How do i run chronyc from an interactive prompt on redhat?
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You can see some of the other chronyc makes we ran in other articles.
Just run chronyc without any options, to get the interactive prompt.
$ chronyc chrony version 3.2 Copyright (C) 1997-2003, 2007, 2009-2017 Richard P. Curnow and others chrony comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions. See the GNU General Public License version 2 for details. chronyc> help System clock: tracking Display system time information makestep Correct clock by stepping immediately makestep <threshold> <updates> Configure automatic clock stepping maxupdateskew <skew> Modify maximum valid skew to update frequency waitsync [<max-tries> [<max-correction> [<max-skew> [<interval>]]]] Wait until synchronised in specified limits Time sources: sources [-v] Display information about current sources sourcestats [-v] Display statistics about collected measurements reselect Force reselecting synchronisation source reselectdist <dist> Modify reselection distance NTP sources: activity Check how many NTP sources are online/offline ntpdata [<address>] Display information about last valid measurement add server <address> [options] Add new NTP server add peer <address> [options] Add new NTP peer delete <address> Remove server or peer burst <n-good>/<n-max> [<mask>/<address>] Start rapid set of measurements maxdelay <address> <delay> Modify maximum valid sample delay maxdelayratio <address> <ratio> Modify maximum valid delay/minimum ratio maxdelaydevratio <address> <ratio> Modify maximum valid delay/deviation ratio minpoll <address> <poll> Modify minimum polling interval maxpoll <address> <poll> Modify maximum polling interval minstratum <address> <stratum> Modify minimum stratum offline [<mask>/<address>] Set sources in subnet to offline status online [<mask>/<address>] Set sources in subnet to online status polltarget <address> <target> Modify poll target refresh Refresh IP addresses Manual time input: manual off|on|reset Disable/enable/reset settime command manual list Show previous settime entries manual delete <index> Delete previous settime entry settime <time> Set daemon time (e.g. Sep 25, 2015 16:30:05 or 16:30:05) NTP access: accheck <address> Check whether address is allowed clients Report on clients that have accessed the server serverstats Display statistics of the server allow [<subnet>] Allow access to subnet as a default allow all [<subnet>] Allow access to subnet and all children deny [<subnet>] Deny access to subnet as a default deny all [<subnet>] Deny access to subnet and all children local [options] Serve time even when not synchronised local off Don't serve time when not synchronised smoothtime reset|activate Reset/activate time smoothing smoothing Display current time smoothing state Monitoring access: cmdaccheck <address> Check whether address is allowed cmdallow [<subnet>] Allow access to subnet as a default cmdallow all [<subnet>] Allow access to subnet and all children cmddeny [<subnet>] Deny access to subnet as a default cmddeny all [<subnet>] Deny access to subnet and all children Real-time clock: rtcdata Print current RTC performance parameters trimrtc Correct RTC relative to system clock writertc Save RTC performance parameters to file Other daemon commands: cyclelogs Close and re-open log files dump Dump all measurements to save files rekey Re-read keys from key file Client commands: dns -n|+n Disable/enable resolving IP addresses to hostnames dns -4|-6|-46 Resolve hostnames only to IPv4/IPv6/both addresses timeout <milliseconds> Set initial response timeout retries <retries> Set maximum number of retries keygen [<id> [<type> [<bits>]]] Generate key for key file exit|quit Leave the program help Generate this help chronyc>
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