Old 19th November 2007, 20:24
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Default NTP problem


Im having troubles setting a local ntp, i mean, i want to sync all my server from one principal via ntp, everything works fine executing in the client:

[root@ntpclient root]# ntpdate -u ipntphost
19 Nov 17:09:39 ntpdate[24306]: step time server iphost offset 6820.727447 sec

The date is ok but the time is wrong is past 2 hours, here are 15:11

date stdout in the ntp server is ok

How can i fix this ?

Sorry for my englisH!

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Old 20th November 2007, 16:24
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