NTP, Network Time Protocol for time synchronization between computer systems over UDP.

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Why my time is not correct, it is always 12 hours late

exact with the minutes but wrong with the hours. Mon Sep 8 08:54:44 BST 2014. When actually it is 20:54. I did : sudo /etc/init.d/ntp restart at least ten times no avail. My raspi activates a ...
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ntpq -p reports all available servers have stratum 16

ntpq -p reports all available servers have stratum 16. Therefor the time is cannot be set. However I can ping all the servers. ntpq -p remote refid st t when poll reach delay ...
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Under what conditions is the system clock running?

The Raspberry Pi has no battery powered hardware clock, so it needs to fetch time via NTP and store it via fake-hwclock to not start at 1970 again after a power-loss. When the device is running the ...
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When do I need accurate time via NTP?

The Raspberry Pi has no hardware clock so the OS has to fetch date and time everytime when it boots if one wants accurate time. Do I need accurate NTP time at all and what use cases require it? I'm ...
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NTPd is not updating time

I am running raspbian wheezy, upgraded to all the latest packages. The only custom package installed on it is Oracle's Java 8, everything else and its configuration is stock. Yesterday I noticed that ...
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NTP time off by 24 minutes

I have added dpkg-reconfigure ntp to bash.rc and run it several times in the terminal. I have changed my timezone around. I have gone to just ethernet and rebooted, and every single time, my pi time ...
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Incorrect time until I restart the ntp server (multiple times)

I am using Raspberry PI Model B with Raspbian, installed by NOOBS, upgraded to the latest version. The NTP server is automatically started in the boot process. When I boot my RPI, the time is always ...
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can't access ntp server with static ip

The time on my RPi is off by a few days. When I try $ sudo dpkg-reconfigure ntp it doesn't change the time, but some stuff comes up in the syslog: Oct 21 18:27:45 airpiClock ntpd[2142]: ntpd ...
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Time sync with WiFi

It looks like the ntpd doesn't get the correct time with WiFi. My Raspberry Pi's are connected via WiFi dongles (which work without problems) to my network. The odd thing is, I read that the time ...
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How to force NTPD to update date/time after boot?

The raspberry lacks a hardware clock: how to force NTPD to update date/time immediately after every boot? I'm running Raspbian and the Pi is connected using an ethernet cable.
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Time and date in Raspbian vs. OpenELEC (one works, one not)

I've set up my Raspberry Pi from scratch with BerryBoot set up multiple OS's to boot into. Whenever I boot into 'OpenELEC 2013.01', the time and date gets set correctly, but whenever I boot into ...
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Why isn't NTPd updating local time?

I'm really happy with my Pi so far, but now that the website I'm developing on it is starting to need the time and date, I thought it was about time to get NTPd working. So I installed an NTP server ...
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NTPD not actually setting the time

NTPD appears to run successfully and poll the time server, however it doesn't actually set the time. # ntpd -d & ntp engine ready reply from 83.170.75.28: offset 1348642593.061240 delay ...
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How is time kept on the RPi?

Can anyone explain to me how time is kept on an RPi with the latest Raspian release? What sets the internal clock from an NTP server? What happens when no NTP server is availible? From my program I ...