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Re: hwclock incorrectly set ?




On 09/03/18 19:57, Charles E. Blair wrote:
    I have been getting messages
superblock mount time in future,
probably due to hardware clock
incorrectly set.
    I tried using hwclock to
fix this, but don't know what I'm
doing.  I created the batch file:
date > datetest
hwclock >> datetest
and ran it to get the output:
Fri Mar  9 00:49:11 CST 2018
2018-03-09 00:49:58.592967-0600
    Any advice on a simple fix
is welcome.

Compare with another time source. Which is correct? Are you running ntpd?

Startup/shutdown scripts should load/store time from the hardware clock.

Do you have /etc/adjtime? This file will persist drift information and hardware clock time zone. Try deleting it.

I do not think this is a time zone issue; hwclock displays time in your local time zone even when stored in UTC.

Kind regards,

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Ben Caradoc-Davies <ben@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Director
Transient Software Limited <https://transient.nz/>
New Zealand