On 5/9/2017 5:35 AM, Miroslav Lichvar wrote:
Unless the system will be offline for very long intervals (e.g.
months), in which it could gain a very large offset, which would take
too long to correct, or it can be suspended and resumed without an
RTC, it's better to limit the number of updates in which the clock is
allowed to be stepped.


So what would you recommend to get the system clock synced to within 0.01 seconds?

makestep 0.01 ??

How soon is the first update made? How long between updates? I'd like to make sure chrony has run long enough so that it has identified the PPS as the best time source.

Deven

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