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On Wed, 9 Oct 2013, Fran�s Dagorn wrote:
on some Linux boxes, chronyd does not set the time properly.
It seems to consider that the time returned by the nntp server is
UTC but it is not true. The following is the measurment log
The time returned by and ntp server is always UTC. That is what the standard
stipulates. If an ntp server returns a time which is not UTC it is not an ntp
server. Now, how you get time from an nntp server I do not know, since their
purpose is not to return time.
on a good box and a faulty one (chronyd.conf are equal) :
Not sure what you mean. These are two clients? Again, Linux ALWAYS runs the
system time as UTC. Always. It may store time in the rtc as something else,
but the rtc is not used except on startup of the computer.
2013-10-09 14:02:55 126.96.36.199 N 2 1111 111 1011 8 8 0.25 -1.971e+00
8.940e-04 2.796e-06 5.692e-03 0.000e+00
mer. oct. 9 16:22:06 CEST 2013
2013-10-09 16:03:21 188.8.131.52 N 2 1111 111 1011 7 7 0.75 -7.237e+03
1.067e-03 3.144e-06 5.692e-03 0.000e+00
mer. oct. 9 18:23:08 CEST 2013
Any help would be appreciated !
No idea what you are trying to say.
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