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trucluster & date

Hi Admins,
can I change the time of two nodes at same time
(one command)
of two nodes trcluster v5.1A,pk1
thanks
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Honored Contributor

Re: trucluster & date

As far I know you cant, you can create a script to use rsh and run the same command almost at the same time.

Time changes should be done without services running. And normally, OS time is not changed, but the zone file if you use DST.
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Re: trucluster & date

Iousif,

I don't think you can set cluster node timing with a single command.

You will have to run "ntpsetup" command to synchronize your cluster node timings.

Archunan
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Re: trucluster & date

Iousif,

Run #ntpsetup from root.

Ntpsetup configures and runs the Network Time Protocol service (NTP) for your system.NTP is a distributed time service which provides accurate, synchronized time to eachhost in a hierarchical network of systems.

You can follow the setup procedure and it is easy. This will process will start "xntpd" V3 daemon process. Make sure it is xntpd not Not "ntpd" (old version).

If you have doubt in the installation procedure, you can download "TU64 admin guide" for details


Archunan
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Re: trucluster & date

Iousif,

Sorry, it is "Network Administration: Services" under 6th chapter "Network Time Protocol"


Archunan
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