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    This message indicates that your clock is drifting faster than the maximum allowed threshold. It does not matter if your system time is in sync as long as there is no significant drift. I will, however, try to make sure the drift detection is working correctly as it may give false positives at this point.

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    System time is synced as far as I can see. Last sync this morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awg View Post
    System time is synced as far as I can see. Last sync this morning.
    Is that message repeating all the time or did it appear once? From what you quoted the time offset was more than 20 seconds off the NTP time at the time of sync.. Is it possible that your system clock is drifting that fast?

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    Quote Originally Posted by piopawlu View Post
    Is that message repeating all the time or did it appear once? From what you quoted the time offset was more than 20 seconds off the NTP time at the time of sync.. Is it possible that your system clock is drifting that fast?
    It appears every few minutes, but the clock seems always synced. There is a way to send you a complete log?

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    Not under Windows at the moment.. Can you tell me if the offset displayed by consequent syncs is changing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by piopawlu View Post
    Not under Windows at the moment.. Can you tell me if the offset displayed by consequent syncs is changing?
    I've rebooted the pc. First time syncing:

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    [time][i]Synchronizing time via NTP
    [i]Removed 0 of 3 AC
    [feed][i]sent 3 planes in 1 packets
    [time][e]Time synchronized, offset +1.0984 seconds, drift +0.0000 seconds
    [time][w]Clock drift -1.0773 is too high, suspending data feed
    After some minutes:
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    [time][i]Synchronizing time via NTP
    [feed][i]sent 3 planes in 1 packets
    [i]Removed 0 of 5 AC
    [time][e]Time synchronized, offset +1.0903 seconds, drift +0.0000 seconds
    [time][w]Clock drift -0.0080 is too high, suspending data feed
    Last edited by awg; 2014-12-23 at 13:46.

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    You can ignore it for now.. I will try to investigate it further and get a new build after xmas.

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    Have a look on this KB mate

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/821893
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    I had this time drifting issue too (windows version). Rolled back to previous working version.
    Last edited by eshabi; 2014-12-23 at 14:17.

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    Micro$oft is "killing" the feeders
    Switch to a Rpi or a Bananapi, it will save you money and no more headaches.

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