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Redhat - Set date and time
Posted by Mark Hill on 05 July 2016 11:06 AM

First make sure the ESXI host has the correct date and time on it

(Configuration - Tim and configuration)

  • Change the current date. Type the command in the following form at a shell prompt, replacing the YYYY with a four-digit year, MM with a two-digit month, and DD with a two-digit day of the month:

Example: ~]# date +%D -s YYYY-MM-DD

  • Change the current time. Use the following command, where HH stands for an hour, MM is a minute, and SS is a second, all typed in a two-digit form:

Example: ~]# date +%T -s HH:MM:SS

If your system clock is set to use UTC (Coordinated Universal Time), add the following option: 

~]# date +%T -s HH:MM:SS -u

  • Type "Date" to show the current date and time

The ESXI host must have the correct time in order for this to work.

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