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If the time is too far off then ntpd may not be able to synchronize, but setting the correct time with ntpdate (see the man page - now depreciated in favor of "ntpd -q") should rule out that as an issue.
When you think about it, we know how to connect to machines across seas, how to express our feelings to the whole world, and yet, for a long time, my computer’s clock was off by a few minutes.Alternatively, systems like Chrony and Open NTPD offer the same service, and work generally in the same way. Now I find myself in a new organization and they complain Cent OS 5.x systems are not updating time on many of our systems.First of all, you will need the “ntp” package on your computer.On most distributions, it is installed by default, but you may want to check that you have it or its equivalent. This option will send a “burst” of packets in case the initial connection with the server fails. S., your addresses should look like that: If you see something like this, then you’re fine.