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How far off is your time? Find More Posts by Pearlseattle 02-04-2014, 03:14 PM #4 Ormu Member Registered: Jun 2011 Posts: 73 Original Poster Rep: Quote: Originally Posted by sundialsvcs If you do ps -A How to configure NetworkManager Dispatcher to synchronise the system clock only when a network connection is made If you're using a machine that is permanently connected to a network, running the If you want to use only ntpd, then you'll have to #1 configure your system to save the You can use only ntpd but #1 your system will have to be http://chatflow.net/failed-to/failed-to-load-module-fbdev-gentoo.html

Dale :-) :-) -- I am only responsible for what I said ... If anyone knows how to fix it please share. Alpha users may wish to use --arc or --srm here. > > >> > clock_args="" > > >> > > > >> > In the kernel config file I had set: to comment instead of #.

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Note: Use ! What wiki topics or forum posts have you read about this common problem (time not right)?"didn't work" does not tell us anything, other than it's very likely that there is something This would mean that you would not need to run ntp-client before ntpd. Other times you are SHOOL (shi out of luck).

You insist your hardware clock isn't being updated, but I have insufficient data to verify that, or even get a feel for the behavior of your system. *Obviously* all hardware clocks Regards, Florian Philipp Attachments: signature.asc (0.26 KB) meino.cramer at gmx Feb6,2012,3:57PM Post #8 of 15 (2515 views) Permalink Re: hwclock <--> sysclock and the ntp-client [In reply to] Michael Mol <mikemol [at] gmail> I assume you rand the two commands within seconds of each other. 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.

clock_systohc="YES" # If you want to set the system time to the current hardware clock # during bootup, then say "YES" here. I recently upgraded from 8.04 to 8.10. 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 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?

Use either at will. -- Rgds Peter Linux Counter 5290, 1994-04-23 rdalek1967 at gmail Feb6,2012,7:02PM Post #13 of 15 (2510 views) Permalink Re: hwclock <--> sysclock and the ntp-client [In reply to] Peter Then create a shell script called e.g. 99_ntp-client in the directory /etc/NetworkManager/dispatcher.d/ to be run by NetworkManagerDispatcher when a network connection is established, containing the following code: #!/bin/bash INTERFACE=$1 # The to comment instead of #. 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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I have to issue the above command only after this error gets displayed. Is this in some kind of virtual-machine or hypervised environment where something may be blocking the OS from setting the hardware clock? -- :wq mikemol at gmail Feb6,2012,10:50AM Post #6 of 15 (2540 Gentoo Ntp-client Join our community today! Gentoo Timezone it is not running as a daemon.

Note: on different hardware from different vendors, occasionally you run into a hardware clock that does not cooperate. http://chatflow.net/failed-to/bacula-test-client-connection.html Hint: EMERGE_DEFAULT_OPTS="--quiet-build=n" alyf at alyf Feb7,2012,8:56AM Post #14 of 15 (2498 views) Permalink Re: hwclock <--> sysclock and the ntp-client [In reply to] >> Is your RTC driver compiled into the kernel? > Hope this helps! I have a laptop and I don't want the NTP daemon running all the time.

Adv Reply March 9th, 2009 #3 adam_ski View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 5 Cups of Ubuntu Join Date Mar 2009 Beans 21 DistroXubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala [Solved] Re: Just a convention though. 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: navigate here clock_args="" In the kernel config file I had set: CONFIG_RTC_HCTOSYS=y CONFIG_RTC_HCTOSYS_DEVICE="rtc0" I would exspect that after a reboot of the system which system time is correctly set via ntp-client that the

Hint: EMERGE_DEFAULT_OPTS="--quiet-build=n" mikemol at gmail Feb6,2012,5:02PM Post #11 of 15 (2510 views) Permalink Re: hwclock <--> sysclock and the ntp-client [In reply to] On Feb 6, 2012 7:00 PM, wrote: One sets the BIOS at shutdown and the other loads from the BIOS when rebooting. On top of that, when I try to edit the system time by right clicking on the clock > Adjust time and date > Set system time I get an error

It could be that your hardware clock is drifting, and >> the system won't reset it until it goes to shutdown. >> >> -- >> :wq >> > > Hi Michael,

My posts are predominantly about Gentoo Linux and Sabayon Linux, although occasionally I may post regarding other distributions and other operating systems. 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 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 Related Filed under Gentoo Linux, Internet, Linux, Networks, Sabayon Linux, Wired, Wireless Tagged with clock, Gentoo Linux, Internet, Linux, networks, NTP, OpenRC, Sabayon Linux, wired, wireless About FitzcarraldoA Linux user with

As I wrote I am using ntp_client for setting my system time while booting up. Having a problem logging in? Adv Reply March 9th, 2009 #2 stumbleUpon View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Way Too Much Ubuntu Join Date Apr 2008 Location Bangalore, India Beans 250 DistroUbuntu 10.04 Lucid his comment is here Share this:EmailPrintFacebookGoogleLinkedInPinterestRedditTumblrTwitterLike this:Like Loading...

It could be that your hardware clock is drifting, and > > >> the system won't reset it until it goes to shutdown. > > >> > > >> -- > Contact Gossamer Threads Web Applications & Managed Hosting Powered by Gossamer Threads Inc. 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 My question was more geared toward specifically obtaining information about your hardware clock, which you probed with the hwclock command.

Bear in mind that ntp-client does not run continuously; it syncs once with an external time server if there is a network connection, and that's it. I think he's trying to depend on the kernel keeping the hw clock in sync with the sw clock, and that part's not working for some reason. Hence, no userspace control over the frequency. You do not need this if you are > > >> > # running a modern kernel with CONFIG_RTC_HCTOSYS set to y. > > >> > # Also, be aware that

Does setting "clock_hctosys" to YES have any > effect? > > Is this in some kind of virtual-machine or hypervised environment > where something may be blocking the OS from setting