[LEAPSECS] Windows Server 2019
stevesommarsntp at gmail.com
Thu Jul 19 08:08:28 EDT 2018
Some direct links for the Matsakis, et al paper.
On Wed, Jul 18, 2018 at 11:27 PM, Steve Allen <sla at ucolick.org> wrote:
> On Thu 2018-07-19T04:14:12+0100 Stephen Colebourne hath writ:
> > "In addition, there is no standard method for applying this frequency
> > adjustment, so that different implementations may disagree among
> > themselves in addition to the time error with respect to UTC."
> That quote is not from Microsoft, but rather from the
> ION paper by Matsakis, Levine, and Lombardi
> That can be got by ION members, or from USNO if their
> webserver recovers, or from researchgate if you can
> Microsoft seems to be documenting a new mode of OS configuration which
> actually does count the second named "60", and specifically in order
> that Microsoft systems can say they conform to MiFID II and other
> regulatory agencies that demand conformance with UTC as defined.
> Otherwise the old default configuration will have a second that lasts
> 2000 millis.
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