So we had another long power outage yesterday, it went down around 9:30 am and came back at 4pm, when I logged in to the hub right after it came back to life, I saw the time was something like 9:36am. So even though my network was up with internet access, and the hub was obviously booted as I could access its web Gui, the time had not been set.
Shouldn't one of the first things it does during the boot process be to run a ntp daemon or ntp client and set its system clock to NTP? Im guessing the HE SBC doesn't have a battery backed cmos clock, which is a strange design choice given its role as a home automation hub where time keeping is, erm, pretty important.
I noticed the option to set the system time from the browser time, which I did use to get it in sync, but if I hadn't done it, would the hub ever have synced to NTP by itself?
I have a C-4 hub in case thats relevant.