I have operates such large scale systems which are backed by NTP.
I have also seen NTP deomen going down without coming back too.
Also it was kinda common that some of the newly added machines didn't have
NTP running on it. (yes , even after using
configuration engines like cfEngine , etch etc)
As the risk here is deletion rather than some other trivial issues , i had
On Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 10:08 PM, Electric Owl email@example.com:
On Oct 27, 5:23 pm, Vineeth Mohan vineethmo...@algotree.com wrote:
that means that if the time is not synced up and if some reordering
we might loose a document before it "actually" expires.
Looks like a bug to me.
Presumably if you are operating a cluster you will have all the
servers getting their time from the same NTP server and syncing on a
I couldn't say whether it is a bug or not but maybe you need to
consider your system/network architecture first before declaring it
On Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 9:20 PM, Benjamin Devèze
The TTL feature assume that the time is synced up cluster wide