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system time problem after power-off

 
Dong-Hwan Cha_1
Occasional Contributor

system time problem after power-off

Hi All,

I had been escalated this problem yesterday.
But I did not confirm the reason.
Anybody who knows this problem. pls let me know.

Situation:
Cause office power repair, I did shutdown the system at the following time.
[6-12-2004 23:28:33 system shutdown]

After 6 hours, Reboot the system at following time.
[6-13-2004 06:30:00 system reboot]

But the system was about 6-12-2004 23:29:43.
There was about 6 hours gap between real time and system time.
I did not know the reason.
Following is a part of errorlog,
------------------------------------
Jun 12 23:29:43 ss01 vmunix: Warning: file system time later than time-of-day re
gister
Jun 12 23:29:43 ss01 vmunix:
Jun 12 23:29:43 ss01 vmunix: Getting time from file system
Jun 12 23:29:43 ss01 vmunix: Starting the STREAMS daemons-phase 1
:16:00 PST 1999
-------------------------------------------
This system has been used ntp server.

Why this problem happened?

Thanks,


3 REPLIES 3
Olivier Decorse
Respected Contributor

Re: system time problem after power-off

Hi,
look at this thread : http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=238206

Olivier.
They say "install windows 2k, xp or better", so i install unix !
Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: system time problem after power-off

either not getting good time synch

ntpq -p

or bad battery or both

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Sunil Sharma_1
Honored Contributor

Re: system time problem after power-off

Problem with battery.
Contact HP support.

Sunil
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