James Knott wrote:
On 2019-08-06 03:26 PM, Per Jessen wrote:
Installing ntp will not do anything for you -
chrony is probably
still running, I don't think they are mutually exclusive.
Maybe repost your question specifically mentioning chrony.
I have disabled Chrony and enabled ntp. Both do the same with IPv4
and IPv6 addresses.
One thing I've noticed is that both occur within a couple of seconds.
Then, after about 64 seconds, they both repeat again. On the
occasions when there are 2 IPv4 or IPv6 together, they're again about
about 64 seconds apart. It would appear in those cases that the other
protocol isn't used.
Now that you've switched, what does "ntpq -pn" tell you?
I have just enabled and configured ntpd on a test machine, eventually it
also prefers IPv4, but that's because it has a higher stratum:
# ntpq -pn
remote refid st t when poll reach delay offset jitter
+192.168.2.254 .DCFa. 1 u 37 64 77 0.222 8.747 6.018
*fe80::202:a5ff: 192.168.2.254 2 b 14 16 376 0.115 4.498 2.684
I don't remember why the IPv6 address only is stratum 2, but there
is some explanation.
Per Jessen, Zürich (19.5°C)
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