Moellenkamp's How-to Shows How Easily It's Done April 4, 2012,
Volume 170, Issue 1
Joerg Moellenkamp shows how to configure an NTP client on a plain standard Solaris 11 in a recent blog post. His method includes a certain redundancy as he uses four time servers, thereby ensuring that at least one will be operational at all times. He also uses ntpdate to force a time synchronization rather than the ntp daemon, which does not provide a time synch. At the outset Moellenkamp characterizes the procedure as a simple one: The brevity and relatively uncomplicated nature of his procedure suggest that he is correct.