Synchronize chrony with a Windows NTP Server
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# /usr/bin/chronyc -n sources MS Name/IP address Stratum Poll Reach LastRx Last sample =============================================================================== ^? 172.16.96.11 1 6 377 61 -11.4s[ -11.4s] +/- 11.0s
On the above output, the server 172.16.96.11 is marked with ^?:
? means this server is currently unusable.
Alternatively, use /usr/bin/chronyc -n sources -v for further details and explanation of each column on the output displayed.
server win-samba.mydomain.com iburst driftfile /var/lib/chrony/drift maxdistance 16.0 # <--- if your NTP is a Windows Server, then use this as starting value. Adapt if necessary. makestep 1.0 3 rtcsync keyfile /etc/chrony.keys leapsectz right/UTC logdir /var/log/chrony
From the chrony.conf man page:
Setting maxdistance to a larger value can be useful to allow synchronisation with a server that only has a very infrequent connection to its sources and can accumulate a large dispersion between updates of its clock.
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- Creation Date: 26-Oct-2022
- Modified Date:26-Oct-2022
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