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Re: Changing timestamp in boot.log



Yes, it running a ntp client.  The ntp client appears to work some of the
time.  But the systems somehow goes back and forth from Atlanta to Portugal
time.


On 8/10/07, Manuel Arostegui Ramirez <manuel todo-linux com> wrote:
>
> 2007/8/10, Ezra Taylor <ezra taylor gmail com>:
> > Hello all:
> >               I have a client in Portugal who's hosting their web,
> > application and database servers in our Atlanta data center.  I noticed
> > inside their boot.log file that the timestamp is changing from Atlanta
> time
> > to Portugal time and then back to Atlanta.  Note, the users of this
> > environment are located in Portugal.  The logs are below.  Have any of
> you
> > experienced this before?  What can I do to solve this problem?  Sorry
> for
> > the excess log ouput
> >
> >
>
> Is that machine running some sort of NTP daemon?
> If not, maybe you might want to sincronize it with a ntp server,
> whether atlanta hour or portugal one.
>
> Manuel.
>
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