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Avaya System Manager NTP Configuration

Avaya System Manager NTP Configuration

Avaya System Manager NTP Configuration


Does anyone know how to verify current NTP settings in SMGR?

I am familiar with the command configureNTP on the CLI and systemctl status ntpd, but that does not help me to see what the current IP address setting is for the NTP server on SMGR.

Thanks and Regards

RE: Avaya System Manager NTP Configuration

Use your web browser for SMGR.
You will be able to display and change NTP settings.

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RE: Avaya System Manager NTP Configuration

On release 10 it uses Chrony so you can just

# cat /etc/chrony.conf

and status with

# systemctl status chronyd.service

RE: Avaya System Manager NTP Configuration

System Manager 6.3

RE: Avaya System Manager NTP Configuration

it was on CentOS 5 so is it

cat /etc/ntp.conf

RE: Avaya System Manager NTP Configuration

when I do date on an SMGR 6.3 the time is correct to the second with PC's etc. but a status of ntpd shows the service is not running for me, are the settings just on the CDOM

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