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Date and NTP
Let's suppose there are "n" number of servers in a Linux cluster / network environment. We want to make sure that "date" on all those servers are in sync. How can we log the output of "date" to a particular file (log file, let's name it /tmp/date.log on our local system from where we are executing our command or script) run on every server one by one so that we can have a log of all the servers and their corresponding date vales in the following format: