[ngw] OT: view actual time on NW servers

Michael Statman Mike at EMESConsulting.Net
Tue Mar 22 15:09:09 UTC 2011

FWIW, for those who don't have JRB, if you've got a sles box to work with, and snmp is working on the servers, this one-liner would give you a list: 

for server in `cat serverlist` ; do echo -n $server": " ; snmpget -v 1 -c public $server HOST-RESOURCES-MIB::hrSystemDate.0 ; done 

where 'serverlist' is a file containing each server's dns name, one per line (NetWare, SLES or Win), and 'public' is your snmp community name.   


>>> "Holly Newman" <Holly.Newman at KJMAIL.COM> 3/21/2011 4:40 PM >>>
Jon, once again, you are the bomb - thanks!

>>> "Jon Dustin" <jdustin at usm.maine.edu> 3/21/2011 1:34 PM >>>
>>> On 3/21/2011 at 4:24 PM, in message <4D87519E020000C9001FA106 at smtp.kjmail.com>,
"Holly Newman" <Holly.Newman at KJMAIL.COM> wrote:
> It appears we have some NetWare servers that didn't get their DST timeframes
> changed. I'm looking for an easy way to track them down. DSRepair TimeSync
> doesn't help because they all appear to be fine because they are in sync
> based on their settings, but they are actually an hour off.
> Does anybody know of a way to easily view the actual time for all of our
> NetWare servers? That will enable me to easily pick out the ones that are
> wrong because most of them are in California. Some view in Onsite Admin Pro
> or iManager? Maybe a JRB utility?





Jon Dustin - Network Specialist
University of Southern Maine
Portland, ME  207-780-4152

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