TIMESYNC(8)                                           TIMESYNC(8)

          timesync - synchronize the system clock to a time source

          aux/timesync [ -a accuracy ] [ -S stratum ] [ -s netroot ] [
          -frnDdLilG ] [ timeserver ]

          Aux/timesync synchronizes the system clock to a time source,
          by default a file server.  The options are:

          -f   synchronize to a file server.  If timeserver is miss-
               ing, use /srv/boot.

          -r   synchronize to the local real time clock, #r/rtc.

          -L   used with -r to indicate the real time clock is in
               local time rather than GMT.  This is useful on PCs that
               also run the Windows OS.

          -n   synchronize to an NTP server.  If timeserver is miss-
               ing, dial the server udp!$ntp!ntp.

          -D   print debugging to standard error

          -d   put file containing last determined clock frequency in
               directory dir, default /tmp.

          -i   stands for impotent.  Timesync announces what it would
               do but doesn't do it.  This is useful for tracking
               alternate time sources.

          -a   specifies the accuracy in nanoseconds to which the
               clock should be synchronized.  This determines how
               often the reference clock is accessed.

          -G   causes timesync to use a gps server (see gpsfs(8)) as a
               time source.

          -s   causes timesync to listen for UDP NTP requests on the
               network rooted at netroot. Up to 4 -s options are

          -S   sets the stratum number to stratum.

          -l   turns on logging to /sys/log/timesync.

          /tmp/ts.<sysname>.<type>.timeserver  where the last fre-
                                               quency guess is kept

     TIMESYNC(8)                                           TIMESYNC(8)

          /sys/log/timesync                    log file