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    SubjectRe: System Time Growing Off
    On Tue, 27 Jan 1998 gashalot@gnu.net wrote:

    > There is one very easy way to fix this problem, set netdate to sync your
    > clock every 2 hours or so. I do this on all of my networked systems so
    > their logs are as close to real time as possible. I don't know why it
    > would be doing this, as I don't have any real problems, except for the
    > fact that whenever I set the date with netdate, and reboot my system, the
    > time is just as wrong as it was before netdate (CMOS dosen't pickup the
    > changes.
    >
    > RG gashalot@gnu.net
    >
    After using netdate do `clock -w`. That will fix CMOS.


    Cheers,
    Dick Johnson
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