Chronyc tracking -will show how "off" you are from the time of your servers
UTC. I usually set my clocks in the bios to utc, or very close and chrony
will use this as a starting point after boot.

On Aug 6, 2016 12:11 PM, "Mauro Condarelli" <mc5...@mclink.it> wrote:

> Hi,
> I need to start an application with stable and confirmed date&time, i.e.:
> after chrony has started, initialized and set the system clock to some
> presumably valid value.
> Since I am using clock skewing if system time is in the future (need
> strictly monotonic time), internet connection may be missing at startup and
> several other mishaps, it may take a somewhat long time for chrony to
> stabilize (even several minutes).
>
> How can I test (from shell script) if and when system time is (supposed to
> be) stable?
>
> TiA
> Mauro
>
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