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AIX SERVER TIME JUMPS BY ONE HOUR WHEN SYNC WITH NTP SERVER

AIX SERVER TIME JUMPS BY ONE HOUR WHEN SYNC WITH NTP SERVER

AIX SERVER TIME JUMPS BY ONE HOUR WHEN SYNC WITH NTP SERVER

(OP)
Hi,

I have a CentOS 6.4 which will go online is configuredwith NTP server(india pool). I have AIX 6.1 servers which I want to configure as NTP client by giving the IP of my CentOS server. I configured it as NTP client and When I synchronised it with the command ntpdate my AIX server time jumped up by 1 hour and shut my oracle database down.

I have checked my zone timings IST-5:30 in AIX and the same in Centos with Asia/Kolkata. My Linux clients works fine, but AIX time doesn't sync with my NTP Server. Please help me in resolving the issue.





RE: AIX SERVER TIME JUMPS BY ONE HOUR WHEN SYNC WITH NTP SERVER

(OP)
Hi,

PFB output of ntpdate -q

server 10.30.2.123, stratum 3, offset 3607.250167, delay 0.03331
15 Mar 09:38:43 ntpdate[2294224]: step time server 10.30.6.123 offset 3607.250167

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