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PRs for manpage 'ntpd(8)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'ntpd(8)' as of Fri May 30 07:38:28 2014 UTC. See notes.

PRs for manpage 'ntpd(8)':
o2013/12/31bin/185371ntpd(8) vulnerable to being used for DDOS
o2013/11/14bin/183967ntpd(8): ntpd logs different version to syslog versus --version
o2013/06/25bin/179963ntpd(8) tries to bind IFDISABLED IPv6 addresses
o2012/06/26bin/169439[patch] ntpd(8): Stock ntpd segfaults when used with GPS pps source
o2011/05/17bin/157104[patch] ntpd(8) with -DDISABLE_IPV6 gives a lot of error messages
o2011/04/18bin/156484ntpd(8) regularly flips between PLL and FLL mode (time sync status change 6001/2001)
o2010/11/23bin/152525ntpd(8) on 8.1 loops on select() with EBADF
o2010/07/22bin/148836robertontpd(8): [patch] Update to NTP in base system
o2010/03/16conf/144804ntpd(8) cannot resolve hostnames at system start
o2009/12/08bin/141264ntpd(8) crashes when tries to use an oncore reference clock
o2008/11/15bin/128886ntpd(8): ntpd -L flag doesn't work
o2008/05/27bin/124049ntpd(8): ntpd is crashing at startup
o2008/02/24bin/121059ntpd(8) doesn't sync with servers after dhclient changes IP
o2007/07/30bin/115054ntpd(8): NTP errors out on startup but restart of NTP fixes problem
o2007/06/11conf/113552[request] ntpd(8) driftfile default location inconsistently referenced
15 problems total.


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