ntpsweep prints per host the NTP stratum level, the clock offset in seconds, the daemon version, the operating system and the processor. Optionally recursing through all peers.
If no hosts are specified, ntpsweep reports on localhost.
ntpsweep relies on ntpq and Mode 6 queries to probe servers. This depends on the remote host's restrict configuration allowing queries. Nowadays effectively all public hosts set noquery, so this script is unlikely to be useful unless you have multiple specially- configured timeservers on a LAN.
-l string, --host-list=string
Use this option to specify the host on which this script operates. May appear multiple times. Multiple hosts may be specified, delimited by commas.
-m number, --maxlevel=number
-s string, --strip=string
-h string, --host=string
One of the following exit values will be returned: