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In our situation, we have 1 server acting as the time source and I cron a
nightly script that syncs the clocks off of the one.  The time source
machine is running ntpd and my cron is just "ntpdate -u

Nothing fancy and it works just fine to keep all the local clocks in sync.

Regards, Marshall

-----Original Message-----
From: Charlie H. Thompson [mailto:cthompson tsidefense com] 
Sent: Thursday, December 23, 2004 4:43 PM
To: redhat-list redhat com
Subject: NTPD

I have a closed peer-to-peer network running Red Hat 9.0, Solaris 8, and
Windows XP.  There is no connection to the internet.  There is a great need
to have all computer time synced.

Is it possible to configure one of the Red Hat 9.0 servers as an NTP server
for the others without connecting to a network?  If so, where can I go to
find out how?


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