Lukas Slebodnik via FreeIPA-users <freeipa-users(a)lists.fedorahosted.org>
On (15/01/18 10:53), Rob Crittenden via FreeIPA-users wrote:
>As I read it he has the reverse problem. He installed with NTP
>and now wants to remove it.
>You need to remove NTP as a managed IPA service by removing the entry:
>ipactl will no longer try to start the service.
I also consider to remove ntp service from my IPA servers...
>Note that without good time then you may run into serious issues
>Kerberos and replication.
I do not have any time related problems with chronyd + fedora *default* configuration.
I also think that now all major Linux distributions configure some kind
of NTP client service per default (at least Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS run
here and enable some timesync by default - systemd-timesyncd too looks
Even if the clients don't use the same NTP servers (each distribution
has its own pool) the time should be good enough. At least that's what
I see on my systems - time is not a problem.
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