Your server time should be greater or less that of time server.
I couldn't remember exactly, but I know it works.. your time in the server must be either less or greater than the time of time server.
If your time in the server is greater or less than that of time in time server (one of the two), it cannot synchronize the time.
Say the time in time server is "a" minute and that of your server is "b" minutes.
I don't remember exactly, but if "a" >"b" or "b" is >"a", then ntp fails to synchronize. Say if "a">"b" in your case and it is failing, make "b">"a" and then try to run ntpdate again and see if it works.
Originally Posted by krishrj
Ntp client configure in Linux server and NTP(Network time protocol) server was windows 2003 server ,when i use following command it was synchronize with NTP server but time not updating. Anyone help me in this...
24 May 09:47:55 ntpdate: step time server 192.x.x.x offset 0.930387 sec
Mon May 24 09:47:59 IST 2010
Thanks in advance...