A tale of two nameservers - resolution problems

Sten Carlsen stenc at s-carlsen.dk
Tue Sep 1 16:05:19 UTC 2015

On 01/09/15 17:46, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
> There will be a lot of arm IoT boxes in the next few years needing
> their time on boot.  Of course booting will not be that frequent, but
> it will interesting to see how it plays out.   And check devices like
> the esp8266, as $6 IoT device.  It also gets its time once connected.
This will be very interesting when all those boxes have fixed addresses
in IPv4 and the environment goes to IPv6. Or those addresses disappear
for whatever reason.
Obsolete devices?
>> so you just need to make sure the correct order
>> * ntpdate xx.xx.xx.xx
>> * start ntpd
>> * start named
> I will be looking more into this.  Obvious when you get ones nose
> dragged into time wrong on boot.  This is actually a broader problem
> on arm SoC booting.  Your logs all have the wrong time for the boot
> messages until there is a network to get time.  I have some ideas for
> a process that will set time a boot to the time of the last poweroff. 
> at least that is 'close enough' for starters.
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Best regards

Sten Carlsen

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