Bamboo timer is off


The bamboo timer which keeps of date and time is currently off which means it is not dispalying the correct time.

Please help me on this. its very urgent.

Thanks in advance

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I assume you mean the time on the host on which Bamboo server is running?

If on Linux, you probably need to install ntpd or ntpdate packages. If on Windows, you need to set up time synchronisation.

Thanks a lot for the answer.

The incorrect time is getting dispalyed in the logs of Bamboo server which is linux box.

Its SUSE-10 x86_64 bit machine. Already netdate-1.2-591.2 pkd is installed. Bt still I am getting the incorrect time results

try running ntpdate -v manually to see what's wrong and/or check the syslog for problems related to ntp. Maybe you don't have the NTP server configured, maybe your firewall does not allow packets to NTP port, hard to say.

Actually it was working fine..from 1 weak it has started displaying incorrect time

Thanks a lot. Its working now :-)

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