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Synchronize CentOS System Clock with Network Time Protocol (NTP)

Synchronize CentOS System Clock with Network Time Protocol (NTP)
Computers, like any digital device, have clocks in them. Aside from telling users the time, they also provide a sequencing mechanism for internal core functions and digital circuitry. However, sometimes these clocks malfunction. It might be because of a bad CMOS battery or a timezone mix-up. Fortunately, CentOS, or any Linux box for that matter, have a tool that synchronizes its clocks with central servers.

The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is such a tool. It functions as an initial configuration setter and auto updater for Linux or CentOS boxes.

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