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Consider that the the '-B' flag it mentions that offsets over 128 ms can take hours to sync using the default 'slew' mechanism The "-q" option tells the NTP daemon to start up, set the time and immediately exit.
The "-g" option allows it to correct for time differences larger then 1000 sec.
I am running raspbian wheezy, upgraded to all the latest packages.
The only custom package installed on it is Oracle's Java 8, everything else and its configuration is stock.
NTP needs more than one server to compare against, vote and pick the 'best' time source from.
If this is a virtual server then there are other things you need to do to keep ntp in check on linux.
but the time never updates, it always stays on the incorrect time (it seems to be pulling time from the ESXi host on reboot unless i set it with ntpdate) I have unticked the box to get the time from the host. 1 u 22 64 377 8.661 -0.036 0.126 -ISP1 188.8.131.52 2 u 36 64 377 11.720 -0.027 0.280 #PRIVATE7 .
Your server will # pick a different set every time it starts up.If we can't find clues from this set of data, tcpdump might be required to see where the packet is being lost.