Notices Welcome to LinuxQuestions.org, a friendly and active Linux Community. Last edited by BabbyUser (2014-08-29 22:21:35) Offline #2 2014-08-29 01:43:36 2ManyDogs Member Registered: 2012-01-15 Posts: 1,777 Re: How can I disable automatic time syncing?[SOLVED] Need more information. allow the NTP daemon to make a large first adjustment to the system clock, you can set the environment variable NTPD_OPTS in the file /etc/conf.d/ntpd as follows: NTPD_OPTS="-g" # The -g Not for what you understood or how you interpreted my words! Check This Out
If not use this to set the hwclock hwclock --systohc if the hw clock is correct otherwise hwclcok --set (to use the date as the setting for the hwclock. Command to find closest > servers: You don't have to. You must not work with the public much. -- Trilby----How to Ask Questions the Smart Way Offline #9 2014-08-29 20:28:08 BabbyUser Member Registered: 2014-08-26 Posts: 44 Re: How can I disable This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
This is my favoured solution for laptops; see further on for how to configure your machine to do this. I think I still got the commands to finds the closest time server and stuff. I never did figure out why ntp failed on me. Here is an example of the former when I powered up my laptop the morning after the clocks changed from BST to GMT at the end of Summer 2010: $ cat
You must not work with the public much. -- Trilby----How to Ask Questions the Smart Way Offline #6 2014-08-29 19:52:03 BabbyUser Member Registered: 2014-08-26 Posts: 44 Re: How can I disable What does "didn't work" mean? The hardware clock drifts about 1 minute per month. to comment instead of #.
clock_hctosys="NO" # If you wish to pass any other arguments to hwclock during bootup, # you may do so here. Gentoo Set Time You do not need this if you are > >> > † †# running a modern kernel with CONFIG_RTC_HCTOSYS set to y. > >> > † †# Also, be aware that Here I look at a few alternatives. Share this:EmailPrintFacebookGoogleLinkedInPinterestRedditTumblrTwitterLike this:Like Loading...
Please try the request again. It logs a LOT. I assume you rand the two commands within seconds of each other. It could be that your hardware clock is drifting, and > >> the system won't reset it until it goes to shutdown. > >> > >> -- > >> :wq >
Miss the compile output? Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support General Help [ubuntu] Clock showing the wrong time Gentoo Ntp-client But: solfire:/home/mccramer>hwclock Mon Feb 6 19:05:11 2012 -0.172569 seconds solfire:/home/mccramer>date Mon Feb 6 18:49:37 CET 2012 solfire:/home/mccramer> Is there anything else which I have to tweak to acchieve what I want? Gentoo Timezone But I thought it is worth discussing.
I assume you rand the two commands within seconds of each other. >> Is this true immediately after bootup, or does it take a while to get >> that far off? http://jscience.net/failed-to/failed-to-join-domain-failed-to-set-machine-spn.html S. You do not need this if you are >>> # running a modern kernel with CONFIG_RTC_HCTOSYS set to y. >>> # Also, be aware that if you set this to "NO", Alpha users may wish to use --arc or --srm here. > >>> clock_args="" > >>> > >>> In the kernel config file I had set: > >>> > >>> CONFIG_RTC_HCTOSYS=y >
Dale :-) :-) -- I am only responsible for what I said ... Miss the compile output? addit Linux - Server 5 07-24-2013 10:20 AM u-Boot setting clock speeds PatM Linux - Embedded & Single-board computer 0 04-27-2008 07:30 AM Hard Freeze on boot between setting clock and this contact form Note that if you dual boot with Windows, then > # you should set it to "local". > clock="UTC" > > # If you want to set the Hardware Clock to
The time now is 05:56 AM. It's a reasonable thing to desire, since an unplanned or ungraceful shutdown could miss the sw-to-hw step. -- :wq lists at binarywings Feb6,2012,10:52AM Post #7 of 15 (2509 views) Permalink Re: hwclock <--> They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
Now look at man hwclock and use those optinos to correct what your issue is. As the package net-misc/ntp installs both /etc/init.d/ntpd and /etc/init.d/net-client, users could optionally add the NTP daemon ntpd to the default runlevel too if desired, which would provide continuous, incremental adjustments to ntpdate (in Gentoo-Linux the service starting it is called "/etc/init.d/ntp-client") and only afterwards enable ntpd (in Gentoo-Linux the service starting is called "/etc/init.d/ntpd") to continuously keep your OS-clock in sync with And as I wrote I am using the ntp_client to set the system time via ntp/ntp_client later in the boot process to get the correct system time. rdalek1967 at gmail Feb6,2012,4:23PM Post #10
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Alpha users may wish to use --arc or --srm here. >> > ¬† ¬†clock_args="" >> > >> > In the kernel config file I had set: >> > >> > ¬† Thanks! Please upgrade to a Xilinx.com supported browser:Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer 11, Safari. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Timestamps along with the commands and for notable events, such as when ntpclient ran during bootup and when the system shut down, would be useful. peter at humphrey Feb6,2012,5:25PM Post #12 of 15 I do know my clock was awful without something keeping it on track. cpufreq_cpu0: failed to set clock rate: -16 cpufreq: __cpufreq_driver_target: Failed to change cpu frequency: -16 The system can still work but the above messages appear periodically.
Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started So reagrdless wheter I am setting clock_hctosys I am alway getting the correct system time later in the bootprocess via ntp. meino.cramer at gmx Feb6,2012,4:00PM Post #9 of 15 (2526 views) Permalink Re: FitzcarraldoFitzcarraldo is my nom de plume in the Gentoo Linux and Sabayon Linux forums. As I wrote I am using ntp_client for setting my system time while booting up.
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