||NI-TimeSync only installs examples for the latest supported version of LabVIEW installed on the system.
|701793 & 524081
||In rare instances, the IEEE 1588-2008 time reference can cause 100% CPU usage on Linux RT targets
||A 1588 time reference might lose synchronization over a 100Mbps link with a heavy network traffic.
|Physically disconnecting and reconnecting an Ethernet cable from a cRIO-903x (Sync) or an IC-317x participating in an IEEE 802.1AS protocol can cause synchronization issues. Devices might not be able to synchronize to each other over an IEEE 802.1AS network. A full power cycle of a device eliminates these issues.
||Under rare conditions, a device using an IEEE 802.1AS-2011 time protocol might lose synchronization with the rest of the 802.1AS network. The reported time reference metadata might also be inaccurate.
||Installing a custom installation on a Linux Real-Time target which includes System Configuration 18.5.0 and Timesync 18.1.0 or Timesync 18.0.0 will cause the target to become unreachable by NI MAX and the System Configuration API. If SSH, WIF, WebDAV, or FTP access were enabled prior to the target becoming unreachable, they will still be usable.