03-07-2017 02:14 AM
We have a ClearPass running on a Microsoft HyperV Host. After some Time (Days or Weeks) the clock runs out of sync and that even with configured NTP-Servers.
Had anyone else discovered the same problem?
Is there any way to configure a cronjob like in unices? With that i can set ntpdate with the parameter '-b' to set the clock every 5 minutes.
Sorry for my poor englisch...
03-07-2017 05:16 AM
English was perfect!!!! I never had this issue with my CPPM servers but I am running Aruba appliances not VM versions. What are you using for NTP servers?
Have you opened a case with support?
03-07-2017 08:01 AM
Thank you for you reply.
I don't think the NTP-Servers are responsible for this errror as all other (non HyperV) Hosts works perfectly. I have diffrent NTP-Servers Linux and Microsoft based but it dosn't make any diffrence from which one's CPPM does syncronize.
03-07-2017 08:07 AM
Thank you for your input. I asked our HyperV Admin and after some searching he find this option and disabled it for me. I will restart the CPPM tonight and have an eye onto the clock.
btw. is this a known Problem with HyperV? I experienced this Problem also on other non Windows based Virtual Appliances.
03-07-2017 08:22 AM - edited 03-07-2017 08:36 AM
I agree I was just asking out of curiousity because we use to point some of our other hardware (not Aruba) to NTP servers that were Cisco routers and switches. Worked for years but some of the Linux servers we always slipping time when pointed to these. We since replaced with a dedicated NTP appliance and its been much better. Additionally the Linux servers we we using had an NTP bug that we had patched for. All better lately.
03-08-2017 02:49 AM
After the reboot yesterday, the clock sync works without the lost of any single second (until now).
I will continue to monitor the clock, because sometimes it runs stable for weeks until its get out of sync.
Thank you very much!