2017-05-30 15:57:00 UTC
I am trying to configure my systemd to run my service *after* the timesyncd
service is synchronized with the NTP server, unfortunately adding the
"After=time-sycd.target" does not work as I can't see any change in the
behavior - my service is started immediately anyway.
Reading here https://github.com/systemd/systemd/issues/5097 it looks like
there is a problem with that target but I am not sure where to start from,
is it feasible to patch the systemd-timesyncd daemon to correct the
I am not very much familiar with the systemd internals or API but I could
learn the bits I need.
As alternative I could write my wrapper around the daemon as done in the
link reporting the issue, both ways I will need to read something
enlightening on the matter, would you be able to point me into the right
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