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Re: Network Time



Network Time Protocol Daemon =ntpd  when set up
properly it will query 1 or more times servers and set
you clock within a few millionths of a second. So so
never have to do a rdate again
--- David Sudjiman <davidsudjiman yahoo com> wrote:
> Dear All,
> 
> I was told that if I wanna sync my local date/time I
> should do it with
> rdate <a_time_server> and then sync it with my
> hwclock -w.
> 
> How can I get the list of those time server? and
> What is the diff with the ntpd, is that ntpd gives
> the query result to
> some clients issued with rdate command?
> 
> thx
> .dave
> 
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