Linux NTP Configuration

SETTING DATE MANUALLY WITH NTP
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ntpdate -u 130.207.244.240
clock –systohc
date
clock

CONFIGURING /etc/NTP.CONF
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server 130.207.244.240

FORCING NTP updates (syncs w/ NTP server at X:27 every hour)
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mkdir /root/bin

vi /root/bin/forceNTP.sh
/usr/sbin/ntpdate -u 130.207.244.240
/sbin/clock –systohc

chmod 744 /root/bin/forceNTP.sh

crontab -e
27 * * * * /root/bin/forceNTP.sh >/dev/null 2>&1

~~~~~~~~ALTERNATE PROCESS

RUN THESE COMMANDS
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mkdir /root/bin
echo “/usr/sbin/ntpdate -u 130.207.244.240” > /root/bin/forceNTP.sh
echo “/sbin/clock –systohc” >> /root/bin/forceNTP.sh
chmod 755 /root/bin/forceNTP.sh

THEN TAKE THESE STEPS (replace ## with the time of each hour you want the script to run)
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crontab -e
## * * * * /root/bin/forceNTP.sh >/dev/null 2>&1

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