>Hello, UNIX ADMINs
>I am very new to the UNIX admin field. Actually I am just going to take
>over the job. We use NFS for disks cross mounting but not running
>NIS or DNS. The Operating system involves SUNOS 4.1x, Solaris 2.4 and
>IRIX on SCI. What is the best way to sychronize the time inside of the
>system? At moment, every work station has got it's own time.
>On a book, it mentioned timed. But I could not find any related info
>about this demon.
>Thank you for any help.
>University of Liverpool
Try NTP (Network Time Protocol). We use it on our SUNS (Solaris 2.4) and it works
very well. All the info you need is available via anonymous ftp from louie.udel.edu
in /pub/ntp. It's kind of a magical thing to have all your systems in one time
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