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clock.redhat.com question



I noticed a message when shutting down a machine the other day 
about the clock.redhat.com. Then noticed that the time wasn't right 
on the machine. Our MIS has the local file server running 7 minutes 
fast, and went the machine boot from windows they use that time, 
but when they boot to fedora, they use the ntp. 

I did a rdate -s clock.redhat.com and nothing changed. I then ran 
rdate -p clock.redhat.com and it returns ALARM CLOCK.
rdate -p clock2.redhat.com does the same.
rdate -p rolex.peachnet.edu returns the time. 


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