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[Xen-users] Xen : Time issues

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Subject: [Xen-users] Xen : Time issues
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Date: Tue, 07 Jul 2009 17:43:12 +0200
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Hi everyone,

I'm working in a firm that monitor wan networks.
We have several nagios installed on virtual machines.

Recently we noticed that the DomU's clocks are not synced with the Dom0 and the
clocks are wrong.
So we tried to sync DomU's via openntpd but it generates errors in nagios. Logs
indicate "Time goes back".

So we want to sync DomU with Dom0 and sync Dom0 with openntpd.
What do you think about this solution ?
Is there a way to sync DomU with Dom0 ?
What is the best way to sync DomU's ?


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