Drift file not updating

If it's been running for many months, as you say, then that isn't it. I'm not sure about Ubuntu but on Red Hat based systems that's in /etc/sysconfig/ntpd.

You can look there or refer to your hardware's documentation.

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# ntpq -np remote refid st t when poll reach delay offset jitter ============================================================================== 91.189.94.4 1.14 2 u 30 64 7 108.518 -0.136 0.361 reply from .134: offset 6.715003 delay 0.041152, next query 30s reply from 2.34: offset 6.700224 delay 0.036263, next query 31s adjusting local clock by 6.734120s reply from .156: offset 6.708575 delay 0.035885, next query 30s reply from .134: offset 6.701463 delay 0.044199, next query 33s Got it. NTPd will "slew" your clock back into sync gradually.

The Ohio National Guard can be traced back to the initial settlement at Marietta, Ohio, in July 1788.

Rooted in the English and early colonial tradition of citizen-soldiers providing local protection and law enforcement, these Revolutionary War veterans and their families quickly organized into local militia units.

shows that my time is accurate to within 0.000216 seconds.

I then bought a new (certified refurbished, actually) i Mac and migrated everything over from a Time Machine backup. When I unlock the system preference, the time then synchronizes to the correct time immediately. I read this answer and now have a total of 3 time-servers, but it doesn't seem to solve my problem.

A sudden change in time can cause big problems for certain running processes so NTP works by speeding up or slowing down the length of a second to gradually make adjustments.

Yes, the kernel will start with the hardware clock on boot since on boot that is it's only reference.

Many units conduct Annual Training at Camp Grayling, Michigan.

On May 4, 1970, Guard units infamously opened fire onto a crowd of both Vietnam War protestors and simple bystanders on the campus of Kent State University, killing four and wounding nine others, an event known as the Kent State shootings.

As of September 2010, its end strength exceeded 11,400 soldiers.

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