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get_leap_script [2015/06/30 08:54]
admin [Script - Get leap second file]
get_leap_script [2015/06/30 08:59] (current)
admin [Test]
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 expire=201512280000 expire=201512280000
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-    * **leap** = warning indicator (0-3)+    * **leap** = warning indicator (0-3)<​code> ​      ​LI ​      ​Value ​    ​Meaning 
 +      ------------------------------------------------------- 
 +      00       ​0 ​        no warning 
 +      01       ​1 ​        last minute has 61 seconds 
 +      10       ​2 ​        last minute has 59 seconds) 
 +      11       ​3 ​        alarm condition (clock not synchronized)</​code>​
     * **leapsec** = NTP seconds when the next leap second is/was inserted     * **leapsec** = NTP seconds when the next leap second is/was inserted
     * **expire** = NTP seconds when the NIST leapseconds file expires     * **expire** = NTP seconds when the NIST leapseconds file expires
get_leap_script.txt · Last modified: 2015/06/30 08:59 by admin