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ntpd -gq do not working on CentOS 6.4

when I'm running 'ntpd -gq' from CentOS 5.10 (i686) the time is synced, but in CentOS 6.4 (x86_64) the command gets stuck (I need to stop it using ctl+c). Any idea hoe to fix it? EDIT: iptables ...
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using NTP protocol for internal time synchronisation

I have two embedded system that are connected via ethernet. I want them to run synchronously. Using NTP protocol is an option to synchronize them. But this is a isolated system. I don't have an ...
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NTP not syncing, only syncs on service restart

My ubuntu 11.10 server has been sitting there quite happily for the last 3 - 4 months, then suddenly the time started going out of sync by one hour. I'm not sure why, nothing has changed re the ...
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What increments stratum in NTP?

Sorry, it's just not that clear to me from the man pages, Wikipedia, etc. I understand the concept of stratum 0 as an authoritative time source and stratum 1 as the connected server. However, I am ...
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What is the most simple way to automatically update the time on a server?

On ubuntu server my usual solution is just to install the ntp package and call it a day. This installs all the binaries I need and has ntpd start at boot time. Right now I'm working on a server ...