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Son dam bi
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Sync. time

I have two debian server ( server A and server B ) , I would like to sync. the system time of them so that their system time is the same ( the server A is master , server B get the time from server A ) , I know I can setup NTP in server A , but as server A is critical server that I not am prefer to add module to it ( actually I tried to do it , but fail due to the library problem , I don't want to update the library anymore ) , can advise is there any other way to sync the system time ? thx
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Ivan Ferreira
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Re: Sync. time

You really should use NTP, but in that case, your other option is to use the ntpdate command in cron to keep the clock in sync.
Por que hacerlo dificil si es posible hacerlo facil? - Why do it the hard way, when you can do it the easy way?
Viktor Balogh
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Re: Sync. time

if you don't want to bother server A with an ntpd service then you could set up an ntp server from server B or just synchronize the time to an erxternal time source (an external ntp server)
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