How to keep your Linux system clock accurate
Oct 12, 2015, 05:00 (1 Talkback[s])
Keeping time, and ensuring that it's kept accurately, is a common function on computer systems. It occurs under the hood of your system and is a given when establishing servers. It's the system administrator's responsibility to ensure that the foundational infrastructure is in place to support time on computers.
In this guide we'll explore the configuration options to allow the network time protocol (NTP) to manage time. We'll also introduce a tool to examine statics from time sources and cover a few troubleshooting exercises using network tools.