[time-nuts] GPS Leap Second

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Fri Aug 5 04:55:05 EDT 2005


In message <42F2520D.1060705 at jimking.net>, Jim King writes:
>M. Warner Losh wrote:
>
>>We started seeing the GPS future leap second being broadcast today
>>here.  Just as a sanity check, are others seeing it as well?
>>
>>Warner
>>  
>>
>
>I noticed it yesterday in my ntpd clockstats file, although in a 
>somewhat alarming fashion:
>
>53586 1.311 127.127.30.0 ONCORE[0]: Leap second (1) scheduled for 
>1Feb2006 at 0:0:0
>
>It appears that either ntpd or my Oncore (an M12 V1.3) thinks that the 
>leap second is a month later than what everybody else thinks.

I bet that is the usual struct tm bug:

           int tm_mon;     /* month of year (0 - 11) */


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