ENDRUN(4) BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual ENDRUN(4)
endrun -- EndRun Technologies native time-of-day message timedelta sensor
pseudo-device endrun [count]
This line discipline interfaces serial EndRun Technologies devices.
The line discipline is enabled by the following sequence:
int ldisc = ENDRUNDISC, fildes; ...
ioctl(fildes, TIOCSETD, &ldisc);
The byte stream is unaltered by the line discipline which maintains a
timedelta sensor using the EndRun data. The timedelta sensor will appear
as endrun* in the list of sensors and the delta (in nanoseconds) between
the received time information and the local time can be accessed through
the sysctl(8) interface.
The quality of the timedelta is reported as the sensor status:
OK The time information is valid. The timedelta is safe
to use for applications like ntpd(8).
WARN The attached receiver has been indicating a warning
condition for at least the last ten minutes. The
timedelta should be used with care.
CRITICAL tty timestamping has been turned on but there is no PPS
signal present or the receiver indicated a warning con-
dition for at least the last twenty minutes. Check
The status of a second sensor is used to report the status of the device
itself using the Time Figure Of Merit (TFOM) character:
OK The clock is synchronized. TFOM is 6-8.
WARN The clock is synchronized and the time error is greater
than 10ms or the clock is in the unsynchronized state.
TFOM is 9.
CRITICAL The TFOM is invalid.
tty(4), ldattach(8), ntpd(8), sysctl(8)
The endrun interface first appeared in OpenBSD 4.6.
BSD January 15, 2015 BSD