Adjusting time on a secured FreeBSD machine.
junk-it at dslextreme.com
Fri Feb 4 10:47:18 PST 2005
I ran into this same problem. After trying various things, I finally
and did it the easy way. If you don't mind rebooting, the easiest thing to
do is set the clock in the BIOS as accurately as possible, then let ntpd
fine tune it from there.
Marco van Lienen wrote:
>On Thu, Feb 03, 2005 at 06:03:48PM -0000, Rob MacGregor wrote:
>>Not within NTPd itself. You could go with manually stepping the time in 1s
>>intervals. It's either that or drop the securelevel in rc.conf and reboot (then
>>reset the securelevel).
>>Of course, you probably want to make sure the hardware clock has a vaguely
>>accurate idea of time. That'll help in future.
>Isn't there a tool like hwclock for Linux?
>With this tool you can actually set the hardware clock to the current system
>time or vice versa.
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