Re: Clock in error in NTP client env.
WILLIAM M BURNS writes:
-> How does the CMOS clock affect the running system? There must be
-> some program that reads to CMOS clock and then sets the UNIX clock to
-> the same value.
The kernel clock is set from the CMOS clock at boot time through the
clock program. Usually, it is not referred to afterwards.
-> Is there a way to set the CMOS clock to the UNIX clock without bring
-> down the system?
clock -w will write the current unix time to the CMOS clock. Make
sure to include the -u flag if your CMOS clock is set to UTC.
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