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/contrib/ntp/scripts/checktime.in

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 1#! @PATH_PERL@
 2#! @PATH_PERL@ -d
 3# 
 4# This script compares the time of several machines with the
 5# time on the local host.
 6#
 7# Use or modify it as you wish. 
 8#
 9# As the original author is only expecting 14 minutes of fame, 
10# leaving his name attached would be appreciated.
11#
12# R. Gary Cutbill <rgary@chrysalis.com>
13# 21 April 1999
14#
15$tol=2.0;
16$|=1;
17print "Time Check";
18
19open(HOSTS,"ypcat hosts.byaddr |");  # get a list of hosts from the yp server.
20
21while ($line=<HOSTS>) { # loop for each host getting the offset compared to localhost
22	($addr,$host,$aliases)=split(/\s+/,$line,3);
23        $res=`/usr/local/bin/ntptrace -m 1 -r 1 -t 1 $host`;
24	print ".";
25	chop $res;
26        push (@results,$res);
27}
28print "\n";
29
30
31#
32# Sort the list of hosts, and print out there offsets
33# from the local host.  
34#
35@list=sort appropriately @results;
36foreach $i ( @list ) {
37
38   @dargs=split(/\s+/,$i);
39   if ( $dargs[1] eq "\*Timeout\*" ) { 
40     print "$i\n";
41     chop $dargs[0];
42     push(@down,$dargs[0]);
43   } else {
44     printf "%-25s %7s %3s %6s %10s %5s %8s %8s\n",@dargs;
45     if ( ( $dargs[4] > $tol ) || ( $dargs[4] < -$tol ) ) { 
46	 chop $dargs[0];
47         push(@toofarout,$dargs[0]); }
48   }
49}
50#
51# When the above list finishes, hosts that are different by +/- $tol (two seconds)
52# are in @toofarout.  Hosts that are down are in @down. They are treated the same
53# way here, but you might want to do something different depending on your site.
54#
55# print a set of suggested rsh commands to run on the hosts that 
56# don't have "good" time.   "restartntp" is left as an excersize to the reader.
57# I usually use it to kill a running xntpd, ntpdate some server, and the start xntp
58# again.
59# 
60print "\nConsider:\n";
61foreach $i ( (@down,@toofarout) ) {
62    print "  rsh $i sudo restartntp\n";
63}
64
65
66#
67# sort the results from the list.  First by stratum, then by time deviation
68# Put hosts that didn't respond (timed out) on the bottom.
69#
70sub appropriately {
71    @af=split(/\s+/,$a);
72    @bf=split(/\s+/,$b);
73    $aba= ($af[4]<0)?-$af[4]:$af[4];
74    $abb= ($bf[4]<0)?-$bf[4]:$bf[4];
75
76        ( $af[1] ne $bf[1] ) ? $bf[1] cmp $af[1] :
77	   ( ( $af[2] != $bf[2] ) ? ( $bf[2] <=> $af[2] ) :
78	     ( ( $aba != $abb )  ? ( $abb <=> $aba ) : ($af[0] cmp $bf[0] ) ) );
79}