NOt sure what you mean. Chrony constantly updates the time. It is not
something that happens at any particular time. It measures how far out the
time now is, then adjusts the rate of the clock so that that time difference
will be eliminated over some time period. That is a constant process.

chronyc will tell you various things, including what the current offset is,
what the adjusted rate is, etc. I think you are confused about how chrony
works. I is not like rdate, or ntpdate which simply resets the clock when run.



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On Mon, 3 Oct 2016, Jahagirdar, Bhushan wrote:


Hi,

 

Is there any way to know if Chrony has updated the system time? I mean an 
interface, event or a
possibility of a callback from Chrony.

 

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Thanks and Regards,

Bhushan J.

 


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