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Old 11-15-2007, 01:08 AM   #1
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Smile Linux server Time


In our org. we are using 3 Domino servers(Linux) in various location. Now i want to time sync between these 3 servers. Is it possible if so please send me the details.

(If there is any configuration to be made in domino or Linux!!!!.)

One linux server time gets increased 1 min. by everyday.

I am waiting for your valuable reply.
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You'll want to use ntp.
Old 11-15-2007, 02:24 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by johnbeskie View Post

[...] Now i want to time sync between these 3 servers. [...].
did you install ntpd?
you don't really synchronize *between* your servers but your servers with an external authoritative time server.

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Originally Posted by ranger_nemo View Post
You'll want to use ntp.
Yes i want to know how to configure NTP in linux and also know how to implement for those 3 servers.

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Have a look at this how-to:

Might help.

Which distribution are you using on your servers? A lot of distros have GUI tools for configuring NTP, which you might find easier if you've not done this before.


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