As a system administrator, you may be asked to set the system date on multiple servers. They may be configured badly or their timezones might not be configured properly. As a consequence, some of your programs may log invalid dates, leading to being unable to inspect some of your server logs for example. In this tutorial, we are going to see how you can properly set the date on Linux in order to match your current geographic timezone.
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