05-19-2003 09:35 PM
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05-19-2003 10:06 PM
You should synchronise your server time to an other server using NTP.
05-19-2003 10:17 PM
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05-20-2003 12:59 AM
As mentioned, the correct way to keep all computers locked onto atomic clock standards is to use NTP. There are several threads in the forums regarding setting up NTP. It is very simple for HP-UX except the LAN acess...your network administrator must allow NTP through the firewall. Actually, many netadmins will (or can be persuaded) to setup the firewall as an NTP server for your company.
05-20-2003 05:36 AM
See this for some very useful info particularly regarding crystal oscillator driven time generators.
05-20-2003 09:51 AM
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05-20-2003 11:37 AM
At least they would all have the same time.
On my machines, several run seconds fast per day and several run seconds slow per day. I have a few that run real close to the actual time within a few hundredths of a second each day.
I can tell that by looking at the ntp sync times.
05-20-2003 11:45 PM