craig Rodrigues wrote:
> I just got a Netapp box installed where I work,
> and the damn thing doesn't keep time properly.
> For some reason, the Netapp time keeps setting itself
> 2 hours behind the current system time.
You might experiment with the timezone command. For example,
I am in US/Pacific time:
Mon Mar 31 14:58:53 CST 1997
roytest> timezone US/Pacific
Mon Mar 31 12:59:06 PST 1997
It sounds like you might be in US/Central, since your filer
was probably built and tested in US/Pacific.
> (We have a bunch of Solaris boxes mounting the Netapp).
> The sysadmin who looks after it in my office claims that Netapp tech
> support told him that the only why to correctly set the time
> is to type rdate on the Netapp box!!!
> This seems fishy to me because even after our sysadmin does this,
> the Netapp seems to drift back to 2 hours behind the current
> system time (of our Sun boxes).
> Any ideas?
> Craig Rodrigues
> craigr at gis.net
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