Was this machine up and running at the weekend when the leap second was added? You could try the workaround for that and see if it helps
service ntpd ... [by TrevorH]
on 07/04/2012 – Made popular on 07/04/2012
After I installed ntpd via yum I run the command systemctl enable ntpd.service and rebooted the computer. After I got the shell prompt I run systemctl -a | grep ntp and I got ntpd.service loaded inactive dead. If I start it manually using systemctl start ntpd.service it works fine. Why is that? How can I ensure the ntpd.service will be up and running after reboot?
MySQL will not autostart uppon booting. It does work when I 'service mysql start' from terminal. MySQL has its own partition on a secondary harddrive and Mysql was installed through apt, not during OS-install. The configuration of mysql is correct, when it's running I can read and modify databases.
I have added 'insserv mysql' to make it start up on boot.
@STUARTDisclaimer: I don't (yet) use systemd at all. I just started doing some reading with a view to switching this weekend (bank holiday on Monday).I think ntpd.service is different because that has an Install section so enabling it should have been effective.See https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Nt … emd_system.I'm not clear how systemd handles daemons.