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  • From a local node, retrieve the date from server A and set that time on server B. When ntpd is not an option and you need to get closest clock sync between two nodes Replace SRC_SRV with yout source server and DST_SRV with your destination server. You must have ssh access to both and sudo access to the the destination to set the date. Show Sample Output


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    env TERM="$(ssh SRC_SRV "date"):TERM" ssh -t DST_SRV 'TS=${TERM%:*}; TERM=${TERM##*:}; export TS; date ; sudo date -s "$TS"; date'
    sector6 · 2017-09-06 15:28:26 0

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