tlsdated man page

tlsdated — secure parasitic rdate replacement daemon

Synopsis

tlsdated [-wprlsvh] [-t <n>] [-d <n>] [-T <n>] [-D <n>] [-c /path/to ] [-a seconds ] [--] [commands to be passed to tlsdate]

Description

tlsdated is a daemon that runs tlsdate. It must be run as root or otherwise have the proper caps; it will not be able to set the system time without running as root or another privileged user.

Options

-w
don't set hwclock
-p
dry run (don't really set time)
-r
use stdin instead of netlink for routes
-t [n]
try up to n times if unsuccessful to synchronize the time
-d [n]
delay n seconds between tries
-T [n]
give subprocess n chances to exit
-D [n]
delay n seconds between wait attempts
-c [/path/to/cache/directory/]
set the cache directory
-a [n]
run at most every n seconds in steady state
-l
don't load disk timestamps
-s
don't save disk timestamp
-j [n]
add up to n seconds of jitter to steady-state fetches
-v
be verbose
-b
be extra verbose (debugging)
-U
do not use DBus if supported
-h
print help message
-f [/path/to/config/file]
use alternate config file
-x [proxy]
override the proxy supplied to sources in the config file
[tlsdate command arguments]
arguments to be passed to tlsdate at launch time

Bugs

It's likely! Let us know by contacting jacob@appelbaum.net

Note that tlsdate(8) is in Beta, and may not work as expected.

Author

Jacob Appelbaum <jacob at appelbaum dot net>

See Also

tlsdate(1), tlsdate-helper(1), tlsdated.conf(5)

Referenced By

tlsdate(1), tlsdated.conf(5), tlsdate-helper(1).

OCTOBER 2012 Linux User Manuals