Re: [alpine-devel] Chronyd blocks boot for ~5s. How can I improve this?
在 2017/3/15 22:08, Stuart Cardall 写道:
> I noticed this with chronyd too - now I use sntpc with:
> set in /etc/conf.d/sntpc
> Stuart Cardall.
Great to know sntp.
I also found that I can workaround this issue by add `--background`
option to `start-stop-daemon` in `/etc/init.d/chronyd`.
However don't know whether this breaks anything.
> On 03/15/2017 06:50 AM, 段垚 wrote:
>> I'm new to Apline and just installed Apline 3.5.2 to hard disk (in
>> Virtualbox, x86_64) with default options. During the boot, I note
>> that chronyd takes ~5 seconds to start, which I think is too much.
>> How can I improve this?
>> Wireshark shows that there are 3~4 NTP requests sent during the boot
>> with a interval ~2s, I think this explains why chronyd takes so much
>> time to start. But why can't it do this in background?
>> I try to start chronyd in command line, it also takes >5s before
>> going to background:
>> # rc-service chronyd stop
>> * Stopping chronyd ...
>> # time chronyd
>> real 0m 7.37s
>> user 0m 0.00s
>> sys 0m 0.00s
>> However I failed to find an option for command line or configure file
>> to change this behavior.
>> Duan, Yao
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Received on Wed Mar 15 2017 - 23:24:41 GMT