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On Fri, Mar 04, 2016 at 06:32:18AM -0600, Nathan wrote:
> You're right about me only having looked at TCP (my bad), but still nothing:
> sudo ss -pan | grep chron
> u_dgr ESTAB 0 0 * 140105 * 0
> u_dgr ESTAB 0 0 /var/run/chrony/chronyd.sock 140112
> * 0 users:(("chronyd",pid=5721,fd=6))
> My firewall allows everything from the internal network.
> Kind of interesting to see that nothing is listening via UDP on my
> headless server, not even systemd-resolved (like on my desktop) or
> systemd-networked (systemd-network on my desktop).
That's odd. If the socket() or bind() system call failed, chronyd
would loudly complain, so I assume the sockets are somewhere, but they
are not visible. Any chance chronyd has a separate network namespace
(e.g. PrivateNetwork=True set in the chronyd unit file)?
If you start chronyd manually in the shell and try "chronyc -h
127.0.0.1 tracking", does it print anything?
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