[ubuntu/jammy-proposed] chrony 4.2-2ubuntu1 (Accepted)

Christian Ehrhardt christian.ehrhardt at canonical.com
Mon Feb 7 11:54:12 UTC 2022


chrony (4.2-2ubuntu1) jammy; urgency=medium

  * Merge with Debian unstable. Remaining changes:
    Remaining changes:
    - d/chrony.conf: use ubuntu ntp pool and server (LP 1744664 1754358)
    - Set -x as default if unable to set time (e.g. in containers) (LP 1589780)
      Chrony is a single service which acts as both NTP client (i.e. syncing the
      local clock) and NTP server (i.e. providing NTP services to the network),
      and that is both desired and expected in the vast majority of cases.
      But in containers syncing the local clock is usually impossible, but this
      shall not break the providing of NTP services to the network.
      To some extent this makes chrony's default config more similar to 'ntpd',
      which complained in syslog but still provided NTP server service in those
      cases.
      + debian/chrony.service: allow the service to run without CAP_SYS_TIME
      + debian/control: add new dependency libcap2-bin for capsh (usually
        installed anyway, but make them explicit to be sure).
      + debian/chrony.default: new option SYNC_IN_CONTAINER to not fall back
        (Default off) [fixed a minor typo in the comment in this update]
      + debian/chronyd-starter.sh: wrapper to handle special cases in containers
        and if CAP_SYS_TIME is missing. Effectively allows on to run NTP server
        in containers on a default installation and avoid failing to sync time
        (or if allowed to sync, avoid multiple containers to fight over it by
        accident).
      + debian/install: make chrony-starter.sh available on install.
      + debian/docs, debian/README.container: provide documentation about the
        handling of this case.
  * Dropped changes [ in 4.2-1 ]
    - Drop patches present in v4.2
      + d/p/allow-clone3-and-pread64-in-seccomp-filter.patch
      + d/p/fix-seccomp-filter-for-BINDTODEVICE-socket-option.patch
      + d/p/lp-1940252-rtc-avoid-printing-and-scanning-time_t.patch
    - d/t/upstream-simulation-test-suite: bump to the matching clknetsim

Date: Fri, 04 Feb 2022 07:52:48 +0100
Changed-By: Christian Ehrhardt <christian.ehrhardt at canonical.com>
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss at lists.ubuntu.com>
https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/chrony/4.2-2ubuntu1
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Date: Fri, 04 Feb 2022 07:52:48 +0100
Source: chrony
Architecture: source
Version: 4.2-2ubuntu1
Distribution: jammy
Urgency: medium
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss at lists.ubuntu.com>
Changed-By: Christian Ehrhardt <christian.ehrhardt at canonical.com>
Changes:
 chrony (4.2-2ubuntu1) jammy; urgency=medium
 .
   * Merge with Debian unstable. Remaining changes:
     Remaining changes:
     - d/chrony.conf: use ubuntu ntp pool and server (LP 1744664 1754358)
     - Set -x as default if unable to set time (e.g. in containers) (LP 1589780)
       Chrony is a single service which acts as both NTP client (i.e. syncing the
       local clock) and NTP server (i.e. providing NTP services to the network),
       and that is both desired and expected in the vast majority of cases.
       But in containers syncing the local clock is usually impossible, but this
       shall not break the providing of NTP services to the network.
       To some extent this makes chrony's default config more similar to 'ntpd',
       which complained in syslog but still provided NTP server service in those
       cases.
       + debian/chrony.service: allow the service to run without CAP_SYS_TIME
       + debian/control: add new dependency libcap2-bin for capsh (usually
         installed anyway, but make them explicit to be sure).
       + debian/chrony.default: new option SYNC_IN_CONTAINER to not fall back
         (Default off) [fixed a minor typo in the comment in this update]
       + debian/chronyd-starter.sh: wrapper to handle special cases in containers
         and if CAP_SYS_TIME is missing. Effectively allows on to run NTP server
         in containers on a default installation and avoid failing to sync time
         (or if allowed to sync, avoid multiple containers to fight over it by
         accident).
       + debian/install: make chrony-starter.sh available on install.
       + debian/docs, debian/README.container: provide documentation about the
         handling of this case.
   * Dropped changes [ in 4.2-1 ]
     - Drop patches present in v4.2
       + d/p/allow-clone3-and-pread64-in-seccomp-filter.patch
       + d/p/fix-seccomp-filter-for-BINDTODEVICE-socket-option.patch
       + d/p/lp-1940252-rtc-avoid-printing-and-scanning-time_t.patch
     - d/t/upstream-simulation-test-suite: bump to the matching clknetsim
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Original-Maintainer: Vincent Blut <vincent.debian at free.fr>
Vcs-Git: https://git.launchpad.net/~paelzer/ubuntu/+source/chrony
Vcs-Git-Commit: e82626a58cddcd7c6e5d19afb0c33b4a7ce1a474
Vcs-Git-Ref: refs/heads/merge-4.2-2-jammy


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