The options for the timed command are:
Run in foreground (for debugging).
Recognize the named network.
Ignore the named network.
Place tracing information in /usr/adm/timed.log.
Allow this time daemon to become a master.
A time daemon started without this option will always be a slave.
Allow machines to use
in an NTP environment. In this case, use the
flags in conjunction.
will act as a master to other
nodes, but will slave itself to the local clock
updates performed by NTP.
Specify list of trusted hosts.
Specify netgroup for trusted hosts.
The network name can be either a number (such as 10.0.118.0)
or a name as defined in the /etc/networks file.
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 02 June 2005