In the last episode (Feb 04), R.Ortloff@stripped said:
> I've got several clients connected to one MySql Daemon. The clients
> should run on several machines, however it is important to have on
> all client machines the same time in terms of milliseconds.
What you really want is to run ntpd on all your machines, and they'll
stay within a few ms of each other easily, even across the Internet.
Most unixes come with xntpd already installed; see the manpage or
http://www.ntp.org for more info. Don't make a database server do time