bnocera at redhat.com
Fri Mar 27 23:09:47 UTC 2015
gnome-control-center just talks to timedated, it doesn't care about what's behind.
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> systemd-timesyncd can be enabled in more places. (That change isn't in F22
> but could be backported easily). Looking at the state
> of things here, there was a previous discussion on the desktop list:
> From an Atomic Host perspective,
> systemd-timesyncd now looks fairly equivalent to chrony, and is 140k
> that's already shipped. (Though if systemd didn't do internal static
> linking that'd likely be noticeably smaller...anyways, the packaging of
> systemd is a separate discussion).
> Anaconda looks like it only supports chrony. Although,
> it seems weird that Anaconda itself is doing the bridging of DHCP
> NTP servers to chrony config - seems like something to fix in
> NetworkManager itself so that it knows how to copy configuration
> acquired at install time to the target.
> And even then, it seems like we could get away with not setting
> the NTP servers persistently from the DHCP lease acquired at
> install time, and instead just rely on NM/systemd-networkd to
> set them when the system boots again, right?
> This however would require NetworkManager -> timesyncd
> integration. Filed that as
> It appears to me that at least Fedora Server has ntp installed
> but not running, which (looks) is due to freeipa-client having
> a Requires: on ntp. Which came from
> Besides gnome-control-center then, I guess the switch of
> systemd-timedated to only supporting systemd-timesyncd
> impacts FreeIPA too.
> But it wouldn't seem that hard for gnome-control-center and
> freeipa-client to grow minimal awareness of how to use
> systemd-timesyncd's dbus api to set the server.
> Currently I'm leaning towards enabling systemd-timesyncd by default
> for Atomic Host at least, but sending this mail to get a discussion
> across the products.
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