I've noticed this message in the daily reports:
It comes from a service ntpd onefetch.
The file does not seem truncated, and is not yet expired (it says "File expires on: 28 June 2022").
I already ran freebsd-update fetch (everything is up to date).
Is there anything to do, or to worry about?
NTPD seems to be simple service, but I found it challenging it doesn't do what I need. Currently local date synchronization works well, however I need to use it as local network service no matter if ntp client has access to Internet or no. No NAT is better.
I have 2 network interfaces:
I'm trying to use ntpd to set the correct time on a machine.
I have setup the service by adding these two lines in /etc/rc.conf:
Then i ran service ntpd start to start the service.
The thing I can't figure out is how to see that the time has been...
Has anybody gotten ntpd to correctly work on a recent fresh install? I'm on stock kernel, fully patched, ntpdate works but any variation of ntpd just segfaults:
root@svc1:~ # ntpd -I 10.10.0.89 -n -c /etc/ntp.conf
7 Jan 10:33:35 ntpd: ntpd 4.2.8p15-a (1): Starting
7 Jan 10:33:35...
After my second install of FreeBSD last week, I am confused as to the best way to go about fixing my system's defective clock. I thought I set up FreeBSD correctly, yet whenever the computer boots up it shows UTC as the time, but shows my time zone as "CST" (UTC-6). The time is also always more...
I recently upgraded my main server to 13.0-RELEASE-p4, and since then I have noticed the clock can't keep sync. It has drifted as much as 12 hours out of sync, despite ntpd running.
After investigating further, it seems that the clock will drift about 3.5 seconds every minute. I have...
I have a question, can help debug? 😀
I using net/ntp for time synchronization.
rc script file /usr/local/etc/rc.conf.d/ntpd added as below
ntpd_program="/usr/local/sbin/ntpd" # path to ntpd, if you want a different one.
Installed FreeBSD bsd 13.0-RC3 FreeBSD 13.0-RC3
I wanted to force ntpd to sync, but the ntpd daemon was not running. service ntpd start ; ntpq -c peer returned
remote refid st t when poll reach delay offset jitter...
Hello BSD Users
Since a few years I'm running several NTP servers but all of them reference some systems on the net. Now I'd like to be more precise and install a GPS receiver...
My problem ist, that the time from gpsd is not synced with my ntp server
(I may note, that I'm not a GPS expert at...
I am using FreeBSD v12 along with NTPd service to work as an NTP server for local PCs and servers on a LAN. In most cases the setup for demo purposes so the NTP server may not access the internet, so couldn't SYNC time from POOL servers configured in /etc/ntp.conf and needed to SYNC local...
I installed fresh installation of FreeBSD 12.0 minimal; I then installed minimal packages, the rest was done via ports. I did freebsd-update fetch in install - it wen along OK.
Afterwords I get errors like: kldload: can't load pf: Operation not permitted and kldload: can't load...
Hi, I have a freshly updated
12.0-RELEASE-p8 FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE-p8 r350387 GENERIC amd64
where NTPd stopped working saying:
Jul 28 14:32:28 wasp ntpd: giving up resolving host ntp1.hetzner.de: servname not supported for ai_socktype (9)
Jul 28 14:32:28 wasp ntpd: giving up...
This is a 12.0 vm install from .iso on vmware that has been updated to p6.
ntpdate and ntpd are enabled in rc.conf but ntpd complains that it cannot resolve "0.freebsd.pool.ntp.org" during startup.
However, when I manually stop and restart ntpd it is able to resolve it:named: running...
On a host running 11.0-RELEASE-p1, I today noticed the following processes running:
root 48249 0.0 0.2 6668 2296 - I 03:48 0:00.00 /bin/sh /etc/periodic/daily/480.leapfile-ntpd
root 48252 0.0 0.2 3928 1668 - I 03:48 0:00.01 sleep 71232
Having never seen...
I have a FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE server running as a KVM guest and doesn't keep its clock synchronize. I have enabled ntpd in /etc/rc.conf:
but it doesn't solve my problem. If the server runs for a few hours the difference between real time and...