timedsetup - Performs initial setup of the time server daemon (timed).
The timedsetup command is an interactive script that can be used to perform initial time service configuration for your system.
By default, timed does not start at boot time. The timedsetup script asks if you want the timed daemon to be started at boot time, and prompts you for any flags to pass to the timed daemon whenever it is invoked. The script then starts the timed daemon.
For more information on the timed flags, see the timed(8) reference page.
The timed daemon is provided for compatibility. Tru64 UNIX also provides support for the Network Time Protocol (NTP) through the xntpd daemon. Digital recommends you use NTP for time synchronization. If your system is configured to run NTP, the timedsetup command passes the -E and -M options to the timed daemon by default.
In configurations with two or more hosts each connected to the same two or more subnetworks, only one of the host can run the timed with the -M option.
Specifies the command pathname The timed startup and shutdown script Specifies timed parameters pertinent to a specific system
Commands: timed(8), xntpd(8), ntpsetup(8) delim off