Description of problem:
"man hwclock" says I can run "adjtimex --print" to view the kernel's clock variables. But there is no "adjtimex" utility in RHEL 6.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. man hwclock
2. adjtimex --print # just following instructions
adjtimex: Command not found
Dump of kernel clock
Best fix would be to add the "adjtimex" package back into RHEL. Alternatively, fix the "hwclock" man page to provide an updated procedure for reading the kernel clock variables. (In particular, I want to know whether the kernel is updating the RTC automatically, and I know no way to do this other than running "adjtimex --print" as documented in the hwclock man page.)
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