|Re: [chrony-users] Chrony source selection algorithm documentation|
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I am running chrony on a raspberry Pi2. It is a mobile unit with 3G
Internet and GPS (Non PPS).
The Raspberry has no RTC, sometimes there is no Internet connection, and
sometimes there is no GPS Fix.
I want to use chrony to keep a more or less accurate time across reboots.
Sometimes when the GPS has no fix the GPS-Time received by chrony
through SHM is off by several years.
I have stopped the systemclock from beeing affected by using
maxchange 31536000 0 -1 #A year in sec
this works. But in such a case I would like chrony to switch to the
ntp-servers (if they are online), which does not happen. Chrony keeps
the GPS as selected source.
What I want is the following:
1) If ntp-servers are online (or come online) use them
2) If ntp-servers are offline (or go offline) use gps, but reject
changes larger than a year
Sounds not too difficult, but I cant get it to work. Chrony seemingly
sticks with the initially selected source, even if it is an offline ntp,
or a gps with huge time error.
I tried reading through docs and google to no avail.
Please help give me some hints on how to configure this or point me to a
piece of documentation on how chrony selects and reselects sources.
And how to tweak this behaviour.
chronyd (chrony) version 1.30
gpsd: 3.11 (revision 3.11-3)
server 0.debian.pool.ntp.org offline prefer minpoll 8
server 1.debian.pool.ntp.org offline prefer minpoll 8
server 2.debian.pool.ntp.org offline prefer minpoll 8
server 3.debian.pool.ntp.org offline prefer minpoll 8
refclock SHM 0 refid GPS precision 1e2 offset 0.9999 delay 0.2
makestep 30 -1
maxchange 31536000 0 -1
log tracking measurements statistics
local stratum 10
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