Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 440542
system time is two hours wrong
Last modified: 2014-03-16 23:13:29 EDT
Not sure where to report this, so reporting here.
My system time is two hours wrong, after a reboot:
Fre Apr 4 01:48:17 CEST 2008
after some ntp stuff it's correct again:
Don Apr 3 23:49:31 CEST 2008
What kernel, initscripts, etc? What does your /etc/adjtime file look like?
# cat /etc/adjtime
0.173747 1207335251 0.000000
# rpm -q kernel initscripts
1) which one of those are you actually booting?
2) does hwclock --hctosys set the time correctly?
1. The fc9 kernel.
2. The hardware clock was two hours wrong. hwclock --systohc fixed that, but I
did not have this problem before the upgrade. We will see how it behaves across
You probably want initscripts-8.68, specifically the fix for bug 438337.