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Re: [Xen-users] keeping time in sync

Ian Campbell <Ian.Campbell@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> On Sat, 2014-10-25 at 17:27 +0200, lee wrote:
>> Hi,
>> how do I keep the time of the domUs in sync with the time of dom0?
>> Ntpd is running on dom0, and it seems to be deprecated to run an ntp
>> client on each domU since the domUs are supposed to keep their time in
>> sync automatically, and apparently the time cannot be changed with an
>> ntp client on a domU anyway.
>> Now I'm finding a domU which is about 30 seconds off after only 20 days
>> uptime.
>> What am I supposed to do to keep the time in sync?
> You should run ntpd in domU.
> The automatic sync you mention was a property of the old XenoLinux fork
> and is not part of the upstreamed pvops functionality.

Thank you --- that's what I resorted to.

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might swallow us.  Finally, this fear has become reasonable.

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