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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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Unix Command to timestamp the output of a file, but with the relative-to-when-it-started time?

There are numerous programmes (e.g. ts in moreutils), and various bash one-liners to prepend the output of a command/pipe with the timestamp of when that line was 'printed'. However is there a ...
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181 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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6answers
606 views

What consequences / implications can arise from a wrong system clock?

What issues can you think of that may arise from a wrong system clock setting ? Primarily interested in potential problems affecting servers and Linux or UNIX-like systems in particular. And how ...
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Why does the time it takes to run this script differ so much between user and system and how I might correct the discrepancy?

My application sits behind a load balancer, and every once in a while I like to do a status check on each machine to get an idea of the time it takes to return an index.html document on each machine. ...
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openwrt: Use rdate with NTP servers?

I've noticed that some embedded devices (such as OpenWRT, which runs on Busybox) use rdate to set the system time, instead of NTP. Rdate is an older time protocol, and I'm having trouble finding any ...
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How do I make sure that BOTH my server and MYSQL have the same timezone?

Because when I create a time in Python scripts..I want it to match MYSQL's time. How do I make BOTH of them pacific time?
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Sync server time

I have 3 servers and each one of them is showing different time. How do I correctly set the SAME time across all severs? I noticed that ntpd server is stopped. So I started it. service ntpd start Is ...
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Monitoring User Account Time

Is there a good way (on networked *nix systems) to keep track of how much time user accounts have been logged in on a daily/weekly/monthly basis? Also, it would be cool if I could set adjustable time ...