[ntp:questions] NTP not reading from /etc/ntp.conf?
cubecentral at gmail.com
Thu Aug 3 15:06:42 UTC 2017
This is a classic problem that arises when the system is booting from DHCP.
This is a link I had saved that describes the problem and points to a
Please let me know if this worked and if my gut instinct was correct!
-R. at CubeCentral
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To: Kevin Chan <kschan at mit.edu>
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Subject: Re: [ntp:questions] NTP not reading from /etc/ntp.conf?
Check the process running with something like "ps -Aef | grep ntpd" to be
sure things are running how you think they are. "/etc/ntp.conf" is the
default but there may be something passing an alternate config file to the
daemon with the -c flag on startup.
Also, see if you have something like timemaster running. It manages multiple
time protocol sources (like ntp, p2p...) and rewrites configs for them as
Dan Geist dan(@)polter.net
----- On Aug 2, 2017, at 5:48 PM, Kevin Chan kschan at mit.edu wrote:
> I'm on an imx233 arm processor using Debian 7.0 with kernel version
> I'm having issues configuring ntpd to read from a gps source. I have
> tried adding server entries in /etc/ntp.conf, but those changes have
> no effect on the sources listed in ntpq -p
> The only thing I see is:
> root at arm:~# ntpq -p
> remote refid st t when poll reach delay offset
> *172.16.0.1 188.8.131.52 4 u - 64 1 1.194 -21.122
> I even deleted /etc/ntp.conf and restarted the ntp service with "sudo
> service ntp restart" and I still see the same entry in ntpq... Is ntp
> reading from a different configuration file somewhere? Thanks in
> Kevin Chan
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