how to reset date on server

rpm -qa | grep ntp .. (see if you have ntp even loaded)

If not .. load the package ..

Now it can get tricky here .. type each command and then follow the guide ..

ntpdate (Should sync up your time with the ntp round robin pool servers .. You can also use "Less Mirrors")

date (make sure it matches up with the date your timezone is set to)

hwclock (Verify the bios clock matches the system clock)

"Optional Step"

hwclock --systohc (Set the bios clock to match the system clock)

Then you can go about setting up /etc/ntp.conf and starting and running the time daemon ..

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