Unix server time is wrong on reboot but corrects itself a few minutes later (this messes up my boot logs) | pressku.com

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I don't really cognize why this is happening but erstwhile nan server is booted, nan date/time is ever up of reality by a fewer hours, but it fixes itself aft while. But this intends my first startup logs are written successful nan incorrect sequence. This is simply a VM moving nether ESXi 6.7

For example, see nan pursuing ammunition commands which I execute correct aft boot. The first timestamps are each incorrect until they are magically corrected a short clip later. My timezones for guidelines and each users are UTC.

DISTRIB_ID=Ubuntu DISTRIB_RELEASE=22.04 DISTRIB_CODENAME=jammy DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS" user@server:~$ while true > do > date > slumber 1 > done Thu Feb 22 12:21:03 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:04 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:05 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:06 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:07 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:08 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:09 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:10 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:11 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:12 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:13 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:14 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:15 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:16 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:17 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:18 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:19 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:20 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:21 AM UTC 2024 Thu Feb 22 12:21:22 AM UTC 2024 Wed Feb 21 07:38:13 PM UTC 2024 Wed Feb 21 07:38:14 PM UTC 2024 Wed Feb 21 07:38:15 PM UTC 2024 Wed Feb 21 07:38:16 PM UTC 2024 Wed Feb 21 07:38:17 PM UTC 2024 Wed Feb 21 07:38:18 PM UTC 2024
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