Discussion:
Date/Time Update Without NTP
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Donal Morrissey
2018-11-26 11:57:23 UTC
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Hi There,

I'm using yocto sumo with systemd, and have an issue where I can't identify
which service is grabbing time from the ethernet based network.

If I start the unit without a network connection, the time is reported as
EPOC. As soon as I connect the network, the date/time is updated. However,
there isn't anything in the logs that I can see which tells details of the
service which has updated time. Also, the ntpd binary is not installed.

Is there a time service, other than NTP, which would typically be enabled
on Yocto builds?

Cheers,
Donal
Belisko Marek
2018-11-26 11:58:58 UTC
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On Mon, Nov 26, 2018 at 12:57 PM Donal Morrissey
Post by Donal Morrissey
Hi There,
I'm using yocto sumo with systemd, and have an issue where I can't identify which service is grabbing time from the ethernet based network.
If I start the unit without a network connection, the time is reported as EPOC. As soon as I connect the network, the date/time is updated. However, there isn't anything in the logs that I can see which tells details of the service which has updated time. Also, the ntpd binary is not installed.
Is there a time service, other than NTP, which would typically be enabled on Yocto builds?
it should be probably systemd-timesyncd service (check if it's running)
Post by Donal Morrissey
Cheers,
Donal
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