[CentOS] ntpdate past CentOS 7

Wed Dec 2 19:17:04 UTC 2020
Jerry Geis <jerry.geis at gmail.com>

So ntpdate is no longer present past CentOS 7.

Many times people want "internal" NTP servers - not opening firewalls to
allow external pool.ntp.org kind of stuff.

ntpdate was "nice" in that I could just run once a day as "ntpdate name"
and all good. Is there a similar client for CentOS 8 ? I saw chrony - but
does not seem to be a command line command and I would also have to edit a
file - Both are not desirable.

Just looking for a simple - flexible command like I have been using
"ntpdate name" for CentOS 8.