I have a few guest machines on VMware. Up until now I was keeping my time sync with ntpd inside guests. Now our VMware admins decided to setup VM hosts to keep time, so VMs don't have to. I disabled ...
I wanted to test if ntp was working on my machine, so I set the time back 5 minutes and restarted ntp $ sudo service ntp stop $ sudo date -s "9:40 AM" # This time was 5 minutes ago $ sudo service ntp ...
This question has come up a number of times in a localized way, this question is meant to provide the preferred/best method for synchronizing a system's clock using NTP. The solution should handle ...
I've tried tzselect and all it appears to do is tell me what region I want to pick. I'm trying to change tz without a restart and for all users, then sync the time accordingly.
I am searching for a command-line that allows me to check the system time deviance to a NTP server specified on the command-line. I don't want to change/adapt the system time - only displays the ...