This is not an NTP daemon
I would like to issue a warning here: It seems like this is does not conform to the full NTP protocol at all and it nothing but a simple SNTP daemon, of which there are many. It is false marketing and the documentation conveniently skips mentioning it. I feel let down by the otherwise so skillful programmers behind this.
After spending a lot of time trying to install and understand this software I suspected this and search the web for references. Turns out Brad Knowles has a few things (http://bradknowles.typepad.com/considered_harmful/2004/09/openntpd.html) to say about openntpd.
Be warned that if you use SNTP instead of NTP and the server clock breaks down, all your time will be compromised.
Why would you want to use partimage instead of
regular tar or cp (or dd if you really can't have
kernel support for the file system used)?
tar -czf /mnt/hd1/image.tgz /mnt/hd2
is normally like something I would use for a full
system backup (plus the partition table and mount
points, of course). You can throw in a -S for good
(I would normally prefer star to GNU tar,
as it creates archives in a more standardized
format and handles ACLs and EAs correctly. I often
end up involving my friends nc or SSH too.)