[time-nuts] Timing performance of servers
magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org
Sat Oct 27 10:22:46 EDT 2012
On 10/25/2012 01:17 PM, Bob Camp wrote:
> Judah Levine (probably spelled his name wrong) from NIST has a series of papers on this. They go back into the 90's.
For once you got his name right :)
I will go back to his papers (NIST has 106 papers with his name on it)
as there is surely a lot of things that he written that can be useful.
However, I wonder if he ever bothered to illustrate the issues that I
wanted to educate folks with.
Judah showed the NIST time clock labs for us. They are now up to 386
based machines to maintain the NIST time-scales. They only do work every
12 min anyway, so it doesn't really care if they can cut time from 4 s
to 0,4 s.
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