iTimeSync: 49 days, 16 hours?

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iTimeSync: 49 days, 16 hours?

Postby Unregistered » Tue Apr 21, 2009 7:04 pm

I'm sure there's something obvious that just isn't sinking into my mind, but I'm looking at the iTimeSync screen shown below, and I can't figure out why it's displaying "49 Dys 16 Hrs". I have AutoSync set to every 15 minutes. My date/time is not off by anywhere near 49 days (as you can see). For the moment, I'm at a loss, but I have a feeling that once I find out, I'm going to feel stupid!
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Postby Siegfried » Wed Apr 22, 2009 10:36 am

No need to feel stupid; I'm equally confused. The only routine in iTimeSync that displays a contdow like that is the AutoSync/Check. Thus I've looked around there but there should be no what that it could display the time by itself without a "until auto..." so I'm confused. Please try pressing the "reset" button for the AutoSync and see what happens. I've had iTimeSync syncing all afternoon trying to replicate that without any luck. If it happens again (or if it won't go away) could you send me your data file? It'll help me track down what's going on here...
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Re: iTimeSync: 49 days, 16 hours?

Postby Unregistered » Wed Apr 22, 2009 12:47 pm

The strange thing is that it wasn't counting down, and it didn't say "until AutoSync". It just kept displaying "49 Dys 16 Hrs".

In any case, it doesn't seem to want to happen again. I remember at the time I was scanning servers and editing ServFile.txt with the GUI running. Maybe iTimeSync got confused because the list file changed, without a "refresh" being done...? (I can't see how that would affect what iTimeSync displays for the AutoSync countdown, though.)

This also makes me wonder if the service needs to be restarted whenever ServFile.txt is manually edited.
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Postby Siegfried » Wed Apr 22, 2009 3:25 pm

Unregistered wrote:It just kept displaying "49 Dys 16 Hrs".

No change at all? Odd...
Unregistered wrote:In any case, it doesn't seem to want to happen again. I remember at the time I was scanning servers and editing ServFile.txt with the GUI running. Maybe iTimeSync got confused because the list file changed, without a "refresh" being done...?

Scanning servers perhaps, but editing no. You have given me more to work with though!
Unregistered wrote:This also makes me wonder if the service needs to be restarted whenever ServFile.txt is manually edited.

If you want the servers to be updated, yes.
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Postby Siegfried » Sat Apr 25, 2009 3:38 am

We've released a new version that could prevent this. We are still unable to replicate the issue though.
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Re: iTimeSync: Update from 1.41 to 1.502

Postby g3sna » Thu Dec 16, 2010 1:31 pm

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Re: iTimeSync: Update from 1.41 to 1.502

Postby Unregistered » Thu Dec 16, 2010 2:16 pm

g3sna wrote:I've just updated as shown to 1.502. My registration runs back to 2003 and I have a dReg.dat file. This no longer works with the latest version. Any advice please?

Thanks,

Stuart


Yeah--start a new thread that actually refers to your own bloody problem, rather than reviving one that is years old and making me get a "new reply" notification email for nothing at all.
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Re: iTimeSync: 49 days, 16 hours?

Postby g3sna » Thu Dec 16, 2010 5:44 pm

Thank you for that great advice. :-$
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Re: iTimeSync: 49 days, 16 hours?

Postby panistefanin » Thu Oct 05, 2017 8:43 am

I'm new and I'm interested in this topic. Thank you!
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