Setting time with NTP in LINUX

NTP (Network Time Protocol) could be used to set time synced with ntp clocks, to do this use the shell command below:

  • Setting time with NTP:
yum install ntp -y
\cp -f /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Istanbul /etc/localtime
ntpdate -v -b

And set the hardware clock with:

hwclock -w
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