any other naming convention.
+of interface, network and any other naming convention.
The name appears in the host certificate in either or both
the subject and issuer fields, so protection against
DNS compromise is essential.
-
- <p>By convention, the name of an Autokey host is the name returned
+</p>
+<p>By convention, the name of an Autokey host is the name returned
by the Unix
<code>gethostname(2)</code>
-system call or equivalent in other systems.
+system call or equivalent in other systems.
By the system design
-model, there are no provisions to allow alternate names or aliases.
+model, there are no provisions to allow alternate names or aliases.
However, this is not to say that DNS aliases, different names
for each interface, etc., are constrained in any way.
-
- <p>It is also important to note that Autokey verifies authenticity
+</p>
+<p>It is also important to note that Autokey verifies authenticity
using the host name, network address and public keys,
all of which are bound together by the protocol specifically
-to deflect masquerade attacks.
+to deflect masquerade attacks.
For this reason Autokey
includes the source and destination IP addresses in message digest
computations and so the same addresses must be available
-at both the server and client.
+at both the server and client.
For this reason operation
-with network address translation schemes is not possible.
+with network address translation schemes is not possible.
This reflects the intended robust security model where government
and corporate NTP servers are operated outside firewall perimeters.
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Operation</h5>
-
+</p><a name="Operation"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.2.4 Operation</h4>
<p>A specific combination of authentication scheme (none,
symmetric key, public key) and identity scheme is called
-a cryptotype, although not all combinations are compatible.
+a cryptotype, although not all combinations are compatible.
There may be management configurations where the clients,
-servers and peers may not all support the same cryptotypes.
+servers and peers may not all support the same cryptotypes.
A secure NTPv4 subnet can be configured in many ways while
keeping in mind the principles explained above and
-in this section.
+in this section.
Note however that some cryptotype
combinations may successfully interoperate with each other,
but may not represent good security practice.
-
- <p>The cryptotype of an association is determined at the time
+</p>
+<p>The cryptotype of an association is determined at the time
of mobilization, either at configuration time or some time
-later when a message of appropriate cryptotype arrives.
+later when a message of appropriate cryptotype arrives.
When mobilized by a
<code>server</code>
or
@@ -761,513 +870,609 @@ using the symmetric key ID specified; if the
<code>autokey</code>
subcommand is present, the association is authenticated
using Autokey.
-
- <p>When multiple identity schemes are supported in the Autokey
-protocol, the first message exchange determines which one is used.
+</p>
+<p>When multiple identity schemes are supported in the Autokey
+protocol, the first message exchange determines which one is used.
The client request message contains bits corresponding
-to which schemes it has available.
+to which schemes it has available.
The server response message
-contains bits corresponding to which schemes it has available.
+contains bits corresponding to which schemes it has available.
Both server and client match the received bits with their own
and select a common scheme.
-
- <p>Following the principle that time is a public value,
+</p>
+<p>Following the principle that time is a public value,
a server responds to any client packet that matches
-its cryptotype capabilities.
+its cryptotype capabilities.
Thus, a server receiving
an unauthenticated packet will respond with an unauthenticated
packet, while the same server receiving a packet of a cryptotype
-it supports will respond with packets of that cryptotype.
+it supports will respond with packets of that cryptotype.
However, unconfigured broadcast or manycast client
associations or symmetric passive associations will not be
mobilized unless the server supports a cryptotype compatible
-with the first packet received.
+with the first packet received.
By default, unauthenticated associations will not be mobilized
unless overridden in a decidedly dangerous way.
-
- <p>Some examples may help to reduce confusion.
-Client Alice has no specific cryptotype selected.
-Server Bob has both a symmetric key file and minimal Autokey files.
-Alice's unauthenticated messages arrive at Bob, who replies with
-unauthenticated messages.
-Cathy has a copy of Bob's symmetric
-key file and has selected key ID 4 in messages to Bob.
-Bob verifies the message with his key ID 4.
-If it's the
+</p>
+<p>Some examples may help to reduce confusion.
+Client Alice has no specific cryptotype selected.
+Server Bob has both a symmetric key file and minimal Autokey files.
+Alice&rsquo;s unauthenticated messages arrive at Bob, who replies with
+unauthenticated messages.
+Cathy has a copy of Bob&rsquo;s symmetric
+key file and has selected key ID 4 in messages to Bob.
+Bob verifies the message with his key ID 4.
+If it&rsquo;s the
same key and the message is verified, Bob sends Cathy a reply
-authenticated with that key.
+authenticated with that key.
If verification fails,
Bob sends Cathy a thing called a crypto-NAK, which tells her
-something broke.
+something broke.
She can see the evidence using the
<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>
program.
-
- <p>Denise has rolled her own host key and certificate.
-She also uses one of the identity schemes as Bob.
+</p>
+<p>Denise has rolled her own host key and certificate.
+She also uses one of the identity schemes as Bob.
She sends the first Autokey message to Bob and they
-both dance the protocol authentication and identity steps.
+both dance the protocol authentication and identity steps.
If all comes out okay, Denise and Bob continue as described above.
-
- <p>It should be clear from the above that Bob can support
+</p>
+<p>It should be clear from the above that Bob can support
all the girls at the same time, as long as he has compatible
-authentication and identity credentials.
+authentication and identity credentials.
Now, Bob can act just like the girls in his own choice of servers;
he can run multiple configured associations with multiple different
-servers (or the same server, although that might not be useful).
+servers (or the same server, although that might not be useful).
But, wise security policy might preclude some cryptotype
combinations; for instance, running an identity scheme
with one server and no authentication with another might not be wise.
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Key Management</h5>
-
+</p><a name="Key-Management"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.2.5 Key Management</h4>
<p>The cryptographic values used by the Autokey protocol are
incorporated as a set of files generated by the
<code>ntp-keygen(1ntpkeygenmdoc)</code>
utility program, including symmetric key, host key and
public certificate files, as well as sign key, identity parameters
-and leapseconds files.
+and leapseconds files.
Alternatively, host and sign keys and
certificate files can be generated by the OpenSSL utilities
and certificates can be imported from public certificate
-authorities.
+authorities.
Note that symmetric keys are necessary for the
<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>
and
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
-utility programs.
+utility programs.
The remaining files are necessary only for the
Autokey protocol.
-
- <p>Certificates imported from OpenSSL or public certificate
-authorities have certian limitations.
+</p>
+<p>Certificates imported from OpenSSL or public certificate
+authorities have certian limitations.
The certificate should be in ASN.1 syntax, X.509 Version 3
format and encoded in PEM, which is the same format
-used by OpenSSL.
+used by OpenSSL.
The overall length of the certificate encoded
-in ASN.1 must not exceed 1024 bytes.
+in ASN.1 must not exceed 1024 bytes.
The subject distinguished
name field (CN) is the fully qualified name of the host
-on which it is used; the remaining subject fields are ignored.
+on which it is used; the remaining subject fields are ignored.
The certificate extension fields must not contain either
a subject key identifier or a issuer key identifier field;
however, an extended key usage field for a trusted host must
contain the value
-<code>trustRoot</code>;.
+<code>trustRoot</code>;.
Other extension fields are ignored.
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Authentication Commands</h5>
-
- <dl>
-<dt><code>autokey</code> <code>[</code><kbd>logsec</kbd><code>]</code><dd>Specifies the interval between regenerations of the session key
-list used with the Autokey protocol.
+</p><a name="Authentication-Commands"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.2.6 Authentication Commands</h4>
+<dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>autokey</code> <code>[<kbd>logsec</kbd>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the interval between regenerations of the session key
+list used with the Autokey protocol.
Note that the size of the key
list for each association depends on this interval and the current
-poll interval.
-The default value is 12 (4096 s or about 1.1 hours).
+poll interval.
+The default value is 12 (4096 s or about 1.1 hours).
For poll intervals above the specified interval, a session key list
with a single entry will be regenerated for every message
-sent.
-<br><dt><code>controlkey</code> <kbd>key</kbd><dd>Specifies the key identifier to use with the
+sent.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>controlkey</code> <kbd>key</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the key identifier to use with the
<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>
utility, which uses the standard
-protocol defined in RFC-1305.
+protocol defined in RFC-1305.
The
<kbd>key</kbd>
argument is
the key identifier for a trusted key, where the value can be in the
-range 1 to 65,535, inclusive.
-<br><dt><code>crypto</code> <code>[cert </code><kbd>file</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[leap </code><kbd>file</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[randfile </code><kbd>file</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[host </code><kbd>file</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[sign </code><kbd>file</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[gq </code><kbd>file</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[gqpar </code><kbd>file</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[iffpar </code><kbd>file</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[mvpar </code><kbd>file</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[pw </code><kbd>password</kbd><code>]</code><dd>This command requires the OpenSSL library.
+range 1 to 65,535, inclusive.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>crypto</code> <code>[<code>cert</code> <kbd>file</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>leap</code> <kbd>file</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>randfile</code> <kbd>file</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>host</code> <kbd>file</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>sign</code> <kbd>file</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>gq</code> <kbd>file</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>gqpar</code> <kbd>file</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>iffpar</code> <kbd>file</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>mvpar</code> <kbd>file</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>pw</code> <kbd>password</kbd>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This command requires the OpenSSL library.
It activates public key
cryptography, selects the message digest and signature
encryption scheme and loads the required private and public
-values described above.
+values described above.
If one or more files are left unspecified,
-the default names are used as described above.
+the default names are used as described above.
Unless the complete path and name of the file are specified, the
location of a file is relative to the keys directory specified
in the
<code>keysdir</code>
command or default
-<span class="file">/usr/local/etc</span>.
+<samp>/usr/local/etc</samp>.
Following are the subcommands:
- <dl>
-<dt><code>cert</code> <kbd>file</kbd><dd>Specifies the location of the required host public certificate file.
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>cert</code> <kbd>file</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the location of the required host public certificate file.
This overrides the link
-<span class="file">ntpkey_cert_</span><kbd>hostname</kbd>
-in the keys directory.
-<br><dt><code>gqpar</code> <kbd>file</kbd><dd>Specifies the location of the optional GQ parameters file.
+<samp>ntpkey_cert_</samp><kbd>hostname</kbd>
+in the keys directory.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>gqpar</code> <kbd>file</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the location of the optional GQ parameters file.
This
overrides the link
-<span class="file">ntpkey_gq_</span><kbd>hostname</kbd>
-in the keys directory.
-<br><dt><code>host</code> <kbd>file</kbd><dd>Specifies the location of the required host key file.
+<samp>ntpkey_gq_</samp><kbd>hostname</kbd>
+in the keys directory.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>host</code> <kbd>file</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the location of the required host key file.
This overrides
the link
-<span class="file">ntpkey_key_</span><kbd>hostname</kbd>
-in the keys directory.
-<br><dt><code>iffpar</code> <kbd>file</kbd><dd>Specifies the location of the optional IFF parameters file.
+<samp>ntpkey_key_</samp><kbd>hostname</kbd>
+in the keys directory.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>iffpar</code> <kbd>file</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the location of the optional IFF parameters file.
This overrides the link
-<span class="file">ntpkey_iff_</span><kbd>hostname</kbd>
-in the keys directory.
-<br><dt><code>leap</code> <kbd>file</kbd><dd>Specifies the location of the optional leapsecond file.
+<samp>ntpkey_iff_</samp><kbd>hostname</kbd>
+in the keys directory.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>leap</code> <kbd>file</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the location of the optional leapsecond file.
This overrides the link
-<span class="file">ntpkey_leap</span>
-in the keys directory.
-<br><dt><code>mvpar</code> <kbd>file</kbd><dd>Specifies the location of the optional MV parameters file.
+<samp>ntpkey_leap</samp>
+in the keys directory.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>mvpar</code> <kbd>file</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the location of the optional MV parameters file.
This overrides the link
-<span class="file">ntpkey_mv_</span><kbd>hostname</kbd>
-in the keys directory.
-<br><dt><code>pw</code> <kbd>password</kbd><dd>Specifies the password to decrypt files containing private keys and
-identity parameters.
+<samp>ntpkey_mv_</samp><kbd>hostname</kbd>
+in the keys directory.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>pw</code> <kbd>password</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the password to decrypt files containing private keys and
+identity parameters.
This is required only if these files have been
-encrypted.
-<br><dt><code>randfile</code> <kbd>file</kbd><dd>Specifies the location of the random seed file used by the OpenSSL
-library.
-The defaults are described in the main text above.
-<br><dt><code>sign</code> <kbd>file</kbd><dd>Specifies the location of the optional sign key file.
+encrypted.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>randfile</code> <kbd>file</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the location of the random seed file used by the OpenSSL
+library.
+The defaults are described in the main text above.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>sign</code> <kbd>file</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the location of the optional sign key file.
This overrides
the link
-<span class="file">ntpkey_sign_</span><kbd>hostname</kbd>
-in the keys directory.
+<samp>ntpkey_sign_</samp><kbd>hostname</kbd>
+in the keys directory.
If this file is
-not found, the host key is also the sign key.
+not found, the host key is also the sign key.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
- <br><dt><code>keys</code> <kbd>keyfile</kbd><dd>Specifies the complete path and location of the MD5 key file
+</dd>
+<dt><code>keys</code> <kbd>keyfile</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the complete path and location of the MD5 key file
containing the keys and key identifiers used by
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>,
<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>
and
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
-when operating with symmetric key cryptography.
+when operating with symmetric key cryptography.
This is the same operation as the
<code>-k</code>
-command line option.
-<br><dt><code>keysdir</code> <kbd>path</kbd><dd>This command specifies the default directory path for
-cryptographic keys, parameters and certificates.
+command line option.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>keysdir</code> <kbd>path</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This command specifies the default directory path for
+cryptographic keys, parameters and certificates.
The default is
-<span class="file">/usr/local/etc/</span>.
-<br><dt><code>requestkey</code> <kbd>key</kbd><dd>Specifies the key identifier to use with the
+<samp>/usr/local/etc/</samp>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>requestkey</code> <kbd>key</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the key identifier to use with the
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
utility program, which uses a
proprietary protocol specific to this implementation of
-<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>.
+<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>.
The
<kbd>key</kbd>
argument is a key identifier
for the trusted key, where the value can be in the range 1 to
-65,535, inclusive.
-<br><dt><code>revoke</code> <kbd>logsec</kbd><dd>Specifies the interval between re-randomization of certain
+65,535, inclusive.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>revoke</code> <kbd>logsec</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the interval between re-randomization of certain
cryptographic values used by the Autokey scheme, as a power of 2 in
-seconds.
+seconds.
These values need to be updated frequently in order to
deflect brute-force attacks on the algorithms of the scheme;
-however, updating some values is a relatively expensive operation.
-The default interval is 16 (65,536 s or about 18 hours).
+however, updating some values is a relatively expensive operation.
+The default interval is 16 (65,536 s or about 18 hours).
For poll
intervals above the specified interval, the values will be updated
-for every message sent.
-<br><dt><code>trustedkey</code> <kbd>key</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd><dd>Specifies the key identifiers which are trusted for the
+for every message sent.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>trustedkey</code> <kbd>key</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the key identifiers which are trusted for the
purposes of authenticating peers with symmetric key cryptography,
as well as keys used by the
<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>
and
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
-programs.
+programs.
The authentication procedures require that both the local
and remote servers share the same key and key identifier for this
purpose, although different keys can be used with different
-servers.
+servers.
The
<kbd>key</kbd>
arguments are 32-bit unsigned
-integers with values from 1 to 65,535.
+integers with values from 1 to 65,535.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Error Codes</h5>
-
+<a name="Error-Codes"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.2.7 Error Codes</h4>
<p>The following error codes are reported via the NTP control
and monitoring protocol trap mechanism.
- <dl>
-<dt>101<dd>(bad field format or length)
-The packet has invalid version, length or format.
-<br><dt>102<dd>(bad timestamp)
-The packet timestamp is the same or older than the most recent received.
-This could be due to a replay or a server clock time step.
-<br><dt>103<dd>(bad filestamp)
-The packet filestamp is the same or older than the most recent received.
-This could be due to a replay or a key file generation error.
-<br><dt>104<dd>(bad or missing public key)
-The public key is missing, has incorrect format or is an unsupported type.
-<br><dt>105<dd>(unsupported digest type)
-The server requires an unsupported digest/signature scheme.
-<br><dt>106<dd>(mismatched digest types)
-Not used.
-<br><dt>107<dd>(bad signature length)
-The signature length does not match the current public key.
-<br><dt>108<dd>(signature not verified)
-The message fails the signature check.
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt>101</dt>
+<dd><p>(bad field format or length)
+The packet has invalid version, length or format.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>102</dt>
+<dd><p>(bad timestamp)
+The packet timestamp is the same or older than the most recent received.
+This could be due to a replay or a server clock time step.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>103</dt>
+<dd><p>(bad filestamp)
+The packet filestamp is the same or older than the most recent received.
+This could be due to a replay or a key file generation error.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>104</dt>
+<dd><p>(bad or missing public key)
+The public key is missing, has incorrect format or is an unsupported type.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>105</dt>
+<dd><p>(unsupported digest type)
+The server requires an unsupported digest/signature scheme.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>106</dt>
+<dd><p>(mismatched digest types)
+Not used.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>107</dt>
+<dd><p>(bad signature length)
+The signature length does not match the current public key.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>108</dt>
+<dd><p>(signature not verified)
+The message fails the signature check.
It could be bogus or signed by a
-different private key.
-<br><dt>109<dd>(certificate not verified)
-The certificate is invalid or signed with the wrong key.
-<br><dt>110<dd>(certificate not verified)
+different private key.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>109</dt>
+<dd><p>(certificate not verified)
+The certificate is invalid or signed with the wrong key.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>110</dt>
+<dd><p>(certificate not verified)
The certificate is not yet valid or has expired or the signature could not
-be verified.
-<br><dt>111<dd>(bad or missing cookie)
-The cookie is missing, corrupted or bogus.
-<br><dt>112<dd>(bad or missing leapseconds table)
-The leapseconds table is missing, corrupted or bogus.
-<br><dt>113<dd>(bad or missing certificate)
-The certificate is missing, corrupted or bogus.
-<br><dt>114<dd>(bad or missing identity)
-The identity key is missing, corrupt or bogus.
+be verified.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>111</dt>
+<dd><p>(bad or missing cookie)
+The cookie is missing, corrupted or bogus.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>112</dt>
+<dd><p>(bad or missing leapseconds table)
+The leapseconds table is missing, corrupted or bogus.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>113</dt>
+<dd><p>(bad or missing certificate)
+The certificate is missing, corrupted or bogus.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>114</dt>
+<dd><p>(bad or missing identity)
+The identity key is missing, corrupt or bogus.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
- <div class="node">
-<p><hr>
+<hr>
<a name="Monitoring-Support"></a>
-<br>
+<div class="header">
+<p>
+Next: <a href="#Access-Control-Support" accesskey="n" rel="next">Access Control Support</a>, Previous: <a href="#Authentication-Support" accesskey="p" rel="prev">Authentication Support</a>, Up: <a href="#ntp_002econf-Notes" accesskey="u" rel="up">ntp.conf Notes</a> &nbsp; </p>
</div>
-
-<h4 class="subsection">Monitoring Support</h4>
-
+<a name="Monitoring-Support-1"></a>
+<h4 class="subsection">1.1.3 Monitoring Support</h4>
<p><code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
includes a comprehensive monitoring facility suitable
for continuous, long term recording of server and client
-timekeeping performance.
+timekeeping performance.
See the
<code>statistics</code>
command below
for a listing and example of each type of statistics currently
-supported.
+supported.
Statistic files are managed using file generation sets
and scripts in the
-<span class="file">./scripts</span>
-directory of the source code distribution.
+<samp>./scripts</samp>
+directory of the source code distribution.
Using
these facilities and
-<span class="sc">unix</span>
+<small>UNIX</small>
<code>cron(8)</code>
jobs, the data can be
automatically summarized and archived for retrospective analysis.
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Monitoring Commands</h5>
-
- <dl>
-<dt><code>statistics</code> <kbd>name</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd><dd>Enables writing of statistics records.
+</p><a name="Monitoring-Commands"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.3.1 Monitoring Commands</h4>
+<dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>statistics</code> <kbd>name</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables writing of statistics records.
Currently, eight kinds of
<kbd>name</kbd>
statistics are supported.
- <dl>
-<dt><code>clockstats</code><dd>Enables recording of clock driver statistics information.
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>clockstats</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables recording of clock driver statistics information.
Each update
received from a clock driver appends a line of the following form to
the file generation set named
<code>clockstats</code>:
-<pre class="verbatim">
- 49213 525.624 127.127.4.1 93 226 00:08:29.606 D
- </pre>
-
- <p>The first two fields show the date (Modified Julian Day) and time
-(seconds and fraction past UTC midnight).
+</p><pre class="verbatim">49213 525.624 127.127.4.1 93 226 00:08:29.606 D
+</pre>
+<p>The first two fields show the date (Modified Julian Day) and time
+(seconds and fraction past UTC midnight).
The next field shows the
-clock address in dotted-quad notation.
+clock address in dotted-quad notation.
The final field shows the last
timecode received from the clock in decoded ASCII format, where
-meaningful.
+meaningful.
In some clock drivers a good deal of additional information
-can be gathered and displayed as well.
+can be gathered and displayed as well.
See information specific to each
-clock for further details.
-<br><dt><code>cryptostats</code><dd>This option requires the OpenSSL cryptographic software library.
+clock for further details.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>cryptostats</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This option requires the OpenSSL cryptographic software library.
It
-enables recording of cryptographic public key protocol information.
+enables recording of cryptographic public key protocol information.
Each message received by the protocol module appends a line of the
following form to the file generation set named
<code>cryptostats</code>:
-<pre class="verbatim">
- 49213 525.624 127.127.4.1 message
- </pre>
-
- <p>The first two fields show the date (Modified Julian Day) and time
-(seconds and fraction past UTC midnight).
+</p><pre class="verbatim">49213 525.624 127.127.4.1 message
+</pre>
+<p>The first two fields show the date (Modified Julian Day) and time
+(seconds and fraction past UTC midnight).
The next field shows the peer
address in dotted-quad notation, The final message field includes the
-message type and certain ancillary information.
+message type and certain ancillary information.
See the
-<a href="#Authentication-Options">Authentication Options</a>
-section for further information.
-<br><dt><code>loopstats</code><dd>Enables recording of loop filter statistics information.
+&lsquo;Authentication Options&rsquo;
+section for further information.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>loopstats</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables recording of loop filter statistics information.
Each
update of the local clock outputs a line of the following form to
the file generation set named
<code>loopstats</code>:
-<pre class="verbatim">
- 50935 75440.031 0.000006019 13.778190 0.000351733 0.0133806
- </pre>
-
- <p>The first two fields show the date (Modified Julian Day) and
-time (seconds and fraction past UTC midnight).
+</p><pre class="verbatim">50935 75440.031 0.000006019 13.778190 0.000351733 0.0133806
+</pre>
+<p>The first two fields show the date (Modified Julian Day) and
+time (seconds and fraction past UTC midnight).
The next five fields
show time offset (seconds), frequency offset (parts per million -
PPM), RMS jitter (seconds), Allan deviation (PPM) and clock
-discipline time constant.
-<br><dt><code>peerstats</code><dd>Enables recording of peer statistics information.
+discipline time constant.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>peerstats</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables recording of peer statistics information.
This includes
statistics records of all peers of a NTP server and of special
-signals, where present and configured.
+signals, where present and configured.
Each valid update appends a
line of the following form to the current element of a file
generation set named
<code>peerstats</code>:
-<pre class="verbatim">
- 48773 10847.650 127.127.4.1 9714 -0.001605376 0.000000000 0.001424877 0.000958674
- </pre>
-
- <p>The first two fields show the date (Modified Julian Day) and
-time (seconds and fraction past UTC midnight).
+</p><pre class="verbatim">48773 10847.650 127.127.4.1 9714 -0.001605376 0.000000000 0.001424877 0.000958674
+</pre>
+<p>The first two fields show the date (Modified Julian Day) and
+time (seconds and fraction past UTC midnight).
The next two fields
show the peer address in dotted-quad notation and status,
-respectively.
+respectively.
The status field is encoded in hex in the format
-described in Appendix A of the NTP specification RFC 1305.
+described in Appendix A of the NTP specification RFC 1305.
The final four fields show the offset,
-delay, dispersion and RMS jitter, all in seconds.
-<br><dt><code>rawstats</code><dd>Enables recording of raw-timestamp statistics information.
+delay, dispersion and RMS jitter, all in seconds.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>rawstats</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables recording of raw-timestamp statistics information.
This
includes statistics records of all peers of a NTP server and of
-special signals, where present and configured.
+special signals, where present and configured.
Each NTP message
received from a peer or clock driver appends a line of the
following form to the file generation set named
<code>rawstats</code>:
-<pre class="verbatim">
- 50928 2132.543 128.4.1.1 128.4.1.20 3102453281.584327000 3102453281.58622800031 02453332.540806000 3102453332.541458000
- </pre>
-
- <p>The first two fields show the date (Modified Julian Day) and
-time (seconds and fraction past UTC midnight).
+</p><pre class="verbatim">50928 2132.543 128.4.1.1 128.4.1.20 3102453281.584327000 3102453281.58622800031 02453332.540806000 3102453332.541458000
+</pre>
+<p>The first two fields show the date (Modified Julian Day) and
+time (seconds and fraction past UTC midnight).
The next two fields
show the remote peer or clock address followed by the local address
-in dotted-quad notation.
+in dotted-quad notation.
The final four fields show the originate,
-receive, transmit and final NTP timestamps in order.
+receive, transmit and final NTP timestamps in order.
The timestamp
values are as received and before processing by the various data
-smoothing and mitigation algorithms.
-<br><dt><code>sysstats</code><dd>Enables recording of ntpd statistics counters on a periodic basis.
+smoothing and mitigation algorithms.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>sysstats</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables recording of ntpd statistics counters on a periodic basis.
Each
hour a line of the following form is appended to the file generation
set named
<code>sysstats</code>:
-<pre class="verbatim">
- 50928 2132.543 36000 81965 0 9546 56 71793 512 540 10 147
- </pre>
-
- <p>The first two fields show the date (Modified Julian Day) and time
-(seconds and fraction past UTC midnight).
+</p><pre class="verbatim">50928 2132.543 36000 81965 0 9546 56 71793 512 540 10 147
+</pre>
+<p>The first two fields show the date (Modified Julian Day) and time
+(seconds and fraction past UTC midnight).
The remaining ten fields show
the statistics counter values accumulated since the last generated
line.
- <dl>
-<dt>Time since restart <code>36000</code><dd>Time in hours since the system was last rebooted.
-<br><dt>Packets received <code>81965</code><dd>Total number of packets received.
-<br><dt>Packets processed <code>0</code><dd>Number of packets received in response to previous packets sent
-<br><dt>Current version <code>9546</code><dd>Number of packets matching the current NTP version.
-<br><dt>Previous version <code>56</code><dd>Number of packets matching the previous NTP version.
-<br><dt>Bad version <code>71793</code><dd>Number of packets matching neither NTP version.
-<br><dt>Access denied <code>512</code><dd>Number of packets denied access for any reason.
-<br><dt>Bad length or format <code>540</code><dd>Number of packets with invalid length, format or port number.
-<br><dt>Bad authentication <code>10</code><dd>Number of packets not verified as authentic.
-<br><dt>Rate exceeded <code>147</code><dd>Number of packets discarded due to rate limitation.
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt>Time since restart <code>36000</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Time in hours since the system was last rebooted.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>Packets received <code>81965</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Total number of packets received.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>Packets processed <code>0</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Number of packets received in response to previous packets sent
+</p></dd>
+<dt>Current version <code>9546</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Number of packets matching the current NTP version.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>Previous version <code>56</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Number of packets matching the previous NTP version.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>Bad version <code>71793</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Number of packets matching neither NTP version.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>Access denied <code>512</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Number of packets denied access for any reason.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>Bad length or format <code>540</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Number of packets with invalid length, format or port number.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>Bad authentication <code>10</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Number of packets not verified as authentic.
+</p></dd>
+<dt>Rate exceeded <code>147</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Number of packets discarded due to rate limitation.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
- <br><dt><code>statsdir</code> <kbd>directory_path</kbd><dd>Indicates the full path of a directory where statistics files
-should be created (see below).
+</dd>
+<dt><code>statsdir</code> <kbd>directory_path</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Indicates the full path of a directory where statistics files
+should be created (see below).
This keyword allows
the (otherwise constant)
<code>filegen</code>
filename prefix to be modified for file generation sets, which
-is useful for handling statistics logs.
-<br><dt><code>filegen</code> <kbd>name</kbd> <code>[file </code><kbd>filename</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[type </code><kbd>typename</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[link | nolink]</code> <code>[enable | disable]</code><dd>Configures setting of generation file set name.
+is useful for handling statistics logs.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>filegen</code> <kbd>name</kbd> <code>[<code>file</code> <kbd>filename</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>type</code> <kbd>typename</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>link</code> | <code>nolink</code>]</code> <code>[<code>enable</code> | <code>disable</code>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Configures setting of generation file set name.
Generation
file sets provide a means for handling files that are
-continuously growing during the lifetime of a server.
-Server statistics are a typical example for such files.
+continuously growing during the lifetime of a server.
+Server statistics are a typical example for such files.
Generation file sets provide access to a set of files used
-to store the actual data.
+to store the actual data.
At any time at most one element
-of the set is being written to.
+of the set is being written to.
The type given specifies
-when and how data will be directed to a new element of the set.
+when and how data will be directed to a new element of the set.
This way, information stored in elements of a file set
that are currently unused are available for administrational
-operations without the risk of disturbing the operation of ntpd.
+operations without the risk of disturbing the operation of ntpd.
(Most important: they can be removed to free space for new data
produced.)
-
- <p>Note that this command can be sent from the
+</p>
+<p>Note that this command can be sent from the
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
program running at a remote location.
- <dl>
-<dt><code>name</code><dd>This is the type of the statistics records, as shown in the
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>name</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This is the type of the statistics records, as shown in the
<code>statistics</code>
-command.
-<br><dt><code>file</code> <kbd>filename</kbd><dd>This is the file name for the statistics records.
+command.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>file</code> <kbd>filename</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This is the file name for the statistics records.
Filenames of set
members are built from three concatenated elements
<code>prefix</code>,
<code>filename</code>
and
<code>suffix</code>:
- <dl>
-<dt><code>prefix</code><dd>This is a constant filename path.
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>prefix</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This is a constant filename path.
It is not subject to
modifications via the
<kbd>filegen</kbd>
-option.
+option.
It is defined by the
-server, usually specified as a compile-time constant.
+server, usually specified as a compile-time constant.
It may,
however, be configurable for individual file generation sets
-via other commands.
+via other commands.
For example, the prefix used with
<kbd>loopstats</kbd>
and
<kbd>peerstats</kbd>
generation can be configured using the
<kbd>statsdir</kbd>
-option explained above.
-<br><dt><code>filename</code><dd>This string is directly concatenated to the prefix mentioned
+option explained above.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>filename</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This string is directly concatenated to the prefix mentioned
above (no intervening
-/).
+&lsquo;/&rsquo;).
This can be modified using
the file argument to the
<kbd>filegen</kbd>
-statement.
+statement.
No
-<span class="file">..</span>
+<samp>..</samp>
elements are
allowed in this component to prevent filenames referring to
parts outside the filesystem hierarchy denoted by
-<kbd>prefix</kbd>.
-<br><dt><code>suffix</code><dd>This part is reflects individual elements of a file set.
+<kbd>prefix</kbd>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>suffix</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This part is reflects individual elements of a file set.
It is
-generated according to the type of a file set.
+generated according to the type of a file set.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
- <br><dt><code>type</code> <kbd>typename</kbd><dd>A file generation set is characterized by its type.
+</dd>
+<dt><code>type</code> <kbd>typename</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>A file generation set is characterized by its type.
The following
types are supported:
- <dl>
-<dt><code>none</code><dd>The file set is actually a single plain file.
-<br><dt><code>pid</code><dd>One element of file set is used per incarnation of a ntpd
-server.
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>none</code></dt>
+<dd><p>The file set is actually a single plain file.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>pid</code></dt>
+<dd><p>One element of file set is used per incarnation of a ntpd
+server.
This type does not perform any changes to file set
members during runtime, however it provides an easy way of
separating files belonging to different
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
-server incarnations.
+server incarnations.
The set member filename is built by appending a
-.
+&lsquo;.&rsquo;
to concatenated
<kbd>prefix</kbd>
and
@@ -1275,399 +1480,445 @@ and
strings, and
appending the decimal representation of the process ID of the
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
-server process.
-<br><dt><code>day</code><dd>One file generation set element is created per day.
+server process.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>day</code></dt>
+<dd><p>One file generation set element is created per day.
A day is
-defined as the period between 00:00 and 24:00 UTC.
+defined as the period between 00:00 and 24:00 UTC.
The file set
member suffix consists of a
-.
+&lsquo;.&rsquo;
and a day specification in
the form
-<code>YYYYMMdd</code>.
+<code>YYYYMMdd</code>.
<code>YYYY</code>
-is a 4-digit year number (e.g., 1992).
+is a 4-digit year number (e.g., 1992).
<code>MM</code>
-is a two digit month number.
+is a two digit month number.
<code>dd</code>
-is a two digit day number.
+is a two digit day number.
Thus, all information written at 10 December 1992 would end up
in a file named
<kbd>prefix</kbd>
-<kbd>filename</kbd>.19921210.
-<br><dt><code>week</code><dd>Any file set member contains data related to a certain week of
-a year.
+<kbd>filename</kbd>.19921210.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>week</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Any file set member contains data related to a certain week of
+a year.
The term week is defined by computing day-of-year
-modulo 7.
+modulo 7.
Elements of such a file generation set are
distinguished by appending the following suffix to the file set
filename base: A dot, a 4-digit year number, the letter
<code>W</code>,
-and a 2-digit week number.
+and a 2-digit week number.
For example, information from January,
10th 1992 would end up in a file with suffix
-.No . Ns Ar 1992W1 .
-<br><dt><code>month</code><dd>One generation file set element is generated per month.
+.No . Ns Ar 1992W1 .
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>month</code></dt>
+<dd><p>One generation file set element is generated per month.
The
file name suffix consists of a dot, a 4-digit year number, and
-a 2-digit month.
-<br><dt><code>year</code><dd>One generation file element is generated per year.
+a 2-digit month.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>year</code></dt>
+<dd><p>One generation file element is generated per year.
The filename
-suffix consists of a dot and a 4 digit year number.
-<br><dt><code>age</code><dd>This type of file generation sets changes to a new element of
-the file set every 24 hours of server operation.
+suffix consists of a dot and a 4 digit year number.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>age</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This type of file generation sets changes to a new element of
+the file set every 24 hours of server operation.
The filename
suffix consists of a dot, the letter
<code>a</code>,
-and an 8-digit number.
+and an 8-digit number.
This number is taken to be the number of seconds the server is
-running at the start of the corresponding 24-hour period.
+running at the start of the corresponding 24-hour period.
Information is only written to a file generation by specifying
<code>enable</code>;
output is prevented by specifying
-<code>disable</code>.
+<code>disable</code>.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
- <br><dt><code>link</code> | <code>nolink</code><dd>It is convenient to be able to access the current element of a file
-generation set by a fixed name.
+</dd>
+<dt><code>link</code> | <code>nolink</code></dt>
+<dd><p>It is convenient to be able to access the current element of a file
+generation set by a fixed name.
This feature is enabled by
specifying
<code>link</code>
and disabled using
-<code>nolink</code>.
+<code>nolink</code>.
If link is specified, a
hard link from the current file set element to a file without
-suffix is created.
+suffix is created.
When there is already a file with this name and
the number of links of this file is one, it is renamed appending a
dot, the letter
<code>C</code>,
and the pid of the
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
-server process.
+server process.
When the
-number of links is greater than one, the file is unlinked.
+number of links is greater than one, the file is unlinked.
This
-allows the current file to be accessed by a constant name.
-<br><dt><code>enable</code> <code>|</code> <code>disable</code><dd>Enables or disables the recording function.
+allows the current file to be accessed by a constant name.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>enable</code> <code>|</code> <code>disable</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables or disables the recording function.
+</p></dd>
+</dl>
+</dd>
+</dl>
+</dd>
</dl>
- </dl>
- </dl>
-<div class="node">
-<p><hr>
+<hr>
<a name="Access-Control-Support"></a>
-<br>
+<div class="header">
+<p>
+Next: <a href="#Automatic-NTP-Configuration-Options" accesskey="n" rel="next">Automatic NTP Configuration Options</a>, Previous: <a href="#Monitoring-Support" accesskey="p" rel="prev">Monitoring Support</a>, Up: <a href="#ntp_002econf-Notes" accesskey="u" rel="up">ntp.conf Notes</a> &nbsp; </p>
</div>
-
-<h4 class="subsection">Access Control Support</h4>
-
+<a name="Access-Control-Support-1"></a>
+<h4 class="subsection">1.1.4 Access Control Support</h4>
<p>The
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
daemon implements a general purpose address/mask based restriction
-list.
+list.
The list contains address/match entries sorted first
-by increasing address values and and then by increasing mask values.
+by increasing address values and and then by increasing mask values.
A match occurs when the bitwise AND of the mask and the packet
source address is equal to the bitwise AND of the mask and
-address in the list.
+address in the list.
The list is searched in order with the
last match found defining the restriction flags associated
-with the entry.
+with the entry.
Additional information and examples can be found in the
-"Notes on Configuring NTP and Setting up a NTP Subnet"
+&quot;Notes on Configuring NTP and Setting up a NTP Subnet&quot;
page
(available as part of the HTML documentation
provided in
-<span class="file">/usr/share/doc/ntp</span>).
-
- <p>The restriction facility was implemented in conformance
+<samp>/usr/share/doc/ntp</samp>).
+</p>
+<p>The restriction facility was implemented in conformance
with the access policies for the original NSFnet backbone
-time servers.
+time servers.
Later the facility was expanded to deflect
-cryptographic and clogging attacks.
+cryptographic and clogging attacks.
While this facility may
be useful for keeping unwanted or broken or malicious clients
from congesting innocent servers, it should not be considered
-an alternative to the NTP authentication facilities.
+an alternative to the NTP authentication facilities.
Source address based restrictions are easily circumvented
by a determined cracker.
-
- <p>Clients can be denied service because they are explicitly
+</p>
+<p>Clients can be denied service because they are explicitly
included in the restrict list created by the
<code>restrict</code>
command
or implicitly as the result of cryptographic or rate limit
-violations.
+violations.
Cryptographic violations include certificate
or identity verification failure; rate limit violations generally
result from defective NTP implementations that send packets
-at abusive rates.
+at abusive rates.
Some violations cause denied service
only for the offending packet, others cause denied service
for a timed period and others cause the denied service for
-an indefinite period.
+an indefinite period.
When a client or network is denied access
for an indefinite period, the only way at present to remove
the restrictions is by restarting the server.
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">The Kiss-of-Death Packet</h5>
-
+</p><a name="The-Kiss_002dof_002dDeath-Packet"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.4.1 The Kiss-of-Death Packet</h4>
<p>Ordinarily, packets denied service are simply dropped with no
-further action except incrementing statistics counters.
+further action except incrementing statistics counters.
Sometimes a
more proactive response is needed, such as a server message that
explicitly requests the client to stop sending and leave a message
-for the system operator.
+for the system operator.
A special packet format has been created
-for this purpose called the "kiss-of-death" (KoD) packet.
+for this purpose called the &quot;kiss-of-death&quot; (KoD) packet.
KoD packets have the leap bits set unsynchronized and stratum set
to zero and the reference identifier field set to a four-byte
-ASCII code.
+ASCII code.
If the
<code>noserve</code>
or
<code>notrust</code>
flag of the matching restrict list entry is set,
-the code is "DENY"; if the
+the code is &quot;DENY&quot;; if the
<code>limited</code>
flag is set and the rate limit
-is exceeded, the code is "RATE".
-Finally, if a cryptographic violation occurs, the code is "CRYP".
-
- <p>A client receiving a KoD performs a set of sanity checks to
+is exceeded, the code is &quot;RATE&quot;.
+Finally, if a cryptographic violation occurs, the code is &quot;CRYP&quot;.
+</p>
+<p>A client receiving a KoD performs a set of sanity checks to
minimize security exposure, then updates the stratum and
reference identifier peer variables, sets the access
denied (TEST4) bit in the peer flash variable and sends
-a message to the log.
+a message to the log.
As long as the TEST4 bit is set,
-the client will send no further packets to the server.
+the client will send no further packets to the server.
The only way at present to recover from this condition is
-to restart the protocol at both the client and server.
+to restart the protocol at both the client and server.
This
-happens automatically at the client when the association times out.
+happens automatically at the client when the association times out.
It will happen at the server only if the server operator cooperates.
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Access Control Commands</h5>
-
- <dl>
-<dt><code>discard</code> <code>[average </code><kbd>avg</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[minimum </code><kbd>min</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[monitor </code><kbd>prob</kbd><code>]</code><dd>Set the parameters of the
+</p><a name="Access-Control-Commands"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.4.2 Access Control Commands</h4>
+<dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>discard</code> <code>[<code>average</code> <kbd>avg</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>minimum</code> <kbd>min</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>monitor</code> <kbd>prob</kbd>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Set the parameters of the
<code>limited</code>
facility which protects the server from
-client abuse.
+client abuse.
The
<code>average</code>
subcommand specifies the minimum average packet
spacing, while the
<code>minimum</code>
-subcommand specifies the minimum packet spacing.
+subcommand specifies the minimum packet spacing.
Packets that violate these minima are discarded
-and a kiss-o'-death packet returned if enabled.
+and a kiss-o&rsquo;-death packet returned if enabled.
The default
-minimum average and minimum are 5 and 2, respectively.
+minimum average and minimum are 5 and 2, respectively.
The
<code>monitor</code>
subcommand specifies the probability of discard
-for packets that overflow the rate-control window.
-<br><dt><code>restrict</code> <code>address</code> <code>[mask </code><kbd>mask</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[ippeerlimit </code><kbd>int</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[</code><kbd>flag</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd><code>]</code><dd>The
+for packets that overflow the rate-control window.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>restrict</code> <code>address</code> <code>[<code>mask</code> <kbd>mask</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>ippeerlimit</code> <kbd>int</kbd>]</code> <code>[<kbd>flag</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>The
<kbd>address</kbd>
argument expressed in
-dotted-quad form is the address of a host or network.
+dotted-quad form is the address of a host or network.
Alternatively, the
<kbd>address</kbd>
-argument can be a valid host DNS name.
+argument can be a valid host DNS name.
The
<kbd>mask</kbd>
argument expressed in dotted-quad form defaults to
<code>255.255.255.255</code>,
meaning that the
<kbd>address</kbd>
-is treated as the address of an individual host.
+is treated as the address of an individual host.
A default entry (address
<code>0.0.0.0</code>,
mask
<code>0.0.0.0</code>)
-is always included and is always the first entry in the list.
+is always included and is always the first entry in the list.
Note that text string
<code>default</code>,
with no mask option, may
-be used to indicate the default entry.
+be used to indicate the default entry.
The
<code>ippeerlimit</code>
directive limits the number of peer requests for each IP to
<kbd>int</kbd>,
-where a value of -1 means "unlimited", the current default.
-A value of 0 means "none".
+where a value of -1 means &quot;unlimited&quot;, the current default.
+A value of 0 means &quot;none&quot;.
There would usually be at most 1 peering request per IP,
but if the remote peering requests are behind a proxy
-there could well be more than 1 per IP.
+there could well be more than 1 per IP.
In the current implementation,
<code>flag</code>
always
restricts access, i.e., an entry with no flags indicates that free
-access to the server is to be given.
+access to the server is to be given.
The flags are not orthogonal,
in that more restrictive flags will often make less restrictive
-ones redundant.
+ones redundant.
The flags can generally be classed into two
categories, those which restrict time service and those which
restrict informational queries and attempts to do run-time
-reconfiguration of the server.
+reconfiguration of the server.
One or more of the following flags
may be specified:
- <dl>
-<dt><code>ignore</code><dd>Deny packets of all kinds, including
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>ignore</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Deny packets of all kinds, including
<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>
and
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
-queries.
-<br><dt><code>kod</code><dd>If this flag is set when an access violation occurs, a kiss-o'-death
-(KoD) packet is sent.
+queries.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>kod</code></dt>
+<dd><p>If this flag is set when an access violation occurs, a kiss-o&rsquo;-death
+(KoD) packet is sent.
KoD packets are rate limited to no more than one
-per second.
+per second.
If another KoD packet occurs within one second after the
-last one, the packet is dropped.
-<br><dt><code>limited</code><dd>Deny service if the packet spacing violates the lower limits specified
+last one, the packet is dropped.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>limited</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Deny service if the packet spacing violates the lower limits specified
in the
<code>discard</code>
-command.
+command.
A history of clients is kept using the
monitoring capability of
-<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>.
+<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>.
Thus, monitoring is always active as
long as there is a restriction entry with the
<code>limited</code>
-flag.
-<br><dt><code>lowpriotrap</code><dd>Declare traps set by matching hosts to be low priority.
+flag.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>lowpriotrap</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Declare traps set by matching hosts to be low priority.
The
number of traps a server can maintain is limited (the current limit
-is 3).
+is 3).
Traps are usually assigned on a first come, first served
-basis, with later trap requestors being denied service.
+basis, with later trap requestors being denied service.
This flag
modifies the assignment algorithm by allowing low priority traps to
-be overridden by later requests for normal priority traps.
-<br><dt><code>noepeer</code><dd>Deny ephemeral peer requests,
-even if they come from an authenticated source.
+be overridden by later requests for normal priority traps.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>noepeer</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Deny ephemeral peer requests,
+even if they come from an authenticated source.
Note that the ability to use a symmetric key for authentication may be restricted to
one or more IPs or subnets via the third field of the
-<span class="file">ntp.keys</span>
-file.
+<samp>ntp.keys</samp>
+file.
This restriction is not enabled by default,
-to maintain backward compatability.
+to maintain backward compatability.
Expect
<code>noepeer</code>
-to become the default in ntp-4.4.
-<br><dt><code>nomodify</code><dd>Deny
+to become the default in ntp-4.4.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>nomodify</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Deny
<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>
and
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
queries which attempt to modify the state of the
-server (i.e., run time reconfiguration).
+server (i.e., run time reconfiguration).
Queries which return
-information are permitted.
-<br><dt><code>noquery</code><dd>Deny
+information are permitted.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>noquery</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Deny
<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>
and
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
-queries.
-Time service is not affected.
-<br><dt><code>nopeer</code><dd>Deny unauthenticated packets which would result in mobilizing a new association.
+queries.
+Time service is not affected.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>nopeer</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Deny unauthenticated packets which would result in mobilizing a new association.
This includes
broadcast and symmetric active packets
-when a configured association does not exist.
+when a configured association does not exist.
It also includes
<code>pool</code>
-associations, so if you want to use servers from a
+associations, so if you want to use servers from a
<code>pool</code>
directive and also want to use
<code>nopeer</code>
-by default, you'll want a
+by default, you&rsquo;ll want a
<code>restrict source ...</code>
line as well that does
<em>not</em>
include the
<code>nopeer</code>
-directive.
-<br><dt><code>noserve</code><dd>Deny all packets except
+directive.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>noserve</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Deny all packets except
<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>
and
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
-queries.
-<br><dt><code>notrap</code><dd>Decline to provide mode 6 control message trap service to matching
-hosts.
+queries.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>notrap</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Decline to provide mode 6 control message trap service to matching
+hosts.
The trap service is a subsystem of the
<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>
control message
-protocol which is intended for use by remote event logging programs.
-<br><dt><code>notrust</code><dd>Deny service unless the packet is cryptographically authenticated.
-<br><dt><code>ntpport</code><dd>This is actually a match algorithm modifier, rather than a
-restriction flag.
+protocol which is intended for use by remote event logging programs.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>notrust</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Deny service unless the packet is cryptographically authenticated.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>ntpport</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This is actually a match algorithm modifier, rather than a
+restriction flag.
Its presence causes the restriction entry to be
matched only if the source port in the packet is the standard NTP
-UDP port (123).
+UDP port (123).
Both
<code>ntpport</code>
and
<code>non-ntpport</code>
may
-be specified.
+be specified.
The
<code>ntpport</code>
is considered more specific and
-is sorted later in the list.
-<br><dt><code>version</code><dd>Deny packets that do not match the current NTP version.
+is sorted later in the list.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>version</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Deny packets that do not match the current NTP version.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
- <p>Default restriction list entries with the flags ignore, interface,
-ntpport, for each of the local host's interface addresses are
+<p>Default restriction list entries with the flags ignore, interface,
+ntpport, for each of the local host&rsquo;s interface addresses are
inserted into the table at startup to prevent the server
-from attempting to synchronize to its own time.
+from attempting to synchronize to its own time.
A default entry is also always present, though if it is
otherwise unconfigured; no flags are associated
with the default entry (i.e., everything besides your own
-NTP server is unrestricted).
+NTP server is unrestricted).
+</p></dd>
</dl>
-<div class="node">
-<p><hr>
+<hr>
<a name="Automatic-NTP-Configuration-Options"></a>
-<br>
+<div class="header">
+<p>
+Next: <a href="#Reference-Clock-Support" accesskey="n" rel="next">Reference Clock Support</a>, Previous: <a href="#Access-Control-Support" accesskey="p" rel="prev">Access Control Support</a>, Up: <a href="#ntp_002econf-Notes" accesskey="u" rel="up">ntp.conf Notes</a> &nbsp; </p>
</div>
-
-<h4 class="subsection">Automatic NTP Configuration Options</h4>
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Manycasting</h5>
-
+<a name="Automatic-NTP-Configuration-Options-1"></a>
+<h4 class="subsection">1.1.5 Automatic NTP Configuration Options</h4>
+<a name="Manycasting"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.5.1 Manycasting</h4>
<p>Manycasting is a automatic discovery and configuration paradigm
-new to NTPv4.
+new to NTPv4.
It is intended as a means for a multicast client
to troll the nearby network neighborhood to find cooperating
manycast servers, validate them using cryptographic means
and evaluate their time values with respect to other servers
-that might be lurking in the vicinity.
+that might be lurking in the vicinity.
The intended result is that each manycast client mobilizes
-client associations with some number of the "best"
+client associations with some number of the &quot;best&quot;
of the nearby manycast servers, yet automatically reconfigures
to sustain this number of servers should one or another fail.
-
- <p>Note that the manycasting paradigm does not coincide
+</p>
+<p>Note that the manycasting paradigm does not coincide
with the anycast paradigm described in RFC-1546,
which is designed to find a single server from a clique
-of servers providing the same service.
+of servers providing the same service.
The manycast paradigm is designed to find a plurality
of redundant servers satisfying defined optimality criteria.
-
- <p>Manycasting can be used with either symmetric key
-or public key cryptography.
+</p>
+<p>Manycasting can be used with either symmetric key
+or public key cryptography.
The public key infrastructure (PKI)
offers the best protection against compromised keys
and is generally considered stronger, at least with relatively
-large key sizes.
+large key sizes.
It is implemented using the Autokey protocol and
the OpenSSL cryptographic library available from
-<code>http://www.openssl.org/</code>.
+<code>http://www.openssl.org/</code>.
The library can also be used with other NTPv4 modes
as well and is highly recommended, especially for broadcast modes.
-
- <p>A persistent manycast client association is configured
+</p>
+<p>A persistent manycast client association is configured
using the
<code>manycastclient</code>
command, which is similar to the
@@ -1676,62 +1927,62 @@ command but with a multicast (IPv4 class
<code>D</code>
or IPv6 prefix
<code>FF</code>)
-group address.
+group address.
The IANA has designated IPv4 address 224.1.1.1
-and IPv6 address FF05::101 (site local) for NTP.
+and IPv6 address FF05::101 (site local) for NTP.
When more servers are needed, it broadcasts manycast
client messages to this address at the minimum feasible rate
and minimum feasible time-to-live (TTL) hops, depending
-on how many servers have already been found.
+on how many servers have already been found.
There can be as many manycast client associations
as different group address, each one serving as a template
for a future ephemeral unicast client/server association.
-
- <p>Manycast servers configured with the
+</p>
+<p>Manycast servers configured with the
<code>manycastserver</code>
command listen on the specified group address for manycast
-client messages.
+client messages.
Note the distinction between manycast client,
which actively broadcasts messages, and manycast server,
-which passively responds to them.
+which passively responds to them.
If a manycast server is
in scope of the current TTL and is itself synchronized
to a valid source and operating at a stratum level equal
to or lower than the manycast client, it replies to the
manycast client message with an ordinary unicast server message.
-
- <p>The manycast client receiving this message mobilizes
+</p>
+<p>The manycast client receiving this message mobilizes
an ephemeral client/server association according to the
matching manycast client template, but only if cryptographically
authenticated and the server stratum is less than or equal
-to the client stratum.
+to the client stratum.
Authentication is explicitly required
-and either symmetric key or public key (Autokey) can be used.
+and either symmetric key or public key (Autokey) can be used.
Then, the client polls the server at its unicast address
in burst mode in order to reliably set the host clock
-and validate the source.
+and validate the source.
This normally results
in a volley of eight client/server at 2-s intervals
during which both the synchronization and cryptographic
-protocols run concurrently.
+protocols run concurrently.
Following the volley,
the client runs the NTP intersection and clustering
-algorithms, which act to discard all but the "best"
+algorithms, which act to discard all but the &quot;best&quot;
associations according to stratum and synchronization
-distance.
+distance.
The surviving associations then continue
in ordinary client/server mode.
-
- <p>The manycast client polling strategy is designed to reduce
+</p>
+<p>The manycast client polling strategy is designed to reduce
as much as possible the volume of manycast client messages
and the effects of implosion due to near-simultaneous
-arrival of manycast server messages.
+arrival of manycast server messages.
The strategy is determined by the
<code>manycastclient</code>,
<code>tos</code>
and
<code>ttl</code>
-configuration commands.
+configuration commands.
The manycast poll interval is
normally eight times the system poll interval,
which starts out at the
@@ -1740,17 +1991,17 @@ value specified in the
<code>manycastclient</code>,
command and, under normal circumstances, increments to the
<code>maxpolll</code>
-value specified in this command.
+value specified in this command.
Initially, the TTL is
set at the minimum hops specified by the
<code>ttl</code>
-command.
+command.
At each retransmission the TTL is increased until reaching
the maximum hops specified by this command or a sufficient
-number client associations have been found.
+number client associations have been found.
Further retransmissions use the same TTL.
-
- <p>The quality and reliability of the suite of associations
+</p>
+<p>The quality and reliability of the suite of associations
discovered by the manycast client is determined by the NTP
mitigation algorithms and the
<code>minclock</code>
@@ -1758,66 +2009,66 @@ and
<code>minsane</code>
values specified in the
<code>tos</code>
-configuration command.
+configuration command.
At least
<code>minsane</code>
candidate servers must be available and the mitigation
algorithms produce at least
<code>minclock</code>
-survivors in order to synchronize the clock.
+survivors in order to synchronize the clock.
Byzantine agreement principles require at least four
-candidates in order to correctly discard a single falseticker.
+candidates in order to correctly discard a single falseticker.
For legacy purposes,
<code>minsane</code>
defaults to 1 and
<code>minclock</code>
-defaults to 3.
+defaults to 3.
For manycast service
<code>minsane</code>
should be explicitly set to 4, assuming at least that
number of servers are available.
-
- <p>If at least
+</p>
+<p>If at least
<code>minclock</code>
servers are found, the manycast poll interval is immediately
set to eight times
-<code>maxpoll</code>.
+<code>maxpoll</code>.
If less than
<code>minclock</code>
servers are found when the TTL has reached the maximum hops,
-the manycast poll interval is doubled.
+the manycast poll interval is doubled.
For each transmission
after that, the poll interval is doubled again until
reaching the maximum of eight times
-<code>maxpoll</code>.
+<code>maxpoll</code>.
Further transmissions use the same poll interval and
-TTL values.
+TTL values.
Note that while all this is going on,
each client/server association found is operating normally
it the system poll interval.
-
- <p>Administratively scoped multicast boundaries are normally
+</p>
+<p>Administratively scoped multicast boundaries are normally
specified by the network router configuration and,
-in the case of IPv6, the link/site scope prefix.
+in the case of IPv6, the link/site scope prefix.
By default, the increment for TTL hops is 32 starting
from 31; however, the
<code>ttl</code>
configuration command can be
used to modify the values to match the scope rules.
-
- <p>It is often useful to narrow the range of acceptable
-servers which can be found by manycast client associations.
+</p>
+<p>It is often useful to narrow the range of acceptable
+servers which can be found by manycast client associations.
Because manycast servers respond only when the client
stratum is equal to or greater than the server stratum,
primary (stratum 1) servers fill find only primary servers
-in TTL range, which is probably the most common objective.
+in TTL range, which is probably the most common objective.
However, unless configured otherwise, all manycast clients
in TTL range will eventually find all primary servers
in TTL range, which is probably not the most common
-objective in large networks.
+objective in large networks.
The
<code>tos</code>
-command can be used to modify this behavior.
+command can be used to modify this behavior.
Servers with stratum below
<code>floor</code>
or above
@@ -1829,270 +2080,283 @@ process; however, these servers may be temporally
accepted if the number of servers within TTL range is
less than
<code>minclock</code>.
-
- <p>The above actions occur for each manycast client message,
-which repeats at the designated poll interval.
+</p>
+<p>The above actions occur for each manycast client message,
+which repeats at the designated poll interval.
However, once the ephemeral client association is mobilized,
subsequent manycast server replies are discarded,
-since that would result in a duplicate association.
+since that would result in a duplicate association.
If during a poll interval the number of client associations
falls below
<code>minclock</code>,
all manycast client prototype associations are reset
to the initial poll interval and TTL hops and operation
-resumes from the beginning.
+resumes from the beginning.
It is important to avoid
frequent manycast client messages, since each one requires
-all manycast servers in TTL range to respond.
+all manycast servers in TTL range to respond.
The result could well be an implosion, either minor or major,
-depending on the number of servers in range.
+depending on the number of servers in range.
The recommended value for
<code>maxpoll</code>
is 12 (4,096 s).
-
- <p>It is possible and frequently useful to configure a host
-as both manycast client and manycast server.
+</p>
+<p>It is possible and frequently useful to configure a host
+as both manycast client and manycast server.
A number of hosts configured this way and sharing a common
group address will automatically organize themselves
in an optimum configuration based on stratum and
-synchronization distance.
+synchronization distance.
For example, consider an NTP
subnet of two primary servers and a hundred or more
-dependent clients.
+dependent clients.
With two exceptions, all servers
and clients have identical configuration files including both
<code>multicastclient</code>
and
<code>multicastserver</code>
commands using, for instance, multicast group address
-239.1.1.1.
+239.1.1.1.
The only exception is that each primary server
configuration file must include commands for the primary
reference source such as a GPS receiver.
-
- <p>The remaining configuration files for all secondary
+</p>
+<p>The remaining configuration files for all secondary
servers and clients have the same contents, except for the
<code>tos</code>
-command, which is specific for each stratum level.
+command, which is specific for each stratum level.
For stratum 1 and stratum 2 servers, that command is
-not necessary.
+not necessary.
For stratum 3 and above servers the
<code>floor</code>
-value is set to the intended stratum number.
+value is set to the intended stratum number.
Thus, all stratum 3 configuration files are identical,
all stratum 4 files are identical and so forth.
-
- <p>Once operations have stabilized in this scenario,
+</p>
+<p>Once operations have stabilized in this scenario,
the primary servers will find the primary reference source
and each other, since they both operate at the same
stratum (1), but not with any secondary server or client,
-since these operate at a higher stratum.
+since these operate at a higher stratum.
The secondary
-servers will find the servers at the same stratum level.
+servers will find the servers at the same stratum level.
If one of the primary servers loses its GPS receiver,
it will continue to operate as a client and other clients
will time out the corresponding association and
re-associate accordingly.
-
- <p>Some administrators prefer to avoid running
+</p>
+<p>Some administrators prefer to avoid running
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
continuously and run either
<code>sntp(1sntpmdoc)</code>
or
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
<code>-q</code>
-as a cron job.
+as a cron job.
In either case the servers must be
configured in advance and the program fails if none are
-available when the cron job runs.
+available when the cron job runs.
A really slick
application of manycast is with
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
-<code>-q</code>.
+<code>-q</code>.
The program wakes up, scans the local landscape looking
for the usual suspects, selects the best from among
-the rascals, sets the clock and then departs.
+the rascals, sets the clock and then departs.
Servers do not have to be configured in advance and
all clients throughout the network can have the same
configuration file.
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Manycast Interactions with Autokey</h5>
-
+</p><a name="Manycast-Interactions-with-Autokey"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.5.2 Manycast Interactions with Autokey</h4>
<p>Each time a manycast client sends a client mode packet
to a multicast group address, all manycast servers
in scope generate a reply including the host name
-and status word.
+and status word.
The manycast clients then run
the Autokey protocol, which collects and verifies
-all certificates involved.
+all certificates involved.
Following the burst interval
all but three survivors are cast off,
-but the certificates remain in the local cache.
+but the certificates remain in the local cache.
It often happens that several complete signing trails
from the client to the primary servers are collected in this way.
-
- <p>About once an hour or less often if the poll interval
-exceeds this, the client regenerates the Autokey key list.
-This is in general transparent in client/server mode.
+</p>
+<p>About once an hour or less often if the poll interval
+exceeds this, the client regenerates the Autokey key list.
+This is in general transparent in client/server mode.
However, about once per day the server private value
used to generate cookies is refreshed along with all
-manycast client associations.
+manycast client associations.
In this case all
-cryptographic values including certificates is refreshed.
+cryptographic values including certificates is refreshed.
If a new certificate has been generated since
the last refresh epoch, it will automatically revoke
all prior certificates that happen to be in the
-certificate cache.
+certificate cache.
At the same time, the manycast
scheme starts all over from the beginning and
the expanding ring shrinks to the minimum and increments
from there while collecting all servers in scope.
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Broadcast Options</h5>
-
- <dl>
-<dt><code>tos</code> <code>[bcpollbstep </code><kbd>gate</kbd><code>]</code><dd>This command provides a way to delay,
+</p><a name="Broadcast-Options"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.5.3 Broadcast Options</h4>
+<dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>tos</code> <code>[<code>bcpollbstep</code> <kbd>gate</kbd>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This command provides a way to delay,
by the specified number of broadcast poll intervals,
-believing backward time steps from a broadcast server.
-Broadcast time networks are expected to be trusted.
-In the event a broadcast server's time is stepped backwards,
+believing backward time steps from a broadcast server.
+Broadcast time networks are expected to be trusted.
+In the event a broadcast server&rsquo;s time is stepped backwards,
there is clear benefit to having the clients notice this change
-as soon as possible.
+as soon as possible.
Attacks such as replay attacks can happen, however,
and even though there are a number of protections built in to
-broadcast mode, attempts to perform a replay attack are possible.
+broadcast mode, attempts to perform a replay attack are possible.
This value defaults to 0, but can be changed
-to any number of poll intervals between 0 and 4.
+to any number of poll intervals between 0 and 4.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Manycast Options</h5>
-
- <dl>
-<dt><code>tos</code> <code>[ceiling </code><kbd>ceiling</kbd><code> | cohort { 0 | 1 } | floor </code><kbd>floor</kbd><code> | minclock </code><kbd>minclock</kbd><code> | minsane </code><kbd>minsane</kbd><code>]</code><dd>This command affects the clock selection and clustering
-algorithms.
+<a name="Manycast-Options"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.5.4 Manycast Options</h4>
+<dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>tos</code> <code>[<code>ceiling</code> <kbd>ceiling</kbd> | <code>cohort</code> <code>{</code> <code>0</code> | <code>1</code> <code>}</code> | <code>floor</code> <kbd>floor</kbd> | <code>minclock</code> <kbd>minclock</kbd> | <code>minsane</code> <kbd>minsane</kbd>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This command affects the clock selection and clustering
+algorithms.
It can be used to select the quality and
quantity of peers used to synchronize the system clock
-and is most useful in manycast mode.
+and is most useful in manycast mode.
The variables operate
as follows:
- <dl>
-<dt><code>ceiling</code> <kbd>ceiling</kbd><dd>Peers with strata above
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>ceiling</code> <kbd>ceiling</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Peers with strata above
<code>ceiling</code>
will be discarded if there are at least
<code>minclock</code>
-peers remaining.
+peers remaining.
This value defaults to 15, but can be changed
-to any number from 1 to 15.
-<br><dt><code>cohort</code> <code>{0 | 1}</code><dd>This is a binary flag which enables (0) or disables (1)
+to any number from 1 to 15.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>cohort</code> <code>{0 | 1}</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This is a binary flag which enables (0) or disables (1)
manycast server replies to manycast clients with the same
-stratum level.
+stratum level.
This is useful to reduce implosions where
large numbers of clients with the same stratum level
-are present.
-The default is to enable these replies.
-<br><dt><code>floor</code> <kbd>floor</kbd><dd>Peers with strata below
+are present.
+The default is to enable these replies.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>floor</code> <kbd>floor</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Peers with strata below
<code>floor</code>
will be discarded if there are at least
<code>minclock</code>
-peers remaining.
+peers remaining.
This value defaults to 1, but can be changed
-to any number from 1 to 15.
-<br><dt><code>minclock</code> <kbd>minclock</kbd><dd>The clustering algorithm repeatedly casts out outlier
+to any number from 1 to 15.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>minclock</code> <kbd>minclock</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>The clustering algorithm repeatedly casts out outlier
associations until no more than
<code>minclock</code>
-associations remain.
+associations remain.
This value defaults to 3,
but can be changed to any number from 1 to the number of
-configured sources.
-<br><dt><code>minsane</code> <kbd>minsane</kbd><dd>This is the minimum number of candidates available
+configured sources.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>minsane</code> <kbd>minsane</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This is the minimum number of candidates available
to the clock selection algorithm in order to produce
-one or more truechimers for the clustering algorithm.
+one or more truechimers for the clustering algorithm.
If fewer than this number are available, the clock is
-undisciplined and allowed to run free.
+undisciplined and allowed to run free.
The default is 1
-for legacy purposes.
+for legacy purposes.
However, according to principles of
Byzantine agreement,
<code>minsane</code>
should be at least 4 in order to detect and discard
-a single falseticker.
+a single falseticker.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
- <br><dt><code>ttl</code> <kbd>hop</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd><dd>This command specifies a list of TTL values in increasing
-order, up to 8 values can be specified.
+</dd>
+<dt><code>ttl</code> <kbd>hop</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This command specifies a list of TTL values in increasing
+order, up to 8 values can be specified.
In manycast mode these values are used in turn
-in an expanding-ring search.
+in an expanding-ring search.
The default is eight
-multiples of 32 starting at 31.
+multiples of 32 starting at 31.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
-<div class="node">
-<p><hr>
+<hr>
<a name="Reference-Clock-Support"></a>
-<br>
+<div class="header">
+<p>
+Next: <a href="#Miscellaneous-Options" accesskey="n" rel="next">Miscellaneous Options</a>, Previous: <a href="#Automatic-NTP-Configuration-Options" accesskey="p" rel="prev">Automatic NTP Configuration Options</a>, Up: <a href="#ntp_002econf-Notes" accesskey="u" rel="up">ntp.conf Notes</a> &nbsp; </p>
</div>
-
-<h4 class="subsection">Reference Clock Support</h4>
-
+<a name="Reference-Clock-Support-1"></a>
+<h4 class="subsection">1.1.6 Reference Clock Support</h4>
<p>The NTP Version 4 daemon supports some three dozen different radio,
satellite and modem reference clocks plus a special pseudo-clock
-used for backup or when no other clock source is available.
+used for backup or when no other clock source is available.
Detailed descriptions of individual device drivers and options can
be found in the
-"Reference Clock Drivers"
+&quot;Reference Clock Drivers&quot;
page
(available as part of the HTML documentation
provided in
-<span class="file">/usr/share/doc/ntp</span>).
+<samp>/usr/share/doc/ntp</samp>).
Additional information can be found in the pages linked
there, including the
-"Debugging Hints for Reference Clock Drivers"
+&quot;Debugging Hints for Reference Clock Drivers&quot;
and
-"How To Write a Reference Clock Driver"
+&quot;How To Write a Reference Clock Driver&quot;
pages
(available as part of the HTML documentation
provided in
-<span class="file">/usr/share/doc/ntp</span>).
+<samp>/usr/share/doc/ntp</samp>).
In addition, support for a PPS
signal is available as described in the
-"Pulse-per-second (PPS) Signal Interfacing"
+&quot;Pulse-per-second (PPS) Signal Interfacing&quot;
page
(available as part of the HTML documentation
provided in
-<span class="file">/usr/share/doc/ntp</span>).
+<samp>/usr/share/doc/ntp</samp>).
Many
drivers support special line discipline/streams modules which can
-significantly improve the accuracy using the driver.
+significantly improve the accuracy using the driver.
These are
described in the
-"Line Disciplines and Streams Drivers"
+&quot;Line Disciplines and Streams Drivers&quot;
page
(available as part of the HTML documentation
provided in
-<span class="file">/usr/share/doc/ntp</span>).
-
- <p>A reference clock will generally (though not always) be a radio
+<samp>/usr/share/doc/ntp</samp>).
+</p>
+<p>A reference clock will generally (though not always) be a radio
timecode receiver which is synchronized to a source of standard
time such as the services offered by the NRC in Canada and NIST and
-USNO in the US.
+USNO in the US.
The interface between the computer and the timecode
-receiver is device dependent, but is usually a serial port.
+receiver is device dependent, but is usually a serial port.
A
device driver specific to each reference clock must be selected and
compiled in the distribution; however, most common radio, satellite
-and modem clocks are included by default.
+and modem clocks are included by default.
Note that an attempt to
configure a reference clock when the driver has not been compiled
or the hardware port has not been appropriately configured results
in a scalding remark to the system log file, but is otherwise non
hazardous.
-
- <p>For the purposes of configuration,
+</p>
+<p>For the purposes of configuration,
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
treats
reference clocks in a manner analogous to normal NTP peers as much
-as possible.
+as possible.
Reference clocks are identified by a syntactically
correct but invalid IP address, in order to distinguish them from
-normal NTP peers.
+normal NTP peers.
Reference clock addresses are of the form
<code>127.127.</code><kbd>t</kbd>.<kbd>u</kbd>,
where
@@ -2101,199 +2365,222 @@ is an integer
denoting the clock type and
<kbd>u</kbd>
indicates the unit
-number in the range 0-3.
+number in the range 0-3.
While it may seem overkill, it is in fact
sometimes useful to configure multiple reference clocks of the same
type, in which case the unit numbers must be unique.
-
- <p>The
+</p>
+<p>The
<code>server</code>
command is used to configure a reference
clock, where the
<kbd>address</kbd>
argument in that command
-is the clock address.
+is the clock address.
The
<code>key</code>,
<code>version</code>
and
<code>ttl</code>
-options are not used for reference clock support.
+options are not used for reference clock support.
The
<code>mode</code>
option is added for reference clock support, as
-described below.
+described below.
The
<code>prefer</code>
option can be useful to
persuade the server to cherish a reference clock with somewhat more
-enthusiasm than other reference clocks or peers.
+enthusiasm than other reference clocks or peers.
Further
information on this option can be found in the
-"Mitigation Rules and the prefer Keyword"
+&quot;Mitigation Rules and the prefer Keyword&quot;
(available as part of the HTML documentation
provided in
-<span class="file">/usr/share/doc/ntp</span>)
-page.
+<samp>/usr/share/doc/ntp</samp>)
+page.
The
<code>minpoll</code>
and
<code>maxpoll</code>
options have
-meaning only for selected clock drivers.
+meaning only for selected clock drivers.
See the individual clock
driver document pages for additional information.
-
- <p>The
+</p>
+<p>The
<code>fudge</code>
command is used to provide additional
information for individual clock drivers and normally follows
immediately after the
<code>server</code>
-command.
+command.
The
<kbd>address</kbd>
-argument specifies the clock address.
+argument specifies the clock address.
The
<code>refid</code>
and
<code>stratum</code>
options can be used to
-override the defaults for the device.
+override the defaults for the device.
There are two optional
device-dependent time offsets and four flags that can be included
in the
<code>fudge</code>
command as well.
-
- <p>The stratum number of a reference clock is by default zero.
+</p>
+<p>The stratum number of a reference clock is by default zero.
Since the
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
daemon adds one to the stratum of each
peer, a primary server ordinarily displays an external stratum of
-one.
+one.
In order to provide engineered backups, it is often useful to
-specify the reference clock stratum as greater than zero.
+specify the reference clock stratum as greater than zero.
The
<code>stratum</code>
-option is used for this purpose.
+option is used for this purpose.
Also, in cases
involving both a reference clock and a pulse-per-second (PPS)
discipline signal, it is useful to specify the reference clock
-identifier as other than the default, depending on the driver.
+identifier as other than the default, depending on the driver.
The
<code>refid</code>
-option is used for this purpose.
+option is used for this purpose.
Except where noted,
these options apply to all clock drivers.
-
-<h5 class="subsubsection">Reference Clock Commands</h5>
-
- <dl>
-<dt><code>server</code> <code>127.127.</code><kbd>t</kbd>.<kbd>u</kbd> <code>[prefer]</code> <code>[mode </code><kbd>int</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[minpoll </code><kbd>int</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[maxpoll </code><kbd>int</kbd><code>]</code><dd>This command can be used to configure reference clocks in
-special ways.
+</p><a name="Reference-Clock-Commands"></a>
+<h4 class="subsubsection">1.1.6.1 Reference Clock Commands</h4>
+<dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>server</code> <code>127.127.</code><kbd>t</kbd>.<kbd>u</kbd> <code>[<code>prefer</code>]</code> <code>[<code>mode</code> <kbd>int</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>minpoll</code> <kbd>int</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>maxpoll</code> <kbd>int</kbd>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This command can be used to configure reference clocks in
+special ways.
The options are interpreted as follows:
- <dl>
-<dt><code>prefer</code><dd>Marks the reference clock as preferred.
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>prefer</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Marks the reference clock as preferred.
All other things being
equal, this host will be chosen for synchronization among a set of
-correctly operating hosts.
+correctly operating hosts.
See the
-"Mitigation Rules and the prefer Keyword"
+&quot;Mitigation Rules and the prefer Keyword&quot;
page
(available as part of the HTML documentation
provided in
-<span class="file">/usr/share/doc/ntp</span>)
-for further information.
-<br><dt><code>mode</code> <kbd>int</kbd><dd>Specifies a mode number which is interpreted in a
-device-specific fashion.
+<samp>/usr/share/doc/ntp</samp>)
+for further information.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>mode</code> <kbd>int</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies a mode number which is interpreted in a
+device-specific fashion.
For instance, it selects a dialing
protocol in the ACTS driver and a device subtype in the
parse
-drivers.
-<br><dt><code>minpoll</code> <kbd>int</kbd><br><dt><code>maxpoll</code> <kbd>int</kbd><dd>These options specify the minimum and maximum polling interval
+drivers.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>minpoll</code> <kbd>int</kbd></dt>
+<dt><code>maxpoll</code> <kbd>int</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>These options specify the minimum and maximum polling interval
for reference clock messages, as a power of 2 in seconds
For
most directly connected reference clocks, both
<code>minpoll</code>
and
<code>maxpoll</code>
-default to 6 (64 s).
+default to 6 (64 s).
For modem reference clocks,
<code>minpoll</code>
defaults to 10 (17.1 m) and
<code>maxpoll</code>
-defaults to 14 (4.5 h).
-The allowable range is 4 (16 s) to 17 (36.4 h) inclusive.
+defaults to 14 (4.5 h).
+The allowable range is 4 (16 s) to 17 (36.4 h) inclusive.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
- <br><dt><code>fudge</code> <code>127.127.</code><kbd>t</kbd>.<kbd>u</kbd> <code>[time1 </code><kbd>sec</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[time2 </code><kbd>sec</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[stratum </code><kbd>int</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[refid </code><kbd>string</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[mode </code><kbd>int</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[flag1 0 | 1]</code> <code>[flag2 0 | 1]</code> <code>[flag3 0 | 1]</code> <code>[flag4 0 | 1]</code><dd>This command can be used to configure reference clocks in
-special ways.
+</dd>
+<dt><code>fudge</code> <code>127.127.</code><kbd>t</kbd>.<kbd>u</kbd> <code>[<code>time1</code> <kbd>sec</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>time2</code> <kbd>sec</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>stratum</code> <kbd>int</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>refid</code> <kbd>string</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>mode</code> <kbd>int</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>flag1</code> <code>0</code> <code>|</code> <code>1</code>]</code> <code>[<code>flag2</code> <code>0</code> <code>|</code> <code>1</code>]</code> <code>[<code>flag3</code> <code>0</code> <code>|</code> <code>1</code>]</code> <code>[<code>flag4</code> <code>0</code> <code>|</code> <code>1</code>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This command can be used to configure reference clocks in
+special ways.
It must immediately follow the
<code>server</code>
-command which configures the driver.
+command which configures the driver.
Note that the same capability
is possible at run time using the
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
-program.
+program.
The options are interpreted as
follows:
- <dl>
-<dt><code>time1</code> <kbd>sec</kbd><dd>Specifies a constant to be added to the time offset produced by
-the driver, a fixed-point decimal number in seconds.
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>time1</code> <kbd>sec</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies a constant to be added to the time offset produced by
+the driver, a fixed-point decimal number in seconds.
This is used
as a calibration constant to adjust the nominal time offset of a
particular clock to agree with an external standard, such as a
-precision PPS signal.
+precision PPS signal.
It also provides a way to correct a
systematic error or bias due to serial port or operating system
-latencies, different cable lengths or receiver internal delay.
+latencies, different cable lengths or receiver internal delay.
The
specified offset is in addition to the propagation delay provided
-by other means, such as internal DIPswitches.
+by other means, such as internal DIPswitches.
Where a calibration
for an individual system and driver is available, an approximate
-correction is noted in the driver documentation pages.
+correction is noted in the driver documentation pages.
Note: in order to facilitate calibration when more than one
radio clock or PPS signal is supported, a special calibration
-feature is available.
+feature is available.
It takes the form of an argument to the
<code>enable</code>
command described in
<a href="#Miscellaneous-Options">Miscellaneous Options</a>
page and operates as described in the
-"Reference Clock Drivers"
+&quot;Reference Clock Drivers&quot;
page
(available as part of the HTML documentation
provided in
-<span class="file">/usr/share/doc/ntp</span>).
-<br><dt><code>time2</code> <kbd>secs</kbd><dd>Specifies a fixed-point decimal number in seconds, which is
-interpreted in a driver-dependent way.
+<samp>/usr/share/doc/ntp</samp>).
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>time2</code> <kbd>secs</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies a fixed-point decimal number in seconds, which is
+interpreted in a driver-dependent way.
See the descriptions of
specific drivers in the
-"Reference Clock Drivers"
+&quot;Reference Clock Drivers&quot;
page
(available as part of the HTML documentation
provided in
-<span class="file">/usr/share/doc/ntp</span> <span class="file">).</span>
-<br><dt><code>stratum</code> <kbd>int</kbd><dd>Specifies the stratum number assigned to the driver, an integer
-between 0 and 15.
+<samp>/usr/share/doc/ntp</samp> <samp>).</samp>
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>stratum</code> <kbd>int</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the stratum number assigned to the driver, an integer
+between 0 and 15.
This number overrides the default stratum number
-ordinarily assigned by the driver itself, usually zero.
-<br><dt><code>refid</code> <kbd>string</kbd><dd>Specifies an ASCII string of from one to four characters which
-defines the reference identifier used by the driver.
+ordinarily assigned by the driver itself, usually zero.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>refid</code> <kbd>string</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies an ASCII string of from one to four characters which
+defines the reference identifier used by the driver.
This string
overrides the default identifier ordinarily assigned by the driver
-itself.
-<br><dt><code>mode</code> <kbd>int</kbd><dd>Specifies a mode number which is interpreted in a
-device-specific fashion.
+itself.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>mode</code> <kbd>int</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies a mode number which is interpreted in a
+device-specific fashion.
For instance, it selects a dialing
protocol in the ACTS driver and a device subtype in the
parse
-drivers.
-<br><dt><code>flag1</code> <code>0</code> <code>|</code> <code>1</code><br><dt><code>flag2</code> <code>0</code> <code>|</code> <code>1</code><br><dt><code>flag3</code> <code>0</code> <code>|</code> <code>1</code><br><dt><code>flag4</code> <code>0</code> <code>|</code> <code>1</code><dd>These four flags are used for customizing the clock driver.
+drivers.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>flag1</code> <code>0</code> <code>|</code> <code>1</code></dt>
+<dt><code>flag2</code> <code>0</code> <code>|</code> <code>1</code></dt>
+<dt><code>flag3</code> <code>0</code> <code>|</code> <code>1</code></dt>
+<dt><code>flag4</code> <code>0</code> <code>|</code> <code>1</code></dt>
+<dd><p>These four flags are used for customizing the clock driver.
The
interpretation of these values, and whether they are used at all,
-is a function of the particular clock driver.
+is a function of the particular clock driver.
However, by
convention
<code>flag4</code>
@@ -2302,155 +2589,186 @@ data to the
<code>clockstats</code>
file configured with the
<code>filegen</code>
-command.
+command.
Further information on the
<code>filegen</code>
command can be found in
-<a href="#Monitoring-Options">Monitoring Options</a>.
+&lsquo;Monitoring Options&rsquo;.
+</p></dd>
+</dl>
+</dd>
</dl>
- </dl>
-<div class="node">
-<p><hr>
+<hr>
<a name="Miscellaneous-Options"></a>
-<br>
+<div class="header">
+<p>
+Next: <a href="#ntp_002econf-Files" accesskey="n" rel="next">ntp.conf Files</a>, Previous: <a href="#Reference-Clock-Support" accesskey="p" rel="prev">Reference Clock Support</a>, Up: <a href="#ntp_002econf-Notes" accesskey="u" rel="up">ntp.conf Notes</a> &nbsp; </p>
</div>
-
-<h4 class="subsection">Miscellaneous Options</h4>
-
- <dl>
-<dt><code>broadcastdelay</code> <kbd>seconds</kbd><dd>The broadcast and multicast modes require a special calibration
+<a name="Miscellaneous-Options-1"></a>
+<h4 class="subsection">1.1.7 Miscellaneous Options</h4>
+<dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>broadcastdelay</code> <kbd>seconds</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>The broadcast and multicast modes require a special calibration
to determine the network delay between the local and remote
-servers.
+servers.
Ordinarily, this is done automatically by the initial
-protocol exchanges between the client and server.
+protocol exchanges between the client and server.
In some cases,
the calibration procedure may fail due to network or server access
-controls, for example.
+controls, for example.
This command specifies the default delay to
-be used under these circumstances.
+be used under these circumstances.
Typically (for Ethernet), a
-number between 0.003 and 0.007 seconds is appropriate.
+number between 0.003 and 0.007 seconds is appropriate.
The default
-when this command is not used is 0.004 seconds.
-<br><dt><code>calldelay</code> <kbd>delay</kbd><dd>This option controls the delay in seconds between the first and second
+when this command is not used is 0.004 seconds.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>calldelay</code> <kbd>delay</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This option controls the delay in seconds between the first and second
packets sent in burst or iburst mode to allow additional time for a modem
-or ISDN call to complete.
-<br><dt><code>driftfile</code> <kbd>driftfile</kbd><dd>This command specifies the complete path and name of the file used to
-record the frequency of the local clock oscillator.
+or ISDN call to complete.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>driftfile</code> <kbd>driftfile</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This command specifies the complete path and name of the file used to
+record the frequency of the local clock oscillator.
This is the same
operation as the
<code>-f</code>
-command line option.
+command line option.
If the file exists, it is read at
startup in order to set the initial frequency and then updated once per
-hour with the current frequency computed by the daemon.
+hour with the current frequency computed by the daemon.
If the file name is
specified, but the file itself does not exist, the starts with an initial
-frequency of zero and creates the file when writing it for the first time.
+frequency of zero and creates the file when writing it for the first time.
If this command is not given, the daemon will always start with an initial
frequency of zero.
-
- <p>The file format consists of a single line containing a single
+</p>
+<p>The file format consists of a single line containing a single
floating point number, which records the frequency offset measured
-in parts-per-million (PPM).
+in parts-per-million (PPM).
The file is updated by first writing
the current drift value into a temporary file and then renaming
-this file to replace the old version.
+this file to replace the old version.
This implies that
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
must have write permission for the directory the
drift file is located in, and that file system links, symbolic or
-otherwise, should be avoided.
-<br><dt><code>dscp</code> <kbd>value</kbd><dd>This option specifies the Differentiated Services Control Point (DSCP) value,
-a 6-bit code.
-The default value is 46, signifying Expedited Forwarding.
-<br><dt><code>enable</code> <code>[auth | bclient | calibrate | kernel | mode7 | monitor | ntp | stats | peer_clear_digest_early | unpeer_crypto_early | unpeer_crypto_nak_early | unpeer_digest_early]</code><br><dt><code>disable</code> <code>[auth | bclient | calibrate | kernel | mode7 | monitor | ntp | stats | peer_clear_digest_early | unpeer_crypto_early | unpeer_crypto_nak_early | unpeer_digest_early]</code><dd>Provides a way to enable or disable various server options.
-Flags not mentioned are unaffected.
+otherwise, should be avoided.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>dscp</code> <kbd>value</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This option specifies the Differentiated Services Control Point (DSCP) value,
+a 6-bit code.
+The default value is 46, signifying Expedited Forwarding.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>enable</code> <code>[<code>auth</code> | <code>bclient</code> | <code>calibrate</code> | <code>kernel</code> | <code>mode7</code> | <code>monitor</code> | <code>ntp</code> | <code>stats</code> | <code>peer_clear_digest_early</code> | <code>unpeer_crypto_early</code> | <code>unpeer_crypto_nak_early</code> | <code>unpeer_digest_early</code>]</code></dt>
+<dt><code>disable</code> <code>[<code>auth</code> | <code>bclient</code> | <code>calibrate</code> | <code>kernel</code> | <code>mode7</code> | <code>monitor</code> | <code>ntp</code> | <code>stats</code> | <code>peer_clear_digest_early</code> | <code>unpeer_crypto_early</code> | <code>unpeer_crypto_nak_early</code> | <code>unpeer_digest_early</code>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Provides a way to enable or disable various server options.
+Flags not mentioned are unaffected.
Note that all of these flags
can be controlled remotely using the
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
utility program.
- <dl>
-<dt><code>auth</code><dd>Enables the server to synchronize with unconfigured peers only if the
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>auth</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables the server to synchronize with unconfigured peers only if the
peer has been correctly authenticated using either public key or
-private key cryptography.
+private key cryptography.
The default for this flag is
-<code>enable</code>.
-<br><dt><code>bclient</code><dd>Enables the server to listen for a message from a broadcast or
+<code>enable</code>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>bclient</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables the server to listen for a message from a broadcast or
multicast server, as in the
<code>multicastclient</code>
command with default
-address.
+address.
The default for this flag is
-<code>disable</code>.
-<br><dt><code>calibrate</code><dd>Enables the calibrate feature for reference clocks.
+<code>disable</code>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>calibrate</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables the calibrate feature for reference clocks.
The default for
this flag is
-<code>disable</code>.
-<br><dt><code>kernel</code><dd>Enables the kernel time discipline, if available.
+<code>disable</code>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>kernel</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables the kernel time discipline, if available.
The default for this
flag is
<code>enable</code>
if support is available, otherwise
-<code>disable</code>.
-<br><dt><code>mode7</code><dd>Enables processing of NTP mode 7 implementation-specific requests
+<code>disable</code>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>mode7</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables processing of NTP mode 7 implementation-specific requests
which are used by the deprecated
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
-program.
-The default for this flag is disable.
+program.
+The default for this flag is disable.
This flag is excluded from runtime configuration using
-<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>.
+<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>.
The
<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>
program provides the same capabilities as
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
-using standard mode 6 requests.
-<br><dt><code>monitor</code><dd>Enables the monitoring facility.
+using standard mode 6 requests.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>monitor</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables the monitoring facility.
See the
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>
program
and the
<code>monlist</code>
-command or further information.
+command or further information.
The
default for this flag is
-<code>enable</code>.
-<br><dt><code>ntp</code><dd>Enables time and frequency discipline.
+<code>enable</code>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>ntp</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables time and frequency discipline.
In effect, this switch opens and
-closes the feedback loop, which is useful for testing.
+closes the feedback loop, which is useful for testing.
The default for
this flag is
-<code>enable</code>.
-<br><dt><code>peer_clear_digest_early</code><dd>By default, if
+<code>enable</code>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>peer_clear_digest_early</code></dt>
+<dd><p>By default, if
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
is using autokey and it
receives a crypto-NAK packet that
passes the duplicate packet and origin timestamp checks
-the peer variables are immediately cleared.
+the peer variables are immediately cleared.
While this is generally a feature
as it allows for quick recovery if a server key has changed,
a properly forged and appropriately delivered crypto-NAK packet
-can be used in a DoS attack.
+can be used in a DoS attack.
If you have active noticable problems with this type of DoS attack
then you should consider
-disabling this option.
+disabling this option.
You can check your
<code>peerstats</code>
-file for evidence of any of these attacks.
+file for evidence of any of these attacks.
The
default for this flag is
-<code>enable</code>.
-<br><dt><code>stats</code><dd>Enables the statistics facility.
+<code>enable</code>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>stats</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Enables the statistics facility.
See the
-<a href="#Monitoring-Options">Monitoring Options</a>
-section for further information.
+&lsquo;Monitoring Options&rsquo;
+section for further information.
The default for this flag is
-<code>disable</code>.
-<br><dt><code>unpeer_crypto_early</code><dd>By default, if
+<code>disable</code>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>unpeer_crypto_early</code></dt>
+<dd><p>By default, if
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
receives an autokey packet that fails TEST9,
a crypto failure,
-the association is immediately cleared.
+the association is immediately cleared.
This is almost certainly a feature,
but if, in spite of the current recommendation of not using autokey,
you are
@@ -2460,84 +2778,93 @@ using autokey
you are seeing this sort of DoS attack
disabling this flag will delay
tearing down the association until the reachability counter
-becomes zero.
+becomes zero.
You can check your
<code>peerstats</code>
-file for evidence of any of these attacks.
+file for evidence of any of these attacks.
The
default for this flag is
-<code>enable</code>.
-<br><dt><code>unpeer_crypto_nak_early</code><dd>By default, if
+<code>enable</code>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>unpeer_crypto_nak_early</code></dt>
+<dd><p>By default, if
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
receives a crypto-NAK packet that
passes the duplicate packet and origin timestamp checks
-the association is immediately cleared.
+the association is immediately cleared.
While this is generally a feature
as it allows for quick recovery if a server key has changed,
a properly forged and appropriately delivered crypto-NAK packet
-can be used in a DoS attack.
+can be used in a DoS attack.
If you have active noticable problems with this type of DoS attack
then you should consider
-disabling this option.
+disabling this option.
You can check your
<code>peerstats</code>
-file for evidence of any of these attacks.
+file for evidence of any of these attacks.
The
default for this flag is
-<code>enable</code>.
-<br><dt><code>unpeer_digest_early</code><dd>By default, if
+<code>enable</code>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>unpeer_digest_early</code></dt>
+<dd><p>By default, if
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
receives what should be an authenticated packet
that passes other packet sanity checks but
contains an invalid digest
-the association is immediately cleared.
+the association is immediately cleared.
While this is generally a feature
as it allows for quick recovery,
if this type of packet is carefully forged and sent
-during an appropriate window it can be used for a DoS attack.
+during an appropriate window it can be used for a DoS attack.
If you have active noticable problems with this type of DoS attack
then you should consider
-disabling this option.
+disabling this option.
You can check your
<code>peerstats</code>
-file for evidence of any of these attacks.
+file for evidence of any of these attacks.
The
default for this flag is
-<code>enable</code>.
+<code>enable</code>.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
- <br><dt><code>includefile</code> <kbd>includefile</kbd><dd>This command allows additional configuration commands
-to be included from a separate file.
+</dd>
+<dt><code>includefile</code> <kbd>includefile</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This command allows additional configuration commands
+to be included from a separate file.
Include files may
be nested to a depth of five; upon reaching the end of any
include file, command processing resumes in the previous
-configuration file.
+configuration file.
This option is useful for sites that run
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
on multiple hosts, with (mostly) common options (e.g., a
-restriction list).
-<br><dt><code>interface</code> <code>[listen | ignore | drop]</code> <code>[all | ipv4 | ipv6 | wildcard </code><kbd>name</kbd><code> | </code><kbd>address</kbd><code> [/ </code><kbd>prefixlen</kbd><code>]]</code><dd>The
+restriction list).
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>interface</code> <code>[<code>listen</code> | <code>ignore</code> | <code>drop</code>]</code> <code>[<code>all</code> | <code>ipv4</code> | <code>ipv6</code> | <code>wildcard</code> <kbd>name</kbd> | <kbd>address</kbd> <code>[<code>/</code> <kbd>prefixlen</kbd>]</code>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>The
<code>interface</code>
directive controls which network addresses
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
-opens, and whether input is dropped without processing.
+opens, and whether input is dropped without processing.
The first parameter determines the action for addresses
-which match the second parameter.
+which match the second parameter.
The second parameter specifies a class of addresses,
or a specific interface name,
-or an address.
+or an address.
In the address case,
<kbd>prefixlen</kbd>
-determines how many bits must match for this rule to apply.
+determines how many bits must match for this rule to apply.
<code>ignore</code>
prevents opening matching addresses,
<code>drop</code>
causes
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
-to open the address and drop all received packets without examination.
+to open the address and drop all received packets without examination.
Multiple
<code>interface</code>
-directives can be used.
-The last rule which matches a particular address determines the action for it.
+directives can be used.
+The last rule which matches a particular address determines the action for it.
<code>interface</code>
directives are disabled if any
<code>-I</code>,
@@ -2546,18 +2873,20 @@ directives are disabled if any
or
<code>--novirtualips</code>
command-line options are specified in the configuration file,
-all available network addresses are opened.
+all available network addresses are opened.
The
<code>nic</code>
directive is an alias for
-<code>interface</code>.
-<br><dt><code>leapfile</code> <kbd>leapfile</kbd><dd>This command loads the IERS leapseconds file and initializes the
+<code>interface</code>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>leapfile</code> <kbd>leapfile</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This command loads the IERS leapseconds file and initializes the
leapsecond values for the next leapsecond event, leapfile expiration
-time, and TAI offset.
+time, and TAI offset.
The file can be obtained directly from the IERS at
<code>https://hpiers.obspm.fr/iers/bul/bulc/ntp/leap-seconds.list</code>
or
-<code>ftp://hpiers.obspm.fr/iers/bul/bulc/ntp/leap-seconds.list</code>.
+<code>ftp://hpiers.obspm.fr/iers/bul/bulc/ntp/leap-seconds.list</code>.
The
<code>leapfile</code>
is scanned when
@@ -2566,56 +2895,60 @@ processes the
<code>leapfile</code> <code>directive</code> <code>or</code> <code>when</code>
<code>ntpd</code> <code>detects</code> <code>that</code> <code>the</code>
<kbd>leapfile</kbd>
-has changed.
+has changed.
<code>ntpd</code>
checks once a day to see if the
<kbd>leapfile</kbd>
-has changed.
+has changed.
The
<code>update-leap(1update_leapmdoc)</code>
script can be run to see if the
<kbd>leapfile</kbd>
-should be updated.
-<br><dt><code>leapsmearinterval</code> <kbd>seconds</kbd><dd>This EXPERIMENTAL option is only available if
+should be updated.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>leapsmearinterval</code> <kbd>seconds</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This EXPERIMENTAL option is only available if
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
was built with the
<code>--enable-leap-smear</code>
option to the
<code>configure</code>
-script.
-It specifies the interval over which a leap second correction will be applied.
+script.
+It specifies the interval over which a leap second correction will be applied.
Recommended values for this option are between
-7200 (2 hours) and 86400 (24 hours).
-.Sy DO NOT USE THIS OPTION ON PUBLIC-ACCESS SERVERS!
-See http://bugs.ntp.org/2855 for more information.
-<br><dt><code>logconfig</code> <kbd>configkeyword</kbd><dd>This command controls the amount and type of output written to
+7200 (2 hours) and 86400 (24 hours).
+.Sy DO NOT USE THIS OPTION ON PUBLIC-ACCESS SERVERS!
+See http://bugs.ntp.org/2855 for more information.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>logconfig</code> <kbd>configkeyword</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This command controls the amount and type of output written to
the system
<code>syslog(3)</code>
facility or the alternate
<code>logfile</code>
-log file.
-By default, all output is turned on.
+log file.
+By default, all output is turned on.
All
<kbd>configkeyword</kbd>
keywords can be prefixed with
-=,
-+
+&lsquo;=&rsquo;,
+&lsquo;+&rsquo;
and
--,
+&lsquo;-&rsquo;,
where
-=
+&lsquo;=&rsquo;
sets the
<code>syslog(3)</code>
priority mask,
-+
+&lsquo;+&rsquo;
adds and
--
+&lsquo;-&rsquo;
removes
-messages.
+messages.
<code>syslog(3)</code>
messages can be controlled in four
classes
-(<code>clock</code>, <code>peer</code>, <code>sys</code> and <code>sync</code>).
+(<code>clock</code>, <code>peer</code>, <code>sys</code> and <code>sync</code>).
Within these classes four types of messages can be
controlled: informational messages
(<code>info</code>),
@@ -2626,383 +2959,464 @@ statistics messages
and
status messages
(<code>status</code>).
-
- <p>Configuration keywords are formed by concatenating the message class with
-the event class.
+</p>
+<p>Configuration keywords are formed by concatenating the message class with
+the event class.
The
<code>all</code>
-prefix can be used instead of a message class.
+prefix can be used instead of a message class.
A
message class may also be followed by the
<code>all</code>
keyword to enable/disable all
-messages of the respective message class.
+messages of the respective message class.
Thus, a minimal log configuration
could look like this:
-<pre class="verbatim">
- logconfig =syncstatus +sysevents
+</p><pre class="verbatim">logconfig =syncstatus +sysevents
</pre>
-
- <p>This would just list the synchronizations state of
+<p>This would just list the synchronizations state of
<code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>
-and the major system events.
+and the major system events.
For a simple reference server, the
following minimum message configuration could be useful:
-<pre class="verbatim">
- logconfig =syncall +clockall
+</p><pre class="verbatim">logconfig =syncall +clockall
</pre>
-
- <p>This configuration will list all clock information and
-synchronization information.
+<p>This configuration will list all clock information and
+synchronization information.
All other events and messages about
-peers, system events and so on is suppressed.
-<br><dt><code>logfile</code> <kbd>logfile</kbd><dd>This command specifies the location of an alternate log file to
+peers, system events and so on is suppressed.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>logfile</code> <kbd>logfile</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This command specifies the location of an alternate log file to
be used instead of the default system
<code>syslog(3)</code>
-facility.
+facility.
This is the same operation as the
<code>-l</code>
-command line option.
-<br><dt><code>mru</code> <code>[maxdepth </code><kbd>count</kbd><code> | maxmem </code><kbd>kilobytes</kbd><code> | mindepth </code><kbd>count</kbd><code> | maxage </code><kbd>seconds</kbd><code> | initialloc </code><kbd>count</kbd><code> | initmem </code><kbd>kilobytes</kbd><code> | incalloc </code><kbd>count</kbd><code> | incmem </code><kbd>kilobytes</kbd><code>]</code><dd>Controls size limite of the monitoring facility's Most Recently Used
+command line option.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>mru</code> <code>[<code>maxdepth</code> <kbd>count</kbd> | <code>maxmem</code> <kbd>kilobytes</kbd> | <code>mindepth</code> <kbd>count</kbd> | <code>maxage</code> <kbd>seconds</kbd> | <code>initialloc</code> <kbd>count</kbd> | <code>initmem</code> <kbd>kilobytes</kbd> | <code>incalloc</code> <kbd>count</kbd> | <code>incmem</code> <kbd>kilobytes</kbd>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Controls size limite of the monitoring facility&rsquo;s Most Recently Used
(MRU) list
of client addresses, which is also used by the
rate control facility.
- <dl>
-<dt><code>maxdepth</code> <kbd>count</kbd><br><dt><code>maxmem</code> <kbd>kilobytes</kbd><dd>Equivalent upper limits on the size of the MRU list, in terms of entries or kilobytes.
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>maxdepth</code> <kbd>count</kbd></dt>
+<dt><code>maxmem</code> <kbd>kilobytes</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Equivalent upper limits on the size of the MRU list, in terms of entries or kilobytes.
The acutal limit will be up to
<code>incalloc</code>
entries or
<code>incmem</code>
-kilobytes larger.
+kilobytes larger.
As with all of the
<code>mru</code>
options offered in units of entries or kilobytes, if both
<code>maxdepth</code>
and
<code>maxmem</code> <code>are</code> <code>used,</code> <code>the</code> <code>last</code> <code>one</code> <code>used</code> <code>controls.</code>
-The default is 1024 kilobytes.
-<br><dt><code>mindepth</code> <kbd>count</kbd><dd>Lower limit on the MRU list size.
+The default is 1024 kilobytes.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>mindepth</code> <kbd>count</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Lower limit on the MRU list size.
When the MRU list has fewer than
<code>mindepth</code>
entries, existing entries are never removed to make room for newer ones,
-regardless of their age.
-The default is 600 entries.
-<br><dt><code>maxage</code> <kbd>seconds</kbd><dd>Once the MRU list has
+regardless of their age.
+The default is 600 entries.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>maxage</code> <kbd>seconds</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Once the MRU list has
<code>mindepth</code>
entries and an additional client is to ba added to the list,
if the oldest entry was updated more than
<code>maxage</code>
-seconds ago, that entry is removed and its storage is reused.
+seconds ago, that entry is removed and its storage is reused.
If the oldest entry was updated more recently the MRU list is grown,
-subject to
-<code>maxdepth</code> <code>/</code> <code>moxmem</code>.
-The default is 64 seconds.
-<br><dt><code>initalloc</code> <kbd>count</kbd><br><dt><code>initmem</code> <kbd>kilobytes</kbd><dd>Initial memory allocation at the time the monitoringfacility is first enabled,
-in terms of the number of entries or kilobytes.
-The default is 4 kilobytes.
-<br><dt><code>incalloc</code> <kbd>count</kbd><br><dt><code>incmem</code> <kbd>kilobytes</kbd><dd>Size of additional memory allocations when growing the MRU list, in entries or kilobytes.
-The default is 4 kilobytes.
+subject to
+<code>maxdepth</code> <code>/</code> <code>moxmem</code>.
+The default is 64 seconds.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>initalloc</code> <kbd>count</kbd></dt>
+<dt><code>initmem</code> <kbd>kilobytes</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Initial memory allocation at the time the monitoringfacility is first enabled,
+in terms of the number of entries or kilobytes.
+The default is 4 kilobytes.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>incalloc</code> <kbd>count</kbd></dt>
+<dt><code>incmem</code> <kbd>kilobytes</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Size of additional memory allocations when growing the MRU list, in entries or kilobytes.
+The default is 4 kilobytes.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
- <br><dt><code>nonvolatile</code> <kbd>threshold</kbd><dd>Specify the
+</dd>
+<dt><code>nonvolatile</code> <kbd>threshold</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specify the
<kbd>threshold</kbd>
delta in seconds before an hourly change to the
<code>driftfile</code>
-(frequency file) will be written, with a default value of 1e-7 (0.1 PPM).
-The frequency file is inspected each hour.
+(frequency file) will be written, with a default value of 1e-7 (0.1 PPM).
+The frequency file is inspected each hour.
If the difference between the current frequency and the last value written
exceeds the threshold, the file is written and the
<code>threshold</code>
-becomes the new threshold value.
-If the threshold is not exceeeded, it is reduced by half.
-This is intended to reduce the number of file writes
-for embedded systems with nonvolatile memory.
-<br><dt><code>phone</code> <kbd>dial</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd><dd>This command is used in conjunction with
+becomes the new threshold value.
+If the threshold is not exceeeded, it is reduced by half.
+This is intended to reduce the number of file writes
+for embedded systems with nonvolatile memory.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>phone</code> <kbd>dial</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This command is used in conjunction with
the ACTS modem driver (type 18)
-or the JJY driver (type 40, mode 100 - 180).
+or the JJY driver (type 40, mode 100 - 180).
For the ACTS modem driver (type 18), the arguments consist of
a maximum of 10 telephone numbers used to dial USNO, NIST, or European
-time service.
-For the JJY driver (type 40 mode 100 - 180), the argument is
-one telephone number used to dial the telephone JJY service.
-The Hayes command ATDT is normally prepended to the number.
-The number can contain other modem control codes as well.
-<br><dt><code>reset</code> <code>[allpeers]</code> <code>[auth]</code> <code>[ctl]</code> <code>[io]</code> <code>[mem]</code> <code>[sys]</code> <code>[timer]</code><dd>Reset one or more groups of counters maintained by
+time service.
+For the JJY driver (type 40 mode 100 - 180), the argument is
+one telephone number used to dial the telephone JJY service.
+The Hayes command ATDT is normally prepended to the number.
+The number can contain other modem control codes as well.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>reset</code> <code>[<code>allpeers</code>]</code> <code>[<code>auth</code>]</code> <code>[<code>ctl</code>]</code> <code>[<code>io</code>]</code> <code>[<code>mem</code>]</code> <code>[<code>sys</code>]</code> <code>[<code>timer</code>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Reset one or more groups of counters maintained by
<code>ntpd</code>
and exposed by
<code>ntpq</code>
and
-<code>ntpdc</code>.
-<br><dt><code>rlimit</code> <code>[memlock </code><kbd>Nmegabytes</kbd><code> | stacksize </code><kbd>N4kPages</kbd><code> filenum </code><kbd>Nfiledescriptors</kbd><code>]</code><dd>
- <dl>
-<dt><code>memlock</code> <kbd>Nmegabytes</kbd><dd>Specify the number of megabytes of memory that should be
-allocated and locked.
+<code>ntpdc</code>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>rlimit</code> <code>[<code>memlock</code> <kbd>Nmegabytes</kbd> | <code>stacksize</code> <kbd>N4kPages</kbd> <code>filenum</code> <kbd>Nfiledescriptors</kbd>]</code></dt>
+<dd><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>memlock</code> <kbd>Nmegabytes</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specify the number of megabytes of memory that should be
+allocated and locked.
Probably only available under Linux, this option may be useful
when dropping root (the
<code>-i</code>
-option).
-The default is 32 megabytes on non-Linux machines, and -1 under Linux.
--1 means "do not lock the process into memory".
-0 means "lock whatever memory the process wants into memory".
-<br><dt><code>stacksize</code> <kbd>N4kPages</kbd><dd>Specifies the maximum size of the process stack on systems with the
+option).
+The default is 32 megabytes on non-Linux machines, and -1 under Linux.
+-1 means &quot;do not lock the process into memory&quot;.
+0 means &quot;lock whatever memory the process wants into memory&quot;.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>stacksize</code> <kbd>N4kPages</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the maximum size of the process stack on systems with the
<code>mlockall()</code>
-function.
-Defaults to 50 4k pages (200 4k pages in OpenBSD).
-<br><dt><code>filenum</code> <kbd>Nfiledescriptors</kbd><dd>Specifies the maximum number of file descriptors ntpd may have open at once.
-Defaults to the system default.
+function.
+Defaults to 50 4k pages (200 4k pages in OpenBSD).
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>filenum</code> <kbd>Nfiledescriptors</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specifies the maximum number of file descriptors ntpd may have open at once.
+Defaults to the system default.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
- <br><dt><code>saveconfigdir</code> <kbd>directory_path</kbd><dd>Specify the directory in which to write configuration snapshots
+</dd>
+<dt><code>saveconfigdir</code> <kbd>directory_path</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Specify the directory in which to write configuration snapshots
requested with
-.Cm ntpq 's
+.Cm ntpq &rsquo;s
<code>saveconfig</code>
-command.
+command.
If
<code>saveconfigdir</code>
does not appear in the configuration file,
<code>saveconfig</code>
requests are rejected by
-<code>ntpd</code>.
-<br><dt><code>saveconfig</code> <kbd>filename</kbd><dd>Write the current configuration, including any runtime
+<code>ntpd</code>.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>saveconfig</code> <kbd>filename</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Write the current configuration, including any runtime
modifications given with
<code>:config</code>
or
<code>config-from-file</code>
to the
<code>ntpd</code>
-host's
+host&rsquo;s
<kbd>filename</kbd>
in the
-<code>saveconfigdir</code>.
+<code>saveconfigdir</code>.
This command will be rejected unless the
<code>saveconfigdir</code>
directive appears in
-.Cm ntpd 's
-configuration file.
+.Cm ntpd &rsquo;s
+configuration file.
<kbd>filename</kbd>
can use
<code>strftime(3)</code>
format directives to substitute the current date and time,
for example,
-<code>saveconfig\ ntp-%Y%m%d-%H%M%S.conf</code>.
+<code>saveconfig\ ntp-%Y%m%d-%H%M%S.conf</code>.
The filename used is stored in the system variable
-<code>savedconfig</code>.
-Authentication is required.
-<br><dt><code>setvar</code> <kbd>variable</kbd> <code>[default]</code><dd>This command adds an additional system variable.
+<code>savedconfig</code>.
+Authentication is required.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>setvar</code> <kbd>variable</kbd> <code>[<code>default</code>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This command adds an additional system variable.
These
variables can be used to distribute additional information such as
-the access policy.
+the access policy.
If the variable of the form
<code>name</code><code>=</code><kbd>value</kbd>
is followed by the
<code>default</code>
keyword, the
variable will be listed as part of the default system variables
-(<code>rv</code> command)).
+(<code>rv</code> command)).
These additional variables serve
-informational purposes only.
+informational purposes only.
They are not related to the protocol
-other that they can be listed.
+other that they can be listed.
The known protocol variables will
always override any variables defined via the
<code>setvar</code>
-mechanism.
+mechanism.
There are three special variables that contain the names
-of all variable of the same group.
+of all variable of the same group.
The
<code>sys_var_list</code>
holds
-the names of all system variables.
+the names of all system variables.
The
<code>peer_var_list</code>
holds
the names of all peer variables and the
<code>clock_var_list</code>
-holds the names of the reference clock variables.
-<br><dt><code>sysinfo</code><dd>Display operational summary.
-<br><dt><code>sysstats</code><dd>Show statistics counters maintained in the protocol module.
-<br><dt><code>tinker</code> <code>[allan </code><kbd>allan</kbd><code> | dispersion </code><kbd>dispersion</kbd><code> | freq </code><kbd>freq</kbd><code> | huffpuff </code><kbd>huffpuff</kbd><code> | panic </code><kbd>panic</kbd><code> | step </code><kbd>step</kbd><code> | stepback </code><kbd>stepback</kbd><code> | stepfwd </code><kbd>stepfwd</kbd><code> | stepout </code><kbd>stepout</kbd><code>]</code><dd>This command can be used to alter several system variables in
-very exceptional circumstances.
+holds the names of the reference clock variables.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>sysinfo</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Display operational summary.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>sysstats</code></dt>
+<dd><p>Show statistics counters maintained in the protocol module.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>tinker</code> <code>[<code>allan</code> <kbd>allan</kbd> | <code>dispersion</code> <kbd>dispersion</kbd> | <code>freq</code> <kbd>freq</kbd> | <code>huffpuff</code> <kbd>huffpuff</kbd> | <code>panic</code> <kbd>panic</kbd> | <code>step</code> <kbd>step</kbd> | <code>stepback</code> <kbd>stepback</kbd> | <code>stepfwd</code> <kbd>stepfwd</kbd> | <code>stepout</code> <kbd>stepout</kbd>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This command can be used to alter several system variables in
+very exceptional circumstances.
It should occur in the
-configuration file before any other configuration options.
+configuration file before any other configuration options.
The
default values of these variables have been carefully optimized for
-a wide range of network speeds and reliability expectations.
+a wide range of network speeds and reliability expectations.
In
general, they interact in intricate ways that are hard to predict
-and some combinations can result in some very nasty behavior.
+and some combinations can result in some very nasty behavior.
Very
rarely is it necessary to change the default values; but, some
folks cannot resist twisting the knobs anyway and this command is
-for them.
+for them.
Emphasis added: twisters are on their own and can expect
no help from the support group.
-
- <p>The variables operate as follows:
- <dl>
-<dt><code>allan</code> <kbd>allan</kbd><dd>The argument becomes the new value for the minimum Allan
+</p>
+<p>The variables operate as follows:
+</p><dl compact="compact">
+<dt><code>allan</code> <kbd>allan</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>The argument becomes the new value for the minimum Allan
intercept, which is a parameter of the PLL/FLL clock discipline
-algorithm.
+algorithm.
The value in log2 seconds defaults to 7 (1024 s), which is also the lower
-limit.
-<br><dt><code>dispersion</code> <kbd>dispersion</kbd><dd>The argument becomes the new value for the dispersion increase rate,
-normally .000015 s/s.
-<br><dt><code>freq</code> <kbd>freq</kbd><dd>The argument becomes the initial value of the frequency offset in
-parts-per-million.
+limit.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>dispersion</code> <kbd>dispersion</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>The argument becomes the new value for the dispersion increase rate,
+normally .000015 s/s.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>freq</code> <kbd>freq</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>The argument becomes the initial value of the frequency offset in
+parts-per-million.
This overrides the value in the frequency file, if
-present, and avoids the initial training state if it is not.
-<br><dt><code>huffpuff</code> <kbd>huffpuff</kbd><dd>The argument becomes the new value for the experimental
-huff-n'-puff filter span, which determines the most recent interval
-the algorithm will search for a minimum delay.
+present, and avoids the initial training state if it is not.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>huffpuff</code> <kbd>huffpuff</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>The argument becomes the new value for the experimental
+huff-n&rsquo;-puff filter span, which determines the most recent interval
+the algorithm will search for a minimum delay.
The lower limit is
-900 s (15 m), but a more reasonable value is 7200 (2 hours).
+900 s (15 m), but a more reasonable value is 7200 (2 hours).
There
is no default, since the filter is not enabled unless this command
-is given.
-<br><dt><code>panic</code> <kbd>panic</kbd><dd>The argument is the panic threshold, normally 1000 s.
+is given.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>panic</code> <kbd>panic</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>The argument is the panic threshold, normally 1000 s.
If set to zero,
the panic sanity check is disabled and a clock offset of any value will
-be accepted.
-<br><dt><code>step</code> <kbd>step</kbd><dd>The argument is the step threshold, which by default is 0.128 s.
+be accepted.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>step</code> <kbd>step</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>The argument is the step threshold, which by default is 0.128 s.
It can
-be set to any positive number in seconds.
+be set to any positive number in seconds.
If set to zero, step
-adjustments will never occur.
+adjustments will never occur.
Note: The kernel time discipline is
disabled if the step threshold is set to zero or greater than the
-default.
-<br><dt><code>stepback</code> <kbd>stepback</kbd><dd>The argument is the step threshold for the backward direction,
-which by default is 0.128 s.
+default.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>stepback</code> <kbd>stepback</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>The argument is the step threshold for the backward direction,
+which by default is 0.128 s.
It can
-be set to any positive number in seconds.
+be set to any positive number in seconds.
If both the forward and backward step thresholds are set to zero, step
-adjustments will never occur.
+adjustments will never occur.
Note: The kernel time discipline is
disabled if
each direction of step threshold are either
-set to zero or greater than .5 second.
-<br><dt><code>stepfwd</code> <kbd>stepfwd</kbd><dd>As for stepback, but for the forward direction.
-<br><dt><code>stepout</code> <kbd>stepout</kbd><dd>The argument is the stepout timeout, which by default is 900 s.
+set to zero or greater than .5 second.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>stepfwd</code> <kbd>stepfwd</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>As for stepback, but for the forward direction.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>stepout</code> <kbd>stepout</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>The argument is the stepout timeout, which by default is 900 s.
It can
-be set to any positive number in seconds.
+be set to any positive number in seconds.
If set to zero, the stepout
-pulses will not be suppressed.
+pulses will not be suppressed.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
- <br><dt><code>writevar</code> <kbd>assocID\ name</kbd> <kbd>=</kbd> <kbd>value</kbd> <kbd>[,...]</kbd><dd>Write (create or update) the specified variables.
+</dd>
+<dt><code>writevar</code> <kbd>assocID\ name</kbd> <kbd>=</kbd> <kbd>value</kbd> <kbd>[,...]</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>Write (create or update) the specified variables.
If the
<code>assocID</code>
is zero, the variablea re from the
system variables
name space, otherwise they are from the
peer variables
-name space.
+name space.
The
<code>assocID</code>
-is required, as the same name can occur in both name spaces.
-<br><dt><code>trap</code> <kbd>host_address</kbd> <code>[port </code><kbd>port_number</kbd><code>]</code> <code>[interface </code><kbd>interface_address</kbd><code>]</code><dd>This command configures a trap receiver at the given host
+is required, as the same name can occur in both name spaces.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>trap</code> <kbd>host_address</kbd> <code>[<code>port</code> <kbd>port_number</kbd>]</code> <code>[<code>interface</code> <kbd>interface_address</kbd>]</code></dt>
+<dd><p>This command configures a trap receiver at the given host
address and port number for sending messages with the specified
-local interface address.
+local interface address.
If the port number is unspecified, a value
-of 18447 is used.
+of 18447 is used.
If the interface address is not specified, the
message is sent with a source address of the local interface the
-message is sent through.
+message is sent through.
Note that on a multihomed host the
-interface used may vary from time to time with routing changes.
-<br><dt><code>ttl</code> <kbd>hop</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd><dd>This command specifies a list of TTL values in increasing order.
-Up to 8 values can be specified.
+interface used may vary from time to time with routing changes.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>ttl</code> <kbd>hop</kbd> <kbd>...</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This command specifies a list of TTL values in increasing order.
+Up to 8 values can be specified.
In
<code>manycast</code>
-mode these values are used in-turn in an expanding-ring search.
+mode these values are used in-turn in an expanding-ring search.
The default is eight multiples of 32 starting at 31.
-
- <p>The trap receiver will generally log event messages and other
-information from the server in a log file.
+</p>
+<p>The trap receiver will generally log event messages and other
+information from the server in a log file.
While such monitor
programs may also request their own trap dynamically, configuring a
trap receiver will ensure that no messages are lost when the server
-is started.
-<br><dt><code>hop</code> <kbd>...</kbd><dd>This command specifies a list of TTL values in increasing order, up to 8
-values can be specified.
+is started.
+</p></dd>
+<dt><code>hop</code> <kbd>...</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>This command specifies a list of TTL values in increasing order, up to 8
+values can be specified.
In manycast mode these values are used in turn in
-an expanding-ring search.
+an expanding-ring search.
The default is eight multiples of 32 starting at
-31.
+31.
+</p></dd>
</dl>
- <p>This section was generated by <strong>AutoGen</strong>,
-using the <code>agtexi-cmd</code> template and the option descriptions for the <code>ntp.conf</code> program.
+<p>This section was generated by <strong>AutoGen</strong>,
+using the <code>agtexi-cmd</code> template and the option descriptions for the <code>ntp.conf</code> program.
This software is released under the NTP license, &lt;http://ntp.org/license&gt;.
-
-<ul class="menu">
-<li><a accesskey="1" href="#ntp_002econf-Files">ntp.conf Files</a>: Files
-<li><a accesskey="2" href="#ntp_002econf-See-Also">ntp.conf See Also</a>: See Also
-<li><a accesskey="3" href="#ntp_002econf-Bugs">ntp.conf Bugs</a>: Bugs
-<li><a accesskey="4" href="#ntp_002econf-Notes">ntp.conf Notes</a>: Notes
-</ul>
-
-<div class="node">
-<p><hr>
+</p>
+<table class="menu" border="0" cellspacing="0">
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#ntp_002econf-Files" accesskey="1">ntp.conf Files</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">Files
+</td></tr>
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#ntp_002econf-See-Also" accesskey="2">ntp.conf See Also</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">See Also
+</td></tr>
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#ntp_002econf-Bugs" accesskey="3">ntp.conf Bugs</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">Bugs
+</td></tr>
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#ntp_002econf-Notes" accesskey="4">ntp.conf Notes</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">Notes
+</td></tr>
+</table>
+
+<hr>
<a name="ntp_002econf-Files"></a>
-<br>
+<div class="header">
+<p>
+Next: <a href="#ntp_002econf-See-Also" accesskey="n" rel="next">ntp.conf See Also</a>, Previous: <a href="#Miscellaneous-Options" accesskey="p" rel="prev">Miscellaneous Options</a>, Up: <a href="#ntp_002econf-Notes" accesskey="u" rel="up">ntp.conf Notes</a> &nbsp; </p>
</div>
-
-<h4 class="subsection">ntp.conf Files</h4>
-
- <dl>
-<dt><span class="file">/etc/ntp.conf</span><dd>the default name of the configuration file
-<br><dt><span class="file">ntp.keys</span><dd>private MD5 keys
-<br><dt><span class="file">ntpkey</span><dd>RSA private key
-<br><dt><span class="file">ntpkey_</span><kbd>host</kbd><dd>RSA public key
-<br><dt><span class="file">ntp_dh</span><dd>Diffie-Hellman agreement parameters
+<a name="ntp_002econf-Files-1"></a>
+<h4 class="subsection">1.1.8 ntp.conf Files</h4>
+<dl compact="compact">
+<dt><samp>/etc/ntp.conf</samp></dt>
+<dd><p>the default name of the configuration file
+</p></dd>
+<dt><samp>ntp.keys</samp></dt>
+<dd><p>private MD5 keys
+</p></dd>
+<dt><samp>ntpkey</samp></dt>
+<dd><p>RSA private key
+</p></dd>
+<dt><samp>ntpkey_</samp><kbd>host</kbd></dt>
+<dd><p>RSA public key
+</p></dd>
+<dt><samp>ntp_dh</samp></dt>
+<dd><p>Diffie-Hellman agreement parameters
+</p></dd>
</dl>
-<div class="node">
-<p><hr>
+<hr>
<a name="ntp_002econf-See-Also"></a>
-<br>
+<div class="header">
+<p>
+Next: <a href="#ntp_002econf-Bugs" accesskey="n" rel="next">ntp.conf Bugs</a>, Previous: <a href="#ntp_002econf-Files" accesskey="p" rel="prev">ntp.conf Files</a>, Up: <a href="#ntp_002econf-Notes" accesskey="u" rel="up">ntp.conf Notes</a> &nbsp; </p>
</div>
-
-<h4 class="subsection">ntp.conf See Also</h4>
-
+<a name="ntp_002econf-See-Also-1"></a>
+<h4 class="subsection">1.1.9 ntp.conf See Also</h4>
<p><code>ntpd(1ntpdmdoc)</code>,
<code>ntpdc(1ntpdcmdoc)</code>,
<code>ntpq(1ntpqmdoc)</code>
-
- <p>In addition to the manual pages provided,
+</p>
+<p>In addition to the manual pages provided,
comprehensive documentation is available on the world wide web
at
-<code>http://www.ntp.org/</code>.
+<code>http://www.ntp.org/</code>.
A snapshot of this documentation is available in HTML format in
-<span class="file">/usr/share/doc/ntp</span>.
+<samp>/usr/share/doc/ntp</samp>.
<br>
-
- <p><br>
-David L. Mills, <em>Network Time Protocol (Version 4)</em>, RFC5905
-<div class="node">
-<p><hr>
-<a name="ntp_002econf-Bugs"></a>
+</p>
<br>
+<p>David L. Mills, <em>Network Time Protocol (Version 4)</em>, RFC5905
+</p><hr>
+<a name="ntp_002econf-Bugs"></a>
+<div class="header">
+<p>
+Previous: <a href="#ntp_002econf-See-Also" accesskey="p" rel="prev">ntp.conf See Also</a>, Up: <a href="#ntp_002econf-Notes" accesskey="u" rel="up">ntp.conf Notes</a> &nbsp; </p>
</div>
-
-<h4 class="subsection">ntp.conf Bugs</h4>
-
+<a name="ntp_002econf-Bugs-1"></a>
+<h4 class="subsection">1.1.10 ntp.conf Bugs</h4>
<p>The syntax checking is not picky; some combinations of
ridiculous and even hilarious options and modes may not be
detected.
-
- <p>The
-<span class="file">ntpkey_</span><kbd>host</kbd>
+</p>
+<p>The
+<samp>ntpkey_</samp><kbd>host</kbd>
files are really digital
-certificates.
+certificates.
These should be obtained via secure directory
-services when they become universally available.
-<div class="node">
-<p><hr>
-<a name="ntp_002econf-Notes"></a>
-<br>
+services when they become universally available.
+</p><hr>
+<div class="header">
+<p>
+ &nbsp; </p>
</div>
-
-<h4 class="subsection">ntp.conf Notes</h4>
-
+<a name="ntp_002econf-Notes-1"></a>
+<h4 class="subsection">1.1.11 ntp.conf Notes</h4>
<p>This document was derived from FreeBSD.
+</p><hr>
+
-</body></html>
+</body>
+</html>
diff --git a/ntpd/ntp.conf.man.in b/ntpd/ntp.conf.man.in
index 8f6c99c98503..d1d9ca562018 100644
--- a/ntpd/ntp.conf.man.in
+++ b/ntpd/ntp.conf.man.in
@@ -10,11 +10,11 @@
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+.TH ntp.conf 5 "20 Feb 2019" "4.2.8p13" "File Formats"
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+.\" EDIT THIS FILE WITH CAUTION (in-mem file)
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-.\" It has been AutoGen-ed August 14, 2018 at 08:28:54 AM by AutoGen 5.18.5
+.\" It has been AutoGen-ed February 20, 2019 at 09:56:43 AM by AutoGen 5.18.5
.\" From the definitions ntp.conf.def
.\" and the template file agman-cmd.tpl
.SH NAME
diff --git a/ntpd/ntp.conf.mdoc.in b/ntpd/ntp.conf.mdoc.in
index 3fa7f8d34707..a1c795da2cf8 100644
--- a/ntpd/ntp.conf.mdoc.in
+++ b/ntpd/ntp.conf.mdoc.in
@@ -1,9 +1,9 @@
-.Dd August 14 2018
+.Dd February 20 2019
.Dt NTP_CONF 5 File Formats
.Os
.\" EDIT THIS FILE WITH CAUTION (ntp.mdoc)
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.\" From the definitions ntp.conf.def
.\" and the template file agmdoc-cmd.tpl
.Sh NAME
diff --git a/ntpd/ntp.keys.5man b/ntpd/ntp.keys.5man
index e52d94d3e423..2642c5660b81 100644
--- a/ntpd/ntp.keys.5man
+++ b/ntpd/ntp.keys.5man
@@ -1,8 +1,8 @@
-.TH ntp.keys 5man "14 Aug 2018" "4.2.8p12" "File Formats"
+.TH ntp.keys 5man "20 Feb 2019" "4.2.8p13" "File Formats"
.\"
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.Sh NAME
diff --git a/ntpd/ntp.keys.5mdoc b/ntpd/ntp.keys.5mdoc
index 8f4190c813b2..8a2dbcbc8938 100644
--- a/ntpd/ntp.keys.5mdoc
+++ b/ntpd/ntp.keys.5mdoc
@@ -1,9 +1,9 @@
-.Dd August 14 2018
+.Dd February 20 2019
.Dt NTP_KEYS 5mdoc File Formats
-.Os SunOS 5.10
+.Os FreeBSD 11.2-RELEASE_SI
.\" EDIT THIS FILE WITH CAUTION (ntp.mdoc)
.\"
-.\" It has been AutoGen-ed August 14, 2018 at 08:29:18 AM by AutoGen 5.18.5
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.Sh NAME
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index 25fb763f1d32..08d89221c5cf 100644
--- a/ntpd/ntp.keys.html
+++ b/ntpd/ntp.keys.html
@@ -1,101 +1,143 @@
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+<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
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-<body>
-<h1 class="settitle">NTP Symmetric Key</h1>
-<div class="node">
-<p><hr>
-<a name="Top"></a>Next:&nbsp;<a rel="next" accesskey="n" href="#ntp_002ekeys-Description">ntp.keys Description</a>,
-Previous:&nbsp;<a rel="previous" accesskey="p" href="#dir">(dir)</a>,
-Up:&nbsp;<a rel="up" accesskey="u" href="#dir">(dir)</a>
-<br>
-</div>
-<h2 class="unnumbered">NTP's Symmetric Key File User Manual</h2>
+<body lang="en">
+<h1 class="settitle" align="center">NTP Symmetric Key</h1>
-<p>This document describes the symmetric key file for the NTP Project's
-<code>ntpd</code> program.
- <p>This document applies to version 4.2.8p12 of <code>ntp.keys</code>.
- <div class="shortcontents">
-<h2>Short Contents</h2>
-<ul>
-<a href="#Top">NTP's Symmetric Key File User Manual</a>
-</ul>
+
+
+<a name="Top"></a>
+<div class="header">
+<p>
+Next: <a href="#ntp_002ekeys-Description" accesskey="n" rel="next">ntp.keys Description</a>, Previous: <a href="dir.html#Top" accesskey="p" rel="prev">(dir)</a>, Up: <a href="dir.html#Top" accesskey="u" rel="up">(dir)</a> &nbsp; </p>
</div>
+<a name="NTP_0027s-Symmetric-Key-File-User-Manual"></a>
+<h1 class="top">NTP&rsquo;s Symmetric Key File User Manual</h1>
-<ul class="menu">
-<li><a accesskey="1" href="#ntp_002ekeys-Description">ntp.keys Description</a>
-<li><a accesskey="2" href="#ntp_002ekeys-Notes">ntp.keys Notes</a>
-</ul>
+<p>This document describes the symmetric key file for the NTP Project&rsquo;s
+<code>ntpd</code> program.
+</p>
+<p>This document applies to version 4.2.8p13 of <code>ntp.keys</code>.
+</p>
+<a name="SEC_Overview"></a>
+<h2 class="shortcontents-heading">Short Table of Contents</h2>
-<div class="node">
-<p><hr>
-<a name="ntp_002ekeys-Description"></a>Previous:&nbsp;<a rel="previous" accesskey="p" href="#Top">Top</a>,
-Up:&nbsp;<a rel="up" accesskey="u" href="#Top">Top</a>
-<br>
+<div class="shortcontents">
+<ul class="no-bullet">
+<li><a name="stoc-Description" href="#toc-Description">1 Description</a></li>
+</ul>
</div>
-<!-- node-name, next, previous, up -->
-<h3 class="section">Description</h3>
+
+<table class="menu" border="0" cellspacing="0">
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#ntp_002ekeys-Description" accesskey="1">ntp.keys Description</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">
+</td></tr>
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#ntp_002ekeys-Notes" accesskey="2">ntp.keys Notes</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">
+</td></tr>
+</table>
+
+<hr>
+<a name="ntp_002ekeys-Description"></a>
+<div class="header">
+<p>
+Previous: <a href="#Top" accesskey="p" rel="prev">Top</a>, Up: <a href="#Top" accesskey="u" rel="up">Top</a> &nbsp; </p>
+</div>
+<a name="Description"></a>
+<h2 class="chapter">1 Description</h2>
<p>The name and location of the symmetric key file for <code>ntpd</code> can
be specified in a configuration file, by default <code>/etc/ntp.keys</code>.
+</p>
+<table class="menu" border="0" cellspacing="0">
+<tr><td align="left" valign="top">&bull; <a href="#ntp_002ekeys-Notes" accesskey="1">ntp.keys Notes</a>:</td><td>&nbsp;&nbsp;</td><td align="left" valign="top">
+</td></tr>
+</table>
-<div class="node">
-<p><hr>
+<hr>
<a name="ntp_002ekeys-Notes"></a>
-<br>
+<div class="header">
+<p>
+Previous: <a href="#ntp_002ekeys-See-Also" accesskey="p" rel="prev">ntp.keys See Also</a>, Up: <a href="#ntp_002ekeys-Description" accesskey="u" rel="up">ntp.keys Description</a> &nbsp; </p>
</div>
+<a name="Notes-about-ntp_002ekeys"></a>
+<h3 class="section">1.1 Notes about ntp.keys</h3>
+<a name="index-ntp_002ekeys"></a>
+<a name="index-NTP-symmetric-key-file-format"></a>
-<h3 class="section">Notes about ntp.keys</h3>
-<p><a name="index-ntp_002ekeys-1"></a><a name="index-NTP-symmetric-key-file-format-2"></a>
- <p>This document describes the format of an NTP symmetric key file.
+<p>This document describes the format of an NTP symmetric key file.
For a description of the use of this type of file, see the
-"Authentication Support"
+&quot;Authentication Support&quot;
section of the
<code>ntp.conf(5)</code>
page.
-
- <p><code>ntpd(8)</code>
+</p>
+<p><code>ntpd(8)</code>
reads its keys from a file specified using the
<code>-k</code>
command line option or the
<code>keys</code>
-statement in the configuration file.
+statement in the configuration file.
While key number 0 is fixed by the NTP standard
(as 56 zero bits)
and may not be changed,
one or more keys numbered between 1 and 65535
may be arbitrarily set in the keys file.
-
- <p>The key file uses the same comment conventions
-as the configuration file.
+</p>
+<p>The key file uses the same comment conventions
+as the configuration file.
Key entries use a fixed format of the form
+</p>
+<div class="example">
+<pre class="example"><kbd>keyno</kbd> <kbd>type</kbd> <kbd>key</kbd> <kbd>opt_IP_list</kbd>
+</pre></div>
-<pre class="example"> <kbd>keyno</kbd> <kbd>type</kbd> <kbd>key</kbd> <kbd>opt_IP_list</kbd>
-</pre>
- <p>where
+<p>where
<kbd>keyno</kbd>
is a positive integer (between 1 and 65535),
<kbd>type</kbd>
@@ -106,111 +148,120 @@ is the key itself, and
is an optional comma-separated list of IPs
where the
<kbd>keyno</kbd>
-should be trusted.
-that are allowed to serve time.
+should be trusted.
+that are allowed to serve time.
Each IP in
<kbd>opt_IP_list</kbd>
may contain an optional
<code>/subnetbits</code>
specification which identifies the number of bits for
-the desired subnet of trust.
+the desired subnet of trust.
If
<kbd>opt_IP_list</kbd>
is empty,
any properly-authenticated message will be
accepted.
-
- <p>The
+</p>