You tell it to lock to NMEA. Do you actually have an NMEA refclock running?
Ie you might want to show us what your complete chrony.conf is.

Also in your sources, what sources are listed? Ie, what is the complete output of chronyc sources command.

In the logging of the refclock, are there any entries? Do they give you a
clue?



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On Thu, 23 Feb 2017, Brian Gieryk wrote:

Good morning.

Running chrony 3.1, raspberry Pi 3 model B with the latest Raspbian Jessie.

Have GPS working to set the clock with no issue.

Have good PPS on /dev/pps0

From searching the archives I have :
refclock PPS /dev/pps0 poll 0 refid PPS lock NMEA

Appended to the end of /etc/chrony/chrony.conf

Running chronyd produces no errors

PPS shows in chronyc sources

However the #? next to PPS never changes (48 hours so far) and there are no 
corrections.

Any thoughts?

Thank you all!

Brian

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