In my humble experience, the clock inside a VM can jump badly enough that
NTP complains and exits.
You┬╣ll need to configure NTP to be very forgiving.   VMware does a lot of
work in its tools/driver to avoid this.

Michael

On 3/15/14, 4:35 PM, "Neel Natu" <neeln...@gmail.com> wrote:

>Hi Andrea,
>
>On Sat, Mar 15, 2014 at 11:14 AM, Andrea Brancatelli
><abrancate...@schema31.it> wrote:
>>
>>
>> Hello everybody.
>>
>> I have a stupid question for you :)
>>
>> Is the clock in bhyve virtual or just a hook the host?
>>
>> I mean, should I run ntpd inside the VMs as I would do, let's say, with
>> VMWare, or is it enough to run it on the host?
>
>You should also run it inside the guest.
>
>best
>Neel
>
>> --
>>
>> Andrea Brancatelli
>>
>>
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