Release Notes: This corresponds to the OpenBSD 3.9 release. Support for "listen on *" has been added for several platforms. Installation documentation has been improved. Man pages are now generated in the correct format for each platform. Various small problems have been fixed.
Release Notes: Handling of network error conditions has been improved: some conditions that caused excessive CPU use on Linux or the server to shut down are now handled correctly. Logging has be made quieter and small adjustments will only be logged in debug mode. Query intervals are now randomized, servers with larger offsets or error conditions will be queried less frequently. Support for IRIX, QNX4, and AIX platforms has been added. The builtin randomization code will be automatically used if OpenSSL is not available.
Release Notes: A new "-s" option was added to step the clock on startup rather than slewing. The stratum, precision, and refid are now set correctly in replies (the latter means ntptrace will now work). The program is more robust and less noisy in the case of some network error conditions. The IP ToS low-delay bit is now set on IPv4 packets. HP-UX and Solaris < 7 are now supported platforms. There were also other minor bugfixes and improvements.
Release Notes: 3.6p1 is the first stable release. Support for HP-UX and older Solaris versions was added. OpenSSL is now optional on platforms that have /dev/urandom. Other general improvements were made.