How does configure PTP client with Mellanox Card on Centos

Posted on 2017-07-16
Last Modified: 2017-07-20
Hello Experts,
Please suggest how to configure Precision Time Protocol (PTP) client with Mellanox (driver: mlx4_en, version: 4.1-1.0.2 (27 Jun 2017), firmware-version: 2.40.7000) on Centos 6.8 64bit system.
Question by:Rajat Kumar Sahgal
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what do you mean/need? in /etc/ntpd.conf you would add the PTP as a server reference.

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