Is there a way to set the SNTP sensor to report time difference in units finer that whole seconds?
For testing purposes I'm deliberately letting the system clock on my PRTG server drift, and tracking the difference with the SNTP sensors (two of them) pointed at separate, reliable time sources. The sensor polls every 60 seconds and has been stepping in whole-second increments.
I've edited the 'Difference' channel to display to three decimal places, but that's not reflected in the output as I went from 0.000 to 1.000 to 2.000 in one second steps.
My intent is to use the data from the sensor to be able to track/prove that the time sync process on the server is indeed working correctly. The sync interval in normal use is probably frequent enough that the system clock wouldn't be out by more than 500 milliseconds, however this means that the SNTP sensor reports a flat line difference of 0.000. This is neither accurate nor credible if I tried to present the data as proof of correct system time.
PRTG running on a Windows 10 machine. The computer's primary function is another task where time is important, so having independent tracking of the system clock is also important.