On Mon, 5 Sep 2016, Leo Baltus wrote:
Our monitoring-system sometimes panics about this situation:
$ chrony sources
210 Number of sources = 3
MS Name/IP address Stratum Poll Reach LastRx Last sample
^- ntp1.omroep.nl 3 7 377 96 -919us[ -919us] +/- 26ms
^- ntp2.omroep.nl 3 6 377 55 -67us[ -67us] +/- 9384us
^- ntp3.omroep.nl 3 9 377 996 +36us[ +31us] +/- 6541us
So there apears to be no currently selected source. Moments later Chrony
selects a source and 'chrony sources' shows lines beginning with ^+ en ^* again.
Can I assume that this is normal bahaviour? And should minotoring
scripts assume both 'states' are ok? i.e. interpret lines begining with ^- ^* ^+
What your scripts assume is of course up to you. But chrony is not happy. It
has no source that it trusts (those variances are pretty huge. Is there some
problem with your network)
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