I have been running this OS for a few days. It has made my life much easier.
I run my smartHome as Docker here.
However, I have noticed that the time deviates massively. After only a few moments, the time is outdated again.
I do not know now if this is related, but I use debian.pool.ntp.org as NTP Mirror. But even the Gateway option doesn’t work for me.
Here an extract from ‘journalctl -u systemd-timesyncd.service’:
-- Journal begins at Thu 2023-05-18 18:39:06 CEST, ends at Thu 2023-05-18 19:16:26 CEST. --
Mai 18 18:39:07 SmartHome systemd: Starting Network Time Synchronization...
Mai 18 18:39:07 SmartHome systemd: Started Network Time Synchronization.
Mai 18 18:41:11 SmartHome systemd-timesyncd: Initial synchronization to time server 188.8.131.52:123 (2.debian.pool.ntp.org).
Mai 18 18:41:11 SmartHome systemd: Stopping Network Time Synchronization...
Mai 18 18:41:11 SmartHome systemd: systemd-timesyncd.service: Succeeded.
Mai 18 18:41:11 SmartHome systemd: Stopped Network Time Synchronization.
I hope this helps. Would be very happy about a feedback or solution.
# Docs: https://www.raspberrypi.com/documentation/computers/config_txt.html
# Overlays: https://github.com/raspberrypi/firmware/blob/b150147d0135e5ba4bed7e30cda8ff96ce7d92f8/boot/overlays/README
# Max allocated framebuffers: Set to "0" in headless mode to reduce memory usage
# - Defaults to "2" on RPi4 and "1" on earlier RPi models
# If you get no picture, set the following to "1" to apply most compatible HDMI settings.
# Uncomment to adjust the HDMI signal strength if you have interferences, blanking, or no display.
# - Ranges from "0" to "11", use values above "7" only if required, e.g. with very long HDMI cable.
# - Default on first RPi1 A/B is "2", else "5", on RPi4 this setting is ignored.
# Uncomment if HDMI display is not detected and composite is being outputted.
# Uncomment to disable HDMI even if plugged, e.g. to force composite output.
# Uncomment to force a console size. By default it will be display's size minus overscan.
# Uncomment to enable SDTV/composite output on RPi4. This has no effect on previous RPi models.
# SDTV mode
# Uncomment to force a specific HDMI mode (this will force VGA).
# Uncomment to force an HDMI mode rather than DVI. This enables HDMI audio in DMT modes.
# Set "hdmi_blanking=1" to allow the display going into standby after 10 minutes without input.
# With default value "0", the display shows a blank screen instead, but will not go into standby.
# NB: Some legacy OpenMAX applications (OMXPlayer) cannot wake screens from real standby.
# Set to "1" if your display has a black border of unused pixels visible.
# Uncomment the following to adjust overscan.
# Use positive numbers if console goes off screen, and negative if there is too much border.
#-------RPi camera module-------
#-------GPU memory splits-------
#-------Boot splash screen------
# NB: "enable_uart=1" will enforce "core_freq=250" on RPi models with onboard WiFi.
#-------SD card HPD-----
# Comment to enable SD card hot-plug detection, while booting via USB or network.
# NB: This causes constant CPU load and kernel errors when no SD card is inserted.
This has nothing to do with DietPi. It’s related to RPi device and how CPU frequency is working there. Maybe @MichaIng could be more specific on this. If I’m not mistaken it is a known limitation of RPi4.
Could you please elaborate? DietPi-Performance > Overclocking ? DietPi-Performance > Overclocking > CPU Governor ? Default values in a RPi3B are default and schedutil respectively. ondemand and conservative CPU Governor settings seems to set a mininum of 600, whichever is more suited for your SBC. Thank you in advance.