ntp-wait (8) - Linux Man Pages
ntp-wait: waits until ntpd is in synchronized state
NAMEntp-wait - waits until ntpd is in synchronized state
ntp-wait [ -fv ] [ -n tries ] [ -s seconds ]
The ntp-wait program blocks until ntpd is in synchronized state. This can be useful at boot time, to delay the boot sequence until after "ntpd -g" has set the time.
COMMAND LINE OPTIONS
- Return a non-zero exit code if the state is unknown.
- -n tries
- Number of tries before giving up. The default is 1000.
- -s seconds
- Seconds to sleep between tries. The default is 6 seconds.
- Be verbose.
Primary source of documentation: /usr/share/doc/ntp-*
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