what's the relation between the system clock and the cmos clock when no
'clock -[u]a' is issued?
yesterday I followed the instructions on 'man clock'; today I checked
the system time and it was 00:26s ahead; then I issued a 'clock -s' and
after that the system clock was 00:03s behind!
I understand I must set the first parameter in /etc/adjtime to 3 and set
/etc/crontab to run 'clock -ua' regularly; thats fine!
the problem is: if cron runs 'clock -ua' *ONCE* a day I'll have a 00:29s
"gap" that could confuse programs like make; do I have to run 'clock
-ua' every 10 minutes? is there a way to tune the system clock to be
closer to the cmos clock so that 'clock -au' won't cause such a huge
Otavio Exel /<\oo/>\