Time is a dimension in which events can be ordered from the past through the present into the future, and also the measure of durations of events and the intervals between them.

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Websphere MQ - Query view message with long time in queue

I need a query or just command line for see the messages stop in queue, but for long time.
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CentOS keeps losing its localtime setting? [duplicate]

I'm running an extremely typical CentOS 6.5 server at DigitalOcean. As part of the site setup, I've changed /etc/localtime to something appropriate for me: rm /etc/localtime ln -sf ...
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Remote Desktop Connection Issue

I have 2 HP Proliant servers with Windows Server 2008 R2 installed on them. They are headless servers, and I do not have a way of visually seeing the user interface of the servers. I do however know ...
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Why date and touch/stat return different time value?

In my system SLES 11.2, I get strange output for file access time. The date command output the correct time: Then I create a new file "a" by running touch, and use stat to check the access time of ...
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How to configure NTP has a TAI or GPS time reference?

For our project, we would like to have all servers and systems synchronised to a linear time reference (without leap second). Therefore, we would discard UTC but are very interested in advertising ...
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demonstrate Automatic Hardware Clock Synchronization By the Kernel (11 minute mode) without ntpd

From the man page of hwclock: This mode (we'll call it "11 minute mode") is off until something turns it on. The ntp daemon xntpd is one thing that turns it on. You can Ok, I have a ...
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When does Windows Server update time for DST?

When does Windows Server update the system time to reflect the DST change? We're in EST time and we just had the DST time change on the past Sunday. We expected our servers to transition from 1:59:59 ...
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How to stop time synchronization on an Azure VM

I'm trying to simulate a different date/time on an Azure VM but the time keeps resetting itself to the current date/time. Is there a way to force the server to stay at a specific date/time until I ...
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dmesg time vs system time time isn't correct

I hope that here is somebody that can help me with this strange problem. I think that i know why it is happening but i don't know how to solve it. Maybe it is because the BIOS time isn't set correct ...
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How to set up date/time on DGS-1500?

I have numerous D-Link DGS-1500-28 switches with firmware 1.00.013, 1.10.005 and 2.10.002 on it, and there are no visible option to set up date/time via web- or telnet-interface. Device uses ...
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Crontab not executing [duplicate]

I'm running CentOS 6.2, trying to run tasks through cron. I've verified crond is running $ service crond status crond (pid 20553) is running... I have no /etc/cron.allow file, but I do have an ...
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apache mod_autoindex last modified format

Is it possible to change the time/date format from the output of mod_autoindex in apache? Now I get this format: 2014-01-10 But I would like to change that to: 10-jan-2014
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hyper-v server time sync source - PDC / external NTP?

The environement: 10 Hyper-V hosts, all AD joined a lot of VMs AD joined and some not some AD DCs including PDC as Guests What You think is the best approach to time sync a hyper-v farm with AD ...
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Learning Curve and time needed to install/manage Centos Server [duplicate]

Completely newby question please. I always had shared hosting. Now I am about to get a dedicated Centos server. I now need to know whether I should get a managed one or not. 2 questions please: ...
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Correcting CentOS System Clock

Using the time C function (number of seconds since the Epoch) shows that the time on my current CentOS 6 server is about 7 hours behind compared to another server with the correct time. How can I ...
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How long does it take to update all the clocks in a Windows domain?

I know the answer to this might be a bit nebulous, so I'll happily accept an answer that tells me the basic rules for this. Supposing the clock in the PDC Emulator has got all out of whack and this ...
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Windows Server 2012 on EC2 - Clock running too quickly

I have a single EC2 Instance for a small project of mine that runs Windows Server 2012 and the clock in windows seems to be gaining a minute every hour or so and it's causing issues in my token based ...
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Any drawbacks for using same time zone configuration in Data Centers across time zones? [duplicate]

I operate almost entirely in one time zone. Supposing a Data Center in another time zone, it would make sense to configure the machines in that data center to use my time zone, and not local. Are ...
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Microsoft Exchange: can I view the time when an email was written?

Is there a way to check when an email was first written (not sent) in Microsoft Exchange?
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Gentoo server time issue, can't manually set time, NTPD won't correct, too big of a time difference

So, my server is living in the future, unfortunately I can't get lottery numbers, or stock picks out of it. It thinks this is the time: Thu Nov 7 04:07:18 EST 2013 Not correct, I tried to set the ...
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“Issued certificate not yet valid.” with wget?

I am getting the following error when using wget to fetch a file: Issued certificate not yet valid. To connect to www.atlassian.com insecurely, use ‘--no-check-certificate’. Testing with openssl ...
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How often does a Linux check it's /etc/localtime file

I am trying to troubleshoot a problem. Some very helpful information would lead me to a solution is: Often does Linux check the /etc/localtime file? Additionally if there is a configuration file to ...
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CentOS time jumps every microsecond

It's a very strange thing. If I run this shell script on the server CentOS 5 (32 bits). time.sh #!/bin/bash for i in {1..10} do NOW=$(date +"%M:%S") echo "$i $NOW" done ...
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Windows Event Log SystemTime format [closed]

The follwing timestamp was created during an Windows Security Log TimeCreated [ SystemTime] 2013-10-07T07:31:09.122037600Z In this timestamp I can't understand what 122037600Z part means? Do ...
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Server time off by 1 hour on linux CentOS 6.3 using NTP

So i've setup NTP on my linux CentOS server but my server time is still off by 1 hour. Currently it is 3:53am EST however, on my linux machine it shows "2:53 AM EST" this is with NTP and using ntpdate ...
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Set up an NTP server to allow local machines to be syncronised for Linux

I am trying to set up a machine to act as an ntp server to which the other local machines will syncronise their times to. This needs to happen regardless of whether the ntp server machine is connected ...
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EC2 Instance time and hardware clock

I have set up an EC2 instance, running ArchLinux, for use as a server. Doing what I always do when installing Arch, I try to fix the time by using: # hwclock --systohc --utc This does not work, and ...
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Moving large number of files since date

I've recently moved a large number of files from one server to another with tar -c files_in_dir | ssh user@111.222.33.444 'tar -xvf - -C /new/server/files' Which worked very well. However, I'd like ...
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Server clock runs fast - sometimes

I have 12.04 Ubuntu servers that make a radio link once per hour to send updates and sync clocks. The clocks all stray by about +/- 0.6 seconds per hour, which is expected based their crystal ppm. ...
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What is the strategy for detecting time drift in a linux based data centre?

What is the strategy for detecting time drift in all linux based data centre? This is a more difficult problem than it seems at first. Time drift can cause serious problems for certain applications ...
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Domain time issue, server to clients

I have a server 2012 running as the DC also running DHCP. I have three PCs on this domain right now and all three get the incorrect time. The server has the proper time set and the proper time zone ...
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Cent OS 6 clock 3 minutes 35 seconds in the future

I run Cent os 6 64 bit on linode. server (incorrect): date Thu Aug 29 11:41:00 BST 2013 client (correct): date Thu Aug 29 11:37:25 BST 2013 As you can see the server clock is ...
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Pinpointing source of clock inaccuracy

I am having a huge problem with the clock on a Windows XP machine. Whether getting its time from the domain controller using w32time and an ntp server (PDC) / client, from a GPS clock directly using ...
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Exchange 2007 ResetSearchIndex.ps1 time

I am relatively new to exchange. We are running Exchange 2007 sp2 for a medium/large institution and we are having trouble with OWA's search function not working. I was going to try running ...
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Meinberg NTP Client large wandering

All, One of the computers on my network runs Windows Embedded Standard and is running the meinberg NTP client and gets its time directly from a GPS clock. The service is set to run automatically and ...
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configure time sync for azure VMs

I have several ExtraSmall-sized Azure VMs (PaaS / Cloud Service based) that are all experiencing drifting of the Windows clock. Research showed that this is quite common, especially in VMs with shared ...
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Discovering NTP servers providing time service on network

As a linux (Debian-based) host on a network, how can I discover whether an NTP service exists somewhere locally on the network? Thanks.
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configuring server time to allow for daylight savings

Ive got a script that is allows users to submit data to a db, when data is submitted a timestamp is also added, my local time zone is GMT, as is my server time as set it plesk 11, but when the data ...
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Force sync time on a thin client without CMOS on a windows Multipoint Server 2012

if the thin client is unplugged from power, it goes back to the default time & date and I have to manually change it to log on again. How can I fix this problem on a thin client without CMOS, ...
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Average time to retrieve the data from hard drive?

Is there a formula to approximate data transfer times from hard disks? For example, suppose I want to retrieve a 512 byte sector of data off a 7200RPM hard disk with an average seek time of 9 ...
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date: cannot set date: Operation not permitted [duplicate]

I have received an interesting problem during I tried to set my Server time either with NTD or manually using date command. First of all I have tried to use NTD. I have succesfully installed the ...
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Cannot change date/time on virtualized centos install without a reboot

I have a dedicated web server which is running centos with xen virtualization that has centos installed on the vm. I do not have access to the parent server, I can only manipulate the vm, of which I ...
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Less < 10 ms time synchronization solution on Windows [closed]

I am looking for a software / hardware network time synchronization solution. Requirements: Number of nodes ~ 40 The time reading will be performed from a Windows Software (Server 2008 or 2012) ~ ...
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How to change the current time inside apache and mysql from shell in ubuntu?

I need to test my backend with different times without change the code.
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Review of a crontab script to add timestamps to minutely runs; any suggestions?

I've got a crontab job set to run minutely as such: * * * * * /home/username/public_html/domain.tld/production/scripts/cron_runner.sh My goal is to add some timestamps to output from cron so I can ...
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Linux date translation to different time zone

The Linux server is hosted in EST timezone. But I want to translate the output of date command to IST(Indian Standard time +5:30 hrs) format and use it in a shell script. Is there any option available ...
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Set system time using SNMP?

Is it possible to set system time on Windows Server using SNMP? So you push out the time instead of using NTP
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How to set hwclock to UTC?

The times on my arch linux workstation got messed up, so I set the system time with date and then the hardware time with sudo hwclock --systohc --utc Now the hwclock gives: Do 04 Apr 2013 ...
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Is it viable to use w32tm /stripchart to judge time variance of two Windows hosts from each other? A better way to discover two host's time variance?

Is it viable to use w32tm.exe's option stripchart to judge the time variance of two hosts (within a very small margin of error)? Note that w32tm.exe's stripchart function is separate than the ...
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Why my server request takes 28 Second to get response?

I have a Wordpress website on a Godaddy server having at http://kerala.letmeshare.org. When I request to get this website this takes almost 28 sec to get reply. Because of this I made a complete ...