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What time is it, anyway?

You know the issue... the client application states that it performed a task at one time but the database server logs the transaction at another time. When performing after-the-fact analysis or trouble-shooting, correlating the information logs can become a time consuming task. The varying time references create a task that is fraught with errors. This ultimately leads to misinterpretation of the actual sequence of events.

Host Time Synchronization (HTS) is a Network Application designed to monitor your system for time variations among nodes and correct them. From now on, when you examine historical logs, you know the time reference is accurate within a fraction of a second.

Why purchase an expensive "enterprise management" package that requires constant administration, when all you really want is a stable, homogeneous time reference.

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APPLICATION TASK EXECUTED. TRANSACTION COMMITTED TO DATABASE.
APPLICATION EVENT LOG STATES 9:15:50 AM
DATABASE TRANSACTION LOG STATES 9:17:02 AM

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Specifically designed for real-time and mission critical systems.
  • Minimal overhead.
  • Time synchronization to within 250 milliseconds.
  • Multi platform versions:
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Open VMS (with TCP/IP layered product installed)
    • DEC Unix
    • SCO Unix
  • UDP/IP used as the transport layer.
  • Configurable on a per node basis.
    • Primary and secondary master nodes
    • Frequency of time monitoring
    • Allowable time deviation before correction
  • Detailed logging trail.
  • Support for daylight savings time transitions.

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