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Hi Is there a command that will slowly speed up or slow down the system clock? As , for example, the Solaris 'date -a' command will do. Thanks...

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    Default How to adjust the time

    Hi

    Is there a command that will slowly speed up or slow down the system clock?

    As , for example, the Solaris 'date -a' command will do.

    Thanks
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    Compuman Guest

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    Default Re: How to adjust the time

    Look at the 'timed' service or install 'ntp'.

    On Fri, 11 Jul 2003 02:58:52 -0700, Compuman wrote:
    > Hi
    >
    > Is there a command that will slowly speed up or slow down the system clock?
    >
    > As , for example, the Solaris 'date -a' command will do.
    >
    > Thanks
    Brandon Boles Guest

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    Default Re: How to adjust the time

    On 11/7/03 10:58 am, in article
    [email]16ddce8c.0307110158.33d28083posting.google.com[/email], "Compuman"
    <sukeshzoom.co.uk> wrote:
    > Hi
    >
    > Is there a command that will slowly speed up or slow down the system clock?
    >
    > As , for example, the Solaris 'date -a' command will do.
    >
    > Thanks
    I've used the date -a command in Solaris also. Unfortunately, there is no
    default equivalent in AIX. There might be third party offerings but none
    that I know of.

    Andy Guest

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