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Re: Starting service (particularly ntpd) in background
On 26 May 2013 at 19:43, Mayuresh wrote:
> On Sun, May 26, 2013 at 11:19:36AM -0000, David Lord wrote:
> > I think that is a problem that you should fix. I also
> > multiboot with some systems BSD, Linux and Windows.
> > I have them all set to UTC. BSD and Linux can apply
> > timezone correction and display local time but ntpd
> > in both cases is UTC.
> That will help. Any particular ntp setting to look at for this?
Ntp is UTC and times are handled and reported as UTC.
You need to look up how timezone conversion is set in
your Linux distribution but a Linux kernel should handle
time in UTC same as with BSD.
> > I have ntpdate_flags="-4 -b -s" as otherwise ipv6 might
> > be tried and fail (only one of my servers has ipv6
> > access to internet just now).
> My ntpdate (NetBSD 6.0) does not have -4 option. Still trying these
> settings did not improve ntpdate time. Could it be a network issue? I
> tried running ntpdate repeatedly (switching ntpd off after boot up). The
> time it took varied from 6 to 13 seconds.
> At boot time, though it takes even larger. I also noticed that my wifi LED
> on the laptop steadies (indicating established connection) just after the
> "setting date via ntp" message comes. May be network is not fully ready
> when ntpdate runs?
There's nothing much you can do about that. After ntpd
is started, are all the sources listed in your ntp.conf
showing as reachable? If not, that will cause a delay
unless you specify the server addresses ntpdate should
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