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I will add that if you go into /etc/chrony/chrony.conf and modify the line for PPS
and add prefer
to the end, that should give you the most accurate time when the GPS is running.
refclock SHM 2 refid PPS precision 1e-9 poll 3 trust prefer
On Tue, Dec 18, 2018 at 4:35 PM Basil Gunn <basil@...
I have been playing around with chrony for a few hours now and I've
convinced myself that chronyd should work fine with or without a gps
If you look at the output of this command without a GPS antenna:
it should have "Network time on: yes"
I have experienced chrony sometimes taking several minutes to get the
local time correct. I think installing the battery on the DRAWS board
could help that behavior. Let me know if you see other time related
f6bvp <f6bvp@...> writes:
> Ok. I reinstalled chrony for it had been removed when installing ntp.
> This time command
> systemctl status chrony
> showed that it was started as ntp client/server and
> chrony sources command found 6 sources while gps is not activated.
> 73 de Bernard f6bvp
>> Le 18 déc. 2018 à 17:20, John D Hays - K7VE <john@...> a écrit :
>> Chrony works without GPS as a client on the Internet.
>>> On Tue, Dec 18, 2018, 08:13 Basil Gunn <basil@... wrote:
>>> > I noticed that on my compass beta-5 system the time was not set
>>> > correctly despite I did perform initial country, keyboard
>>> > etc...configuration. Thus I apt-get installed ntp and after one or
>>> > two minutes the console clock did display local time correctly.
>>> That's true & I need to fix that.
>>> Currently time defaults to using chrony & the gps. Chrony is another
>>> implementation the Network Time Protocol. You should notice that when
>>> you install ntp, chrony is removed.
>>> I need to look into using chrony without a gps.
John D. Hays