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The process matching the filter basename=xntpd has been killed or does not exist.

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The process matching the filter basename=xntpd has been killed or does not exist.
How to I fix this problem.
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where this message is coming from?
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This message is from IBM Tivoli Monitoring and simply means that xntpd is not currently running on your system.
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