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In practice, leap seconds are usually not a problem on FreeBSD. We hope that this overview helps clarify what to expect and how to make the leap second event proceed more smoothly.
Sånn praktisk sett så er ikke skuddsekund kjent som et problem i FreeBSD. Vi håper at denne oversikten vil gi deg en oversikt på hva du kan forvente og hvordan du kan gjennomføre dette mest mulig smertefritt.
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New contributor 19 hours ago
Output that includes `leap_add_sec` indicates proper support of the leap second. Before the 24 hours leading up to the leap second, or after the leap second has passed, `leap_none` will be shown.
Output som inkluderer <literal>leap_add_sec</literal> indikerer riktig support for skuddsekund. Før det har gått 24 timer opptil skuddsekund eller etter skuddsekundet har skjedd så vil <literal>leap_none</literal> bli vist.
19 hours ago
New contributor 19 hours ago
It is possible to test whether a leap second will be used. Due to the nature of NTP, the test might work up to 24 hours before the leap second. Some major reference clock sources only announce leap seconds one hour ahead of the event. Query the NTP daemon:
Det er mulig å teste om skuddsekund vill bli brukt. På grunn av hvordan <acronym>NTP</acronym> fungerer så kan en slik test ofte bruke opptil 24 timer før skuddsekund skjer. Noen store klokke kilder annonserer kun skuddsekund en time før det faktisk skjer.

Send en forespørsel i output til <acronym>NTP</acronym> daemon:
19 hours ago
New contributor 19 hours ago
It is not unheard of for computers to crash because of leap seconds, and experience has shown that a large fraction of all public NTP servers might handle and announce the leap second incorrectly.
Det er ikke uvanlig at datamaskiner kan kræsje eller få nedetid på grunn av skuddsekund, erfaring tilsier at en stor andel av <acronym>NTP</acronym> servere kan behandle skuddsekund feil.
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New contributor 19 hours ago
However, we caution that practically no applications have ever asked the kernel about leap seconds. Our experience is that, as designed, leap seconds are essentially a replay of the second before the leap second, and this is a surprise to most application programmers.
Men vi har lagt merke til at det er fryktelig sjeldent eller aldri at programmer spør kernel om skuddsekund. Vår erfaring er at som utviklet så er skuddsekund en reprise av sekundet før skuddsekundet og dette kommer ofte som en overraskelse på programutviklere.
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