Did you used the --no-ntp option or freeipa? or did you use the internal
freeipa ntp?


2013/7/9 natxo asenjo <natxo.ase...@gmail.com>

> On 07/08/2013 03:49 PM, Schmitt, Christian wrote:
>
>> Hello, is there currently a good way to install FreeIPA or IdM in
>> virtual machines?
>> Currently we having some Windows Hyper-V Hypervisors since we are
>> planning to buy some Dell Hardware that can't run Linux yet, the Dell
>> VRTX.
>> Also we want to reuse our Windows Server Datacenter Licenses.
>> Is there a good way to do it?
>>
>
> we run a fully virtualized IdM environment on ESX. We did run in time
> synch problems after a server was rebooted for updates, the time was way
> out of sync.
>
> Running ntpdate to synchronize to the ntp server on boot with the
> /etc/sysconfig/ntpdate config file was the solution for us. the iburst
> option in ntp.conf works if your clock skew is not greater than 300
> seconds, but then you do not have login problems either.
>
> --
> groet,
> natxo
>
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