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Re: Re: [alpine-devel] Chronyd blocks boot for ~5s. How can I improve this?

From: Ivan Tham <pickfire_at_riseup.net>
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2017 10:26:13 +0800

I didn't notice slowdown with chronyd as I had enable rc_parallel.

But I did notice that I have to wait for tor to finish starting up which took
some time and as well it is the last service to be started on boot.

By the way duan yao, do you use IME in alpine?

段垚 <duanyao_at_ustc.edu> wrote:

> 在 2017/3/15 22:08, Stuart Cardall 写道:
>
> > I noticed this with chronyd too - now I use sntpc with:
> >
> > SNTPC_INTERVAL="21600"
> >
> > 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:
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> 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.



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