Todd Denniston wrote: > > If you don't have an ntp source, using /etc/adjtime (with `hwclock > --adjust` after appropriate disciplining), the quartz time of the > hardware clock can be SIGNIFICANTLY better than system time, so if you > pull the hardware clock into your system in a reasonable periodicity the > system will have a better time for use. > > It could even make a box that would be reasonable enough, not great but > reasonable, to provide ntp local time for having the rest of the > computers in a disconnected lab synced. [Been there Done that. On an > RH7.3 machine of all things :] > The thing is, the command the OP is showing does the opposite of what the OP says he is trying to do. runs "/sbin/hwclock --utc --hctosys" to sync the hardware clock to the system clock. But this is syncing the system clock to the hardware clock, not the hardware clock to the system clock. This has me confused as to what the OP is trying to do. (I don't understand why you would set the hardware clock to the system clock every hour either...) Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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