[CentOS] Time 1 hour out
centos at eltofts.homelinux.com
Wed Mar 28 15:45:58 UTC 2007
Good afternoon - see, I told you the time was out ;-)
It's the system time that's an hour out - the hardware clock was set to
the correct local time (I'd done this manually earlier).
Here's what I've tried -
stop ntpd and chkconfig it off
used date -s to set correct local time
used clock -w to write to hardware clock
reboot (just in case !)
date and clock now both report the correct local time
clock is still correct, but date has gone back an hour
> Good morning, Andy
> Use /sbin/clock to check the time on your system's hardware clock.
> ntp and date will change the time on your OS but not necessarily on
> your hardware.
> You can change the hardware clock by using the date command to change
> the time and then typing "/sbin/clock -w" to write the time to hardware.
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