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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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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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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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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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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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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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Webmin time module and CentOS

When I try to install webmin time module on my VPS running CentOS I get this error message: Failed to install standard module : Module time does not support this operating system (CentOS Linux ...
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CentOS 5 clock running twice as fast

The system clock on a CentOS 5 install is running twice as fast as it should. The hardware clock is fine, and when I run a ntp sync, it resets to the correct time. But within 2 minutes, it is already ...
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Linux Centos 6.2 “hangs” until date is synchronized

I'm having a problem that i cannot understand why or how to solve it. I have a Centos 6.2 server, that's my secondary DNS (bind 8) and DHCP (ISC's dhcp server). I need to maintain an accurate date ...
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ntpdate cannot receive data

I have a problem where running ntpdate on my server doesn't return any data therefore I get the following error: [root@server etc]# ntpdate -d -u -v time.nist.gov 12 Apr 01:10:09 ntpdate[32072]: ...
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Multiple NTP Server Instances on One Server (Linux)

Is it possible to run multiple NTP server instances on the same system? We're using CentOS for our NTP system and want to synchronize specific time depending on what interface the client comes in on. ...
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Getting time to sync with NTP on Centos 5 VM

My Centos 5 VM is drifting time. I have scoured different answers to solve this problem. I've looked at the VMWare's tips and added tinker panic 0 on top of my ntp.conf file. I also changed the ...
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Testing application timing

We've developed an in-house application, with several related crons that execute at some time during the day. These crons are designed in such a way that they make sure that they ignore, for example, ...
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Server Time Jumped Ahead 7 Months

CentOS 5.x My CentOS server appears to have jumped ahead 7 months. I'm not sure how or why. Are there any logs in CentOS that could provide more insight here? Unfortunately, ntpd was not running. ...