Also, if you don't want to fuss with starting
another daemon and configuring various files...
you can run "ntpdate hostname" where hostname
is the name of the NTP server to which you are
connecting. Call me lazy, but I just set up this
command to run from cron once a day, say 3:00am.
> > Hi ,
> > I'm a newbie with AIX and I have to configure NTP.
> > Where is the ntp.conf located? And how do I start the daemon
> > Do I have to edit a rc script or something?
> > It's not to configure a timeserver, but only for synchronising with
> > timeserver, so the ntp.conf is
> > server xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
> > driftfile /etc/.../.../ntp.drift
> > Thanks a lot in advance!
> You configure ntp using /etc/ntp.conf. To start the daemon
> automatically, use smit xntpd. You can find out the command string
> there (which acutally changes /etc/rc.tcpip).
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