On Fri, Apr 28, 2017 at 11:43:53AM +0100, Benjamin Schnieders wrote:
> On the problematic machine, however, it's still running as root. It's also
> running as root on another client machine (on which chronyc sources works),
> which is also Ubuntu 14.04, so that appears to be normal.

The older package just didn't configure chronyd to drop root. That
shouldn't change anything for the ability to listen and respond on the
port 323.

If you have a second machine with the same chrony version, could you
try to configure both of them with the "cmdallow" directive to allow
command access and check from which machine chronyc works remotely?
Maybe that will tell us if it's a problem in chronyc or chronyd. You
might need to open the port 323 in firewall. 

-- 
Miroslav Lichvar

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