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Clock skew on my VPS server

I am having a problem with the time on my VPS hosted at Rackspace. Its running Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4. Date commands gives a time which is 11 minutes ahead of the actual time. I am running ntpd ...
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ntpdate setting incorrect date after boot

I have a few Debian XEN virtual machines and upgraded them to wheezy(I need the 3.2 kernel for a project). Everything was okay until I rebooted on of the machines. My current problem is, that ntpdate ...
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how to auto-run ntdpdate command?

I have a few dedicated servers and for some reason they are totally unable to mantain the time properly synchronized, every few days they start having differences of minutes in the clock. So I have to ...
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Why running ntpdate one after one dosnt set offset to 0

I am running ntp update , one after one (with sec between them), In the log i see that there is always an offset , even if update was run few sec ago. Why is that?Is there a chance to get 0 offset? ...
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ntpdate ignores my timezone

I'm trying to set up time sync on a CentOS 5.5 VDS but can't figure out why it won't update to the correct timezone. e.g. After manually setting the correct date and time when I run this: date ...