Migration of the NTP configuration can be done from the Migration Tool or through the command line.
The migration procedure reads the NetWare NTP/Timesync configuration file and maps its parameters to the equivalents in NTP Linux. During the migration process, the existing ntp.conf file is backed up and saved as ntp.conf.old in the /etc directory and the new parameters are saved in /etc/ntp.conf. If NTP is already configured on the target server while configuring eDirectory, this configuration is overwritten.
Launch the Migration Tool in one of the following ways:
Terminal: Log in as the root user and at a terminal prompt, enter miggui
Configure the source and target parameters.
For details on configuring source and target server information, selecting a migration type, loading and saving a project, and all buttons, see Section 2.0, Overview of the Migration GUI.
Selectfrom , click . The status changes from to .
Clickto start the migration process. The status changes from to .
NOTE:Use the> tab to check for errors during migration. Fix the errors and restart the migration procedure if necessary.
To run the NTP migration utility through the command line, run the following command on the target server with the required parameters:
migtime -s <source IP address>
migtime -s xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx