Commit 0d37364d authored by Eric S. Raymond's avatar Eric S. Raymond

Spellcheck all documentation.

parent d59ed4c3
......@@ -90,8 +90,6 @@ they are salvageable.
* Short doc on how to tell your ntpd is running correctly.
Perhaps lifted from GPSD Time Service HOWTO?
* Run everything through a spell checker.
* These manpages have no corresponding material inside docs/. Is that OK?
ntpd/ntp.keys.txt
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......@@ -294,7 +294,7 @@ should consist of:
git format-patch. Bulleted list items are also OK.
* In some cases it may be appropriate to end your summary line with a comma
or elipsis ("...") to indicate that it runs dictly into a following paragraph.
or ellipsis ("...") to indicate that it runs dictly into a following paragraph.
You should still try to make the summary self-contained when you do this.
Finally, it is not necessary (and is in fact bad style) to list all
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......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ include::includes/accopt.txt[]
== Commands and Options ==
Unless noted otherwise, further information about these ccommands is on
Unless noted otherwise, further information about these commands is on
the link:accopt.html[Access Control Support] page.
include::includes/access-commands.txt[]
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......@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ change in 2013.
Audio drivers for the NIST time stations WWV and WWVH have already
been removed from the distribution because they pre-dated the 2013
modulation change. The remaining CHU and IRIG drivers are a
significant maintainance problem, are deprecated, and are likely to be
significant maintainence problem, are deprecated, and are likely to be
removed in a future release unless a significant user constituency for
them makes itself known.
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......@@ -107,7 +107,7 @@ and remote configuration commands must be cryptographically
authenticated using either symmetric key or public key cryptography. If
this flag is disabled, these operations are effective even if not
cryptographic authenticated. It should be understood that operating with
theauthflag disabled invites a significant vulnerability where a rogue
the +auth+ flag disabled invites a significant vulnerability where a rogue
hacker can masquerade as a falseticker and seriously disrupt system
timekeeping. It is important to note that this flag has no purpose other
than to allow or disallow a new association in response to new broadcast
......@@ -215,7 +215,7 @@ selects the key used as the password for the {ntpqman} utility.
//It is also important to note that Autokey verifies authenticity using
//the host name, network address and public keys, all of which are bound
//together by the protocol specifically to deflect masquerade attacks. For
//this reason Autokey includes the source and destinatino IP addresses in
//this reason Autokey includes the source and destinatinon IP addresses in
//message digest computations and so the same addresses must be available
//at both the server and client. For this reason operation with network
//address translation schemes is not possible. This reflects the intended
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......@@ -195,7 +195,7 @@ the host name and +group+ is the group name. If +host+ is omitted,
the name defaults to the string returned by the Unix +gethostname()+
routine, ordinarily the DNS name of the host. Thus, for host
+beauregard.udel.edu+ the option +-s @red+ specifies the Autokey host
name +beauegard.udel.edu@red+.
name +beauregard.udel.edu@red+.
A subnet host with a given group name will discard ASSOC packets from
all subnets with a different group name. This effectively disables the
......@@ -320,7 +320,7 @@ and for the other hosts the same commands without the +-T+ option. This
generates an RSA private/public host key file and a self-signed
certificate file for the RSA digital signature algorithm with the MD5
message digest algorithm. For the THs a trusted certificate is
generated; for the others a nontreusted certificate is generated.
generated; for the others a nontrusted certificate is generated.
Include in the +{ntpconf}+ configuration file for all hosts other than
the primary servers, A, B and R, something like
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......@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ include::includes/clockopt.txt[]
'''''
[[addrs]]
== Reference Clock Adddresses ==
== Reference Clock Addresses ==
Unless noted otherwise, further information about these commands is on
the link:refclock.html[Reference Clock Support] page.
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......@@ -163,7 +163,7 @@ the following table gives the corresponding tally codes used in the
| +0+ | +sel_reject+ | | discarded as not valid (TEST10-TEST13)
| +1+ | +sel_falsetick+ | +x+ | discarded by intersection algorithm
| +2+ | +sel_excess+ | +.+ | discarded by table overflow (not used)
| +3+ | +sel_outlyer+ | +-+ | discarded by the cluster algorithm
| +3+ | +sel_outlier+ | +-+ | discarded by the cluster algorithm
| +4+ | +sel_candidate+ | +++ | included by the combine algorithm
| +5+ | +sel_backup+ | +#+ | backup (more than +tos maxclock+ sources)
| +6+ | +sel_sys.peer+ | +*+ | system peer
......
......@@ -332,7 +332,7 @@ configuration file.
The use of cryptographic authentication is always a good idea in any
server discovery scheme. Both symmetric key and public key cryptography
can be used in the same scenarios as described above for the
broadast/multicast scheme.
broadcast/multicast scheme.
//=== Manycast Interactions with Autokey ===
//
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......@@ -140,7 +140,7 @@ be selected using bits 4 to 6 of the mode field.
*Caveat:* Using higher line speeds does not necessarily increase the
precision of the timing device. Higher line speeds are not necessarily
helpful for the NMEA driver, either. They can be used to accomodate for
helpful for the NMEA driver, either. They can be used to accommodate
an amount of data that does not fit into a 1-second cycle at 4800 bps,
but high-speed high-volume NMEA data is likely to cause trouble with the
serial line driver since NMEA supports no protocol handshake. Any
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......@@ -315,7 +315,7 @@ restrict 11.22.33.9 nomodify
restrict 127.0.0.1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
There are a few +#defineS+ in the code that you might wish to play with:
There are a few +#defines+ in the code that you might wish to play with:
+ARCRON_KEEN+::
With this defined, the code is relatively trusting of the clock, and
......
......@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ hardware platforms:
|=============================================================================
*Attention*: Thunderbolt Receiver has not being tested on the previous
software and hardware plataforms.
software and hardware platforms.
== GPS Receiver ==
......@@ -422,7 +422,7 @@ Thunderbolt can output 2 synchronous packets.
| 36-43| | Latitude |Double | |radians
| 44-51| | Longitude |Double | |radians
| 52-59| | Altitude |Double | |Meters
| 60-67| | Spare | | |For Future Expantion
| 60-67| | Spare | | |For Future Expansion
|=================================================================================
......
......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ However, there has been one success report using Linux 2.4.20 and PPSkit
The Jupiter receivers seem to have quite a few names. They are
referred to at least as Rockwell receivers, Navman receivers, Zodiac
receivers, Conexant receivers and (formerly) SiRF Technology receivers
(SiRF has since noved to selling a very suvccessful line of
(SiRF has since moved to selling a very successful line of
consumer-grade GPS chips based on its own designs). Rockwell seems to
be the original and most commonly used name.
......
......@@ -31,8 +31,8 @@ server 127.127.40.X mode 1;;
fudge 127.127.40.X time1 0.NNN flag1 {0|1};;
Time1 may specify a constant to be added to the time offset for the
time from the receiver, a fixed-point decimal number in seconds. You
may specify the time offset from several tens of milli-seconds (
0.0NN seconds ) to a hundred and several tens of milli-seconds (
may specify the time offset from several tens of milliseconds (
0.0NN seconds ) to a hundred and several tens of milliseconds (
0.1NN seconds ) for this clock. +
Flag1 has no effect for time synchronization. When flag1 is set to
1, status commands are issued before DATE and STIM commands, and
......@@ -221,7 +221,7 @@ command and measures the delay of the telephone line and the system processing t
+
The round trip time through the Telphone JJY loopback circuit is
measured 5 times, and each delay time is greater than 700
milli-seconds, that delay time is ignored during average delay time
milliseconds, that delay time is ignored during average delay time
calculation. Also, if the valid delay time ( <= 700 mS. ) is
measured more than 3 times, the maximum delay time among the valid
delay times is ignored, and if the valid delay time is measured more
......@@ -230,10 +230,10 @@ marking/grading sports judgment.
+
The adjustment time is calculated by the formula, multiply ( the
measured round trip time ) by ( ( the mode number ) - 100 ) %,
and the adjustment delay time is added to the syncronizing time.
and the adjustment delay time is added to the synchronizing time.
+
If you choose the automatic delay ajustment, in other words, the mode
101 to 180 is specifed, the recommended mode number is 145 to 165.
If you choose the automatic delay adjustment, in other words, the mode
101 to 180 is specified, the recommended mode number is 145 to 165.
+
The default polling interval 6 ( 64 seconds ) is too short for this
mode. The "minpoll" should be set to greater than or equal to 8 ( 256
......@@ -363,11 +363,11 @@ filegen clockstats file clockstats type day enable
.Mark of the clockstats record
[width="100%",cols="<50%,<50%",]
|============================================================
|+JJY+ | Infomation message ( This refclock starts or stops. )
|+JJY+ | Information message ( This refclock starts or stops. )
|+-->+ | Sent data
|+<--+ | Received data
|+---+ | Infomation message
|+===+ | Infomation message ( Start of each polling, and sync. time. )
|+---+ | Information message
|+===+ | Information message ( Start of each polling, and sync. time. )
|+-W-+ | Warning message
|+-X-+ | Error message
|============================================================
......
......@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ Default setting is 0 = don't synchronize to CMOS clock.
link:clockopt.html[+flag2 {0 | 1}+]::
You can allow the NeoClock4X driver to use the quartz clock even if it
is never synchronized to a radio clock. This is usally not a good idea
is never synchronized to a radio clock. This is usually not a good idea
if you want preceise timestamps since the CMOS clock is maybe not
adjusted to a dst status change. So *PLEASE* switch this only on if you
now what you're doing.
......
......@@ -107,7 +107,7 @@ cannot be fudge-compensated.
it reverts to STI-only operation until the PPS is stable again for
40s, when strict mode is engaged again.
*Important Notice: This is an expiremental feature!*
*Important Notice: This is an experimental feature!*
Switching between strict and STI-only mode will cause changes in offset
and jitter. Use this mode only if STI-only works fairly well with your
......@@ -149,9 +149,10 @@ absolute.
If fudge flag +flag1+ is set for the secondary unit, the unit asserts
the PPS flag on the clock as long as PPS data is available. This makes
the unit eligible as PPS peer and should only be used if the GPS
receiver can be trusted for the quality of its PPS signal^link:#fn2[2]^. [[fn2bl]] The PPS flag gets cleared if no PPS records can be aquired for some
time. The unit also flushes the sample buffer at this point to avoid the
use of stale PPS data.
receiver can be trusted for the quality of its PPS
signal^link:#fn2[2]^. [[fn2bl]] The PPS flag gets cleared if no PPS
records can be acquired for some time. The unit also flushes the
sample buffer at this point to avoid the use of stale PPS data.
*Attention:* This unit uses its own PPS fudge value which must be set as
fudge +time1+. Only the fudge values +time1+ and +flag1+ have an impact
......
......@@ -311,8 +311,8 @@ variable-length format.
--
+
The timestamp and decoder alarms are fatal; the data accumulated
during the minute are not used to set the clock. The format and fram
alarm are nonfatal; only the data in the burst are discarded.
during the minute are not used to set the clock. The format and frame
alarms are nonfatal; only the data in the burst are discarded.
+yyyy ddd hh:mm:ss+::
The timecode format itself is self explanatory. Note that the
......@@ -356,7 +356,7 @@ alarm are nonfatal; only the data in the burst are discarded.
+tsmp+::
The number of timestamps determined during the most recent minute
bursts were received. The values range from 0 to 60, with the higher
values indicating better signals. The decoding algoriths require at
values indicating better signals. The decoding algorithms require at
least 20 timestamps in the minute; otherwise all data in the minute
are discarded.
......
......@@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ The +ntp_enable+ and +kern_enable+ are set by the configuration module.
Normally, both switches default on, so the daemon can control the time
and the kernel discipline can be used, if available. The +pps_update+
switch is set by the protocol module when it believes the PPS provider
source is legitimate and operating within nominals. The +ntp_control+
source is legitimate and operating nominally. The +ntp_control+
switch is set during configuration by interrogating the kernel. If both
the +kern_enable+ and +ntp_control+ switches are set, the daemon
disciplines the clock via the kernel and the internal daemon discipline
......
......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ are not reciprocal, or where the transmission delays on the two
directions are traffic dependent, this may not be the case. A common
case with DSL links is when downloading or uploading a large file.
During the download or upload process, the delays may be significantly
different resulting in large errrors. However, these errors can be
different resulting in large errors. However, these errors can be
largely eliminated using samples near the limb lines, as described on
the link:huffpuff.html[Huff-n'-Puff Filter] page.
......
......@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@
+noselect+::
Marks the server as unused, except for display purposes. The server is
discarded by the selection algroithm.
discarded by the selection algorithm.
+preempt+::
Specifies the association as preemptable rather than the default
......
......@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@
error or bias due to serial port or operating system latencies,
different cable lengths or receiver internal delay. The specified
offset is in addition to the propagation delay provided by other
means, such as internal DIPswitches. Where a calibration for an
means, such as internal DIP switches. Where a calibration for an
individual system and driver is available, an approximate correction
is noted in the driver documentation pages. Note: in order to
facilitate calibration when more than one radio clock or PPS signal
......
......@@ -281,7 +281,7 @@ The variables operate as follows:
Specify the number of megabytes of memory that can be allocated.
Probably only available under Linux, this option is useful when
dropping root (the +-i+ option). The default is 32 megabytes.
Setting this to zero will prevent any attemp to lock memory.
Setting this to zero will prevent any attempt to lock memory.
+stacksize+ _4kPages_;;
Specifies the maximum size of the process stack on systems with the
mlockall()_function. Defaults to 50 4k pages (200 4k pages in OpenBSD).
......
......@@ -231,7 +231,7 @@ generated line.
element of the set is being written to. The type given specifies
when and how data will be directed to a new element of the set. This
way, information stored in elements of a file set that are currently
unused are available for administrational operations without the
unused are available for administrative operations without the
risk of disturbing the operation of {ntpd}. (Most important: they can
be removed to free space for new data produced.)
+
......
......@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@
{ntpd}
[-46aAbgLmnNqx ] [ -c 'conffile' ] [ -f 'driftfile' ] [ -i 'jaildir' ]
[ -k 'keyfile' ] [ -l 'logfile' ] [ -p 'pidfile' ] [ -P 'priority' ]
[ -r 'broadcastdelay' ] [ -s 'statsdir' ] [ -t 'key' ]
[ -r 'broadcast-delay' ] [ -s 'statsdir' ] [ -t 'key' ]
[ -u 'user'[:'group'] ] [ -U 'interface_update_interval' ]
[ -v 'variable' ] [ -V 'variable' ]
......
......@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ JSON record:
In the JSON format, time is in ISO8601 format; precision is the synch
distance, with an unknown synch distance is reported as 0. Host and
IP are always emitted even if duplicate. The "adjusted" boolean
reports whether ntpdig adusted the time.
reports whether ntpdig adjusted the time.
== OPTIONS ==
......
......@@ -171,7 +171,7 @@ following.
to transform nonascii data into a printable (but barely
understandable) form.
+timeout+ 'millseconds'::
+timeout+ 'milliseconds'::
Specify a timeout period for responses to server queries. The default
is about 5000 milliseconds. Note that since +{ntpq}+ retries each query
once after a timeout, the total waiting time for a timeout will be
......
......@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ supported in NTP Version 4. The PPSAPI is supported in stock FreeBSD
and, with the addition of the +PPSkit+ kernel module, in Linux.
The special header file +/usr/include/sys/timepps.h+ implements the
PPSAPI using whatever primitives are available in each archeticture and
PPSAPI using whatever primitives are available in each architecture and
operating system. It obsoletes previous APIs based on the +tty_clock+
and +ppsclock+ line disciplines and streams modules, which are no longer
supported.
......
......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ include::includes/miscopt.txt[]
include::includes/misc-options.txt[]
// A subset of the tos options is described on the ntp.conf manual page.
// If you change this, be very sure to keep that syncronized.
// If you change this, be very sure to keep that synchronized.
+tos+ [+beacon+ 'beacon' | +ceiling+ 'ceiling' | +cohort+ {+0+ | +1+} | +floor+ 'floor' | +maxclock+ 'maxclock' | +maxdist+ 'maxdist' | +minclock+ 'minclock' | +mindist+ 'mindist' | +minsane+ 'minsane' | +orphan+ 'stratum' | +orphanwait+ 'delay']::
This command alters certain system variables used by the the clock
......@@ -91,7 +91,7 @@ include::includes/misc-options.txt[]
This allows time for one or more primary sources to become reachable
and selectable before using backup sources, and avoids transient use
of the backup sources at startup.
+trap+ 'host_address' [+port+ 'port_number'] [+interface+ 'interfSace_address']::
+trap+ 'host_address' [+port+ 'port_number'] [+interface+ 'interface_address']::
This command configures a trap receiver at the given host address and
port number for sending messages with the specified local interface
address. If the port number is unspecified, a value of 18447 is used.
......
......@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ meaning should be clear from context.
Program error. Bugs can be reported link:bugs.html[here].
+receive: autokey requires two-way communication+::
Configuration error on the +broadcastclient+ command.
+receive: server server maaximum rate exceeded+::
+receive: server server maximum rate exceeded+::
A kiss-o'death packet has been received. The transmit rate is
automatically reduced.
+pps sync enabled+::
......
......@@ -77,7 +77,7 @@ Format of the Meinberg standard time string:
hh:mm:ss = hour, minute, second, separated by dots
u = '#' for GPS receivers: time is not synchronized
'#' for older PZF5xx receivers: no correlation, not synchronized
'#' for other devices: never sync'ed since powerup
'#' for other devices: never synced since powerup
' ' if nothing of the above applies
v = '*' for GPS receivers: position has not been verified
'*' for other devices: freewheeling based on internal quartz
......@@ -106,7 +106,7 @@ Format of the Uni Erlangen time string for PZF5xx receivers:
t = 'U' if UTC time is transmitted, else ' '
u = '#' for older PZF5xx receivers: no correlation, not synchronized
'#' for PZF511 and newer: never sync'ed since powerup
'#' for PZF511 and newer: never synced since powerup
' ' if nothing of the above applies
v = '*' if freewheeling based on internal quartz, else ' '
x = 'S' if daylight saving time is active, else ' '
......
......@@ -129,7 +129,7 @@ closest to yours and tweak the code to match your clock.
+
In order to make your clk_*.c file usable a reference to the clockformat
structure must be put into parse_conf.c.
2. TTY setup and initialisation/configuration will be done in
2. TTY setup and initialization/configuration will be done in
ntpd/refclock_parse.c.
* Find out the exact tty settings for your clock (baud rate, parity,
stop bits, character size, ...) and note them in terms of termio*.h
......@@ -157,7 +157,7 @@ clocks for example)
What to do, when an event happens - used to re-initialize clocks on timeout.
void (*cl_end)(); /* active poll end routine */
The routine to call to undo any special initialisation (free memory/timers)
The routine to call to undo any special initialization (free memory/timers)
void *cl_data; /* local data area for "poll" mechanism */
local data for polling routines
......@@ -220,7 +220,7 @@ that need a command sent to them in order to reply with a time code
For questions: mailto:%20kardel%20AT%20acm.org[kardel@acm.org].
Please include an exact description on how your clock works.
(initialisation, TTY modes, strings to be sent to it, responses received
(initialization, TTY modes, strings to be sent to it, responses received
from the clock).
'''''
......
......@@ -161,7 +161,7 @@ link:copyright.html[Copyright Notice] page.
If you have seen older versions of NTP, this list may have fewer
entries than you expected. Support for some very ancient drivers
(notably, those rendered obsolete by the WWVB modulation change in
2013) has been dropped in order to reduce our maintainance load.
2013) has been dropped in order to reduce our maintainence load.
For security reasons, we will no longer support any refclock that requires
a closed-source driver to run. This filtered out the
......
......@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ the root dispersion plus minor error contributions not considered here.
First, a number of sanity checks is performed to sift the selectable
candidate from among the source population. The sanity checks are
sumarized as follows:.
summarized as follows:.
1. A _stratum error_ occurs if (1) the source had never been
synchronized or (2) the stratum of the source is below the +floor+
......
......@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ This is call _roundtrip delay_ symbolized by the Greek letter δ.
clock frequency error. This is called _dispersion_ symbolized by the
Greek letter ε.
* Expected error, consisting of the root mean square (RMS) nominal clock
offset sample differencess in a sliding window of several samples. This
offset sample differences in a sliding window of several samples. This
is called _jitter_ symbolized by the Greek letter φ.
Figure 1 shows how the various measured statistics are collected and
......@@ -169,7 +169,7 @@ possibly several sources. The clock select algorithm computes the
intersection of the correctness intervals to determine the truechimers
from the selectable source population.
* Root distance is used by the clock cluster algorithm as a weight
factor when pruning outlyers from the truechimer population.
factor when pruning outliers from the truechimer population.
* The (normalized) reciprocal of the root distance is used as a weight
factor by the combine algorithm when computing the system clock offset
and system jitter.
......
......@@ -104,7 +104,7 @@ struct ntp_control {
#define CTL_PST_SEL_REJECT 0 /* reject */
#define CTL_PST_SEL_SANE 1 /* x falsetick */
#define CTL_PST_SEL_CORRECT 2 /* . excess */
#define CTL_PST_SEL_SELCAND 3 /* - outlyer */
#define CTL_PST_SEL_SELCAND 3 /* - outlier */
#define CTL_PST_SEL_SYNCCAND 4 /* + candidate */
#define CTL_PST_SEL_EXCESS 5 /* # backup */
#define CTL_PST_SEL_SYSPEER 6 /* * sys.peer */
......
......@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ static const struct codestring select_codes[] = {
{ CTL_PST_SEL_REJECT, "sel_reject" },
{ CTL_PST_SEL_SANE, "sel_falsetick" },
{ CTL_PST_SEL_CORRECT, "sel_excess" },
{ CTL_PST_SEL_SELCAND, "sel_outlyer" },
{ CTL_PST_SEL_SELCAND, "sel_outlier" },
{ CTL_PST_SEL_SYNCCAND, "sel_candidate" },
{ CTL_PST_SEL_EXCESS, "sel_backup" },
{ CTL_PST_SEL_SYSPEER, "sel_sys.peer" },
......
......@@ -100,7 +100,7 @@ include::../docs/includes/auth-commands.txt[]
{ntpdman} includes a comprehensive monitoring facility suitable
for continuous, long term recording of server and client timekeeping
performance. See thestatisticscommand below for a listing and example of
performance. See the +statistics+ command below for a listing and example of
each type of statistics currently supported. Statistic files are managed
using file generation sets and scripts in the ./scripts directory of this
distribution. Using these facilities and UNIX cron(8) jobs, the data
......@@ -140,8 +140,8 @@ violations include certificate or identity verification failure; rate
limit violations generally result from defective NTP implementations
that send packets at abusive rates. Some violations cause denied service
only for the offending packet, others cause denied service for a timed
period and others cause the denied service for an indefinate period.
When a client or network is denied access for an indefinate period, the
period and others cause the denied service for an indefinite period.
When a client or network is denied access for an indefinite period, the
only way at present to remove the restrictions is by restarting the
server.
......@@ -209,7 +209,7 @@ in `/usr/share/doc/{ntp}`).
least _minclock_ peers remaining. This value defaults to 1, but can
be changed to any number from 1 to 15.
`minclock` _minclock_;;
The clustering algorithm repeatedly casts out outlyer associations
The clustering algorithm repeatedly casts out outlier associations
until no more than _minclock_ associations remain. This value
defaults to 3, but can be changed to any number from 1 to the number
of configured sources.
......
......@@ -567,7 +567,7 @@ local_clock(
switch (state) {
/*
* In SYNC state we ignore the first outlyer and switch
* In SYNC state we ignore the first outlier and switch
* to SPIK state.
*/
case EVNT_SYNC:
......@@ -578,8 +578,8 @@ local_clock(
return (0);
/*
* In FREQ state we ignore outlyers and inlyers. At the
* first outlyer after the stepout threshold, compute
* In FREQ state we ignore outliers and inliers. At the
* first outlier after the stepout threshold, compute
* the apparent frequency correction and step the phase.
*/
case EVNT_FREQ:
......@@ -591,8 +591,8 @@ local_clock(
/* fall through to EVNT_SPIK */
/*
* In SPIK state we ignore succeeding outlyers until
* either an inlyer is found or the stepout threshold is
* In SPIK state we ignore succeeding outliers until
* either an inlier is found or the stepout threshold is
* exceeded.
*/
case EVNT_SPIK:
......
......@@ -2709,7 +2709,7 @@ clock_select(void)
}
/*
* Now, vote outlyers off the island by select jitter weighted
* Now, vote outliers off the island by select jitter weighted
* by root distance. Continue voting as long as there are more
* than sys_minclock survivors and the select jitter of the peer
* with the worst metric is greater than the minimum peer
......
......@@ -1191,7 +1191,7 @@ printassoc(
break;
case CTL_PST_SEL_SELCAND:
condition = "outlyer";
condition = "outlier";
break;
case CTL_PST_SEL_SYNCCAND:
......
......@@ -8,9 +8,6 @@ plot_summary [--option-name | --option-name 'value' ]
There is no description for this command.
oThis page was generated from an autogen template describing the
command-line options. It needs updating.
== OPTIONS ==
`--directory`=_string_::
......
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