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Occasional Contributor II
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Registered: ‎11-27-2014

Leap query

Hello,

 

In our environment we operate a 'master / master-standby' model. We are looking to disable the NTP services on the controllers in recognition of the leap second later this month. We have had no issue configuring this on the master, but are unable to remove the configuration from the standby? The 'no ntp server' command isn't an option in the CLI, yet the 'show ntp status' reveals the controller is still communicating with the NTP server.

 

Any advice on this please?

 

Thanks

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Re: Leap query

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SumaN
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Re: Leap query

Interestingly, in the GUI the NTP entries are there, but the options to delete are greyed out.

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Re: Leap query

Using 6.4.2.5

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Re: Leap query

You need to be on the active master to delete the NTP servers...



Colin Joseph
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Occasional Contributor II
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Re: Leap query

Thanks cjoseph,

 

I've done this on the active master with the 'no ntp server' command. However, when I review the NTP status on the secondary they still show as connected to the NTP peer?

 

Is there a command on the master to remove them from the secondary?

 

 

 

 

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Re: Leap query

Do a write mem or save configuration on the master so that the config is pushed.


Colin Joseph
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Re: Leap query

Doh, that'll do it, thanks...

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