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wpetilli (TechnicalUser) (OP)
22 Jan 13 9:21
I had my system upgraded to CM6x this past weekend and the time on the phones is off from the pc. I see in system platform that NTP is stopped. I know that starting NTP requires system platform to restart. Is doing that service affecting? I have clustered servers.
montyzummer (IS/IT--Management)
22 Jan 13 10:20
It certainly is , if platform reboots it will reboot all other vm machines loaded from your templates

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wpetilli (TechnicalUser) (OP)
22 Jan 13 10:24
If I can curse on here.. I would. Anyhow.. is the process basically to start NTP on the standby.. let it boot, bring it back in service, interchange and then do the same?
montyzummer (IS/IT--Management)
22 Jan 13 10:36
I am unsure if there is any official docs on this process , but that is the way i would do it.

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