# This the default chrony.conf file for the Debian chrony package. It is
# suitable for a system with an intermittent dial-up connection. After
# editing this file use the command 'invoke-rc.d chrony restart' to make
# your changes take effect.
# John Hasler <email@example.com> 3 Dec. 1998
# See www.pool.ntp.org for an explanation of these servers. Please
# consider joining the project if possible. If you can't or don't want to
# use these servers I suggest that you try your ISP's nameservers. We mark
# the servers 'offline' so that chronyd won't try to connect when the link
# is down. Scripts in /etc/ppp/ip-up.d and /etc/ppp/ip-down.d use chronyc
# commands to switch it on when the link comes up and off when it goes
# down. If you have an always-on connection such as cable omit the
# 'offline' directive and chronyd will default to online.
server 0.pool.ntp.org offline minpoll 8
server 1.pool.ntp.org offline minpoll 8
server 2.pool.ntp.org offline minpoll 8
# Look here for the admin password needed for chronyc. The initial
# password is generated by a random process at install time. You may
# change it if you wish.
# Set runtime command key. Note that if you change the key (not the
# password) to anything other than 1 you will need to edit
# /etc/ppp/ip-up.d/chrony, /etc/ppp/ip-down.d/chrony, and
# /etc/cron.weekly/chrony as these scripts use it to get the password.
# I moved the driftfile to /var/lib/chrony to comply with the Debian
# filesystem standard.
# Comment this line out to turn off logging.
log tracking measurements statistics
# Stop bad estimates upsetting machine clock.
# Dump measurements when daemon exits.
# Specify directory for dumping measurements.
# Let computer be a server when it is unsynchronised.
local stratum 10
# Allow computers on the unrouted nets 10 and 192.168 to use the server.
# This directive forces `chronyd' to send a message to syslog if it
# makes a system clock adjustment larger than a threshold value in seconds.
# This directive defines an email address to which mail should be sent
# if chronyd applies a correction exceeding a particular threshold to the
# system clock.
# mailonchange root@localhost 0.5
# This directive tells chrony to regulate the real-time clock and tells it
# Where to store related data. It may not work on some newer motherboards
# that use the HPET real-time clock. It requires enhanced real-time
# support in the kernel.
# If the last line of this file reads 'rtconutc' chrony will assume that
# the CMOS clock is on UTC (GMT). If it reads '# rtconutc' or is absent
# chrony will assume local time. The line (if any) was written by the
# chrony postinst based on what it found in /etc/default/rcS. You may
# change it if necessary.