clockConfiguration is not compatible with systemd-based systems
/etc/sysconfig/clock does not exist anymore.
2015-06-18T11:27:48+0200 error: /default/check_clock_configuration/files/'/etc/sysconfig/clock': Promised to edit '/etc/sysconfig/clock', but file does not exist
We could use timedatectl instead.
We also need proper package and service management.
CentOS 7 also generally uses chrony as default ntp service.
#18 Updated by Florian Heigl about 2 years ago
Please could you fix this?
RHEL7 beta has ended quite a while ago :-)
The fix is likely easier than the EL6 implementation was:
It is probably best to just adjust the symlink!
#60 Updated by Vincent MEMBRÉ 5 months ago
- Effort required set to Medium
- Priority changed from 58 to 44
Two solutions here:
Easy way would be to only use ntp, but that would be really strange behavior for a chrony user ( uninstall chrony, install and configure ntp ...)
other way is to rewrite completely the technique to detect correctly which clock management tool is used, and configure it ... but that would be the correct way!
setting effort to medium