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    Default How to change time for Domino 6.5 on RHEL AS 4

    Dear All,

    Pls tell me how to change Domino server's time on RHEL AS 4 server, currently its 28 min. ahead from my real time & i need to change it as per our GMT+5.
    Pls guide me for the same.

    Vinay

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    I think it use date and time provided by RHAS 4.0 itself but not sure...
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    Default Domino server time

    Actually, the Domino server keeps its own track of time after it has been started, but picks up the OS time on startup. So, you can probably put the time right by restarting the Domino service (assuming your OS time is correct, or synched with another server).

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