Settings on this screen affect how often Domain Time performs its automatic synchronization of the server's
time. The Server Timings only affect the synchronization of the server's own clock; they do not change
any settings for slave servers or clients (except that settings on the Master will be replicated to all DC slaves,
so that if a DC is promoted to PDC, it will begin using the old Master's settings).
The default settings for these options should be sufficient to provide extremely accurate performance; however, you
may experiment with these settings to tune your system to the highest degree of accuracy possible.
The Domain Time II Control Panel Applet - Server Timings Tab
After server sets this machine's clock, it should check again...
Use these settings to specify how often Domain Time should check its time against its trusted time source after
having successfully set its time at least once from that source.
If server cannot set this machine's clock, it should try again in...
This sets how often the server will retry to obtain the time if the trusted source is unavailable. The default for
this option is 5 minutes.
This section details how Domain Time handles corrections to the local system clock if it determines that the trusted
source has a different time.