Using chrony in f16
On Fri, Nov 11, 2011 at 3:59 PM, Michael Cronenworth <email@example.com> wrote:
> mike cloaked wrote:
>> Now that chrony is in place in f16 instead of ntp does anyone know of
>> some documentation on configuring chrony?
> man chrony
> man chronyc
> man chronyd
> man chrony.conf
>> I have started the daemon and the time was correctly set up with
>> default configs...... however for use in a laptop where the network
>> may well not always be present should settings be changed from the
>> defaults to optimise the setup?
> If you read the Fedora Feature page, you will see that the switch to
> chrony was for exactly your needs. No changes to the configuration are
>> What is the chrony way of doing what used to be achieved with the
>> following two commands:
>> ntpq -p
> The chronyc has many, many options. Try "chronyc help" to see a list.
Fab - chronyc sourcestats was one nice equivalent -
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