Try this (as root or with sudo),
service ntpd stop
service ntpd start
If the "reach" column in the output of ntpq -p is greater then 0 then
ntp is working.
Have you changed the default ntp.conf?
mcclnx mcc wrote:
> We have several DELL servers with Redhat AS 3.X and
> 4.X installed on it. Every time I reboot servers I
> saw :
> NTPD --- fail
> I can ping NTP server from DELL servers without
> problem. Does anyone can help me on follwing:
> 1. How to check my server actually use NTP time or
> local machine time?
> 2. where is NTP log file?
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