thx for your explanations!
24.04.2020 18:29, Michael Hirmke ?????:
> Hi *,
> I tried to understand the relation between chrony, timedatectl, dhcp and
> NetworkManager on my Tumbleweed notebook.
timedatectl is used to enable/disable systemd-timesyncd
SNTP to periodically poll time server(s). systemd-timesyncd obtains list
of servers from static configuration and from systemd-networkd. Whether
systemd-networkd requests list of NTP servers from DHCP v4/v6 server is
per-interface configurable. See
If systemd-networkd is not used to manage network, you
cannot use DHCP
to fetch NTP servers for systemd-timesyncd.
ok, so in this case - not using systemd-networkd, but using dhcp, I have
to use chrony, if I want to get ntp servers via dhcp - right?
Timedatectl is not service. Service is
Of course, my mistake.
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