System Clock Synchronization Client and Server

Edit Package chrony.15242

Chrony is a pair of programs which are used to maintain the accuracy of the
system clock on a computer. The two programs are called chronyd and chronyc.

Chronyd is a daemon which runs in background on the system. It obtains
measurements via the network of the system clock’s offset relative to time
servers on other systems and adjusts the system time accordingly. For isolated
systems, the user can periodically enter the correct time by hand (using
Chronyc). In either case, Chronyd determines the rate at which the computer
gains or loses time, and compensates for this. Chronyd implements the NTP
protocol and can act as either a client or a server.

Chronyc provides a user interface to Chronyd for monitoring its performance and
configuring various settings. It can do so while running on the same computer
as the Chronyd instance it is controlling or a different computer.

Source Files
Filename Size Changed
chrony-3.2.tar.gz 0000433882 424 KB
chrony-config.patch 0000002161 2.11 KB
chrony-dnssrv@.service 0000000205 205 Bytes
chrony-dnssrv@.timer 0000000138 138 Bytes
chrony-fix-open.patch 0000000775 775 Bytes
chrony-logrotate.patch 0000000310 310 Bytes
chrony-ntp-era-split.patch 0000001133 1.11 KB
chrony-service-helper.patch 0000000384 384 Bytes
chrony-service-ordering.patch 0000000421 421 Bytes
chrony.changes 0000017662 17.2 KB
chrony.dhclient 0000000401 401 Bytes
chrony.helper 0000004835 4.72 KB
chrony.spec 0000009752 9.52 KB
chrony.sysconfig 0000000467 467 Bytes
clknetsim-71dbbc5.tar.gz 0000041648 40.7 KB
pool.conf.opensuse 0000000036 36 Bytes
pool.conf.suse 0000000032 32 Bytes
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