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How  how to reset ntp in Solaris 9

Posted on 2014-03-05
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Greeting,

Could someone suggest on reset sysdate in Oracle database?
Thanks.

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by:Geert Gruwez
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sysdate should reflect the time of the host server
change the time on the server and the time on the database will change too
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ok, then my question is how to ret ntp in Solaris 9.
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From: http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Unix/Q_21351407.html#a13546759
"copy ntp.client to ntp.conf in /etc/inet
then add a line to ntp.conf that says
server 1.2.3.4 (where 1.2.3.4 is the ip of your trusted source)
finally start /etc/init.d/xntpd start or reboot."

Another explanation is found at http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Unix/Q_20630600.html#a8623574.
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