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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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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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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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linux + change/edit file without effecting on file date [closed]

I want to edit some file in my linux for example ls -ltr /etc/some_file -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 188 Jul 1 2010 sysstat . echo "Server101_IP=187.0.98.4" >> /etc/some_file . I ...
2
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1answer
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Users changing date/time from BIOS

We have around 350 Windows XP PC and a Windows 2008 R2 Server. The problem is that some users are changing the date/time from BIOS and the next user who would try to log-in on that PC would get the ...
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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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2answers
191 views

Time and date simulation for application

Is there any possible way how to simulate different system time for application/ service ? I need to send for ex. date 20.4.2012 to one app, but need to have real date and time set in windows. Thanks ...
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2answers
191 views

date +%s glitches

I have a strange issue I'm starting to troubleshoot and wondered if anyone would have any helpful tips. I have a cronjob executed every minute that executes a script and appends the output to a file ...
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1answer
160 views

modification time of file in future, but timezone is set correctly

Files that I am creating at a Unix server are created with a modification time that lies 5 days in future. But when I check with the date command, it seems, that timezone and date are set correctly. : ...
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1answer
412 views

Date / time out of sync by days

I have several 2003 servers in my domain that randomly change their date/time by several days, sometimes. They are all getting their time from an AD server acting as the primary DC. I have looked in ...
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1answer
153 views

Log “date -s” command

I know that the date -s <STRING> command sets the time described by the string STRING. What i want is to log the above command whenever it is used to set the time into the file ...
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3answers
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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. ...
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3answers
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Changing linux date with current time

I am running sudo date +%m/%d/%Y -s 7/14/2010 command to change date. It changes fine except I want it to pick up the current time as well, and not start the time from 00:00:00 on 7/14/2010.
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Incorrect file creation/modication time in linux

In our server we get files uploaded daily by customers via FTP. However sometime the the time stamp of these appear incorrect even though the server time is correct. I got a file with time stamp Jun ...
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ntpdate not updating system time in XenServer VM

We have a Debian webserver that I am trying to use ntpdate to keep the time in sync. When I run ntpdate ntp0.cs.mu.oz.au I receive 16 Sep 10:55:36 ntpdate[21626]: step time server 128.250.36.2 ...