Received an error earlier this afternoon that the time was wrong. Investigated it and found out that the time on the server (represented as PST) was few minutes ahead of local time.
I ran the following command to update the time:
sudo service ntp stop sudo ntpd -gq sudo service ntp start
The issue I now have is the PST time is represented as UTC.
To be specific, if it's 4:58 PM here California, the PST time on my server returns the UTC time (but time-zoned as PST).
~# date Wed Nov 30 00:56:44 PST 2016 ~# hwclock -r Wed 30 Nov 2016 12:57:43 AM PST -1.025184 seconds
I have ntp installed, ran:
sudo ntpdate -s time.nist.gov
But no cigar.
Any recommendations on how to fix this?
I manually edited the time using:
~# sudo date --set="2016-11-29 17:15:26.990"
sudo ntpdate -s time.nist.gov hoping that the offset is small enough to make it sync. But it didn't work as expected.