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June 09, 2009


Agree whole-heartedly. One note though. xntpd will only adjust the clock so far, so in the startup, before the start command, add "ntpdate -u server list" to bring your clock in close.. then, xntpd won't complain.

Hi Rob!
Let's asume that we have several LPARs without xntpd running, hosted on a managed frame. Each LPAR takes the time and date form the managed system so they would be in sync? Or each LPAR has its own internal clock? Thanks in advance!

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