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KVM Local time issue
I am using solusvm kvm node, and I noticed that for vm with windows 2008 server, every time you set the clock to fit your local time, after a reboot from solusvm, the clock will become to the standard time, is there a way to correct and solve this problem ?
In the past, when we using xen, it is possible to solve this issue by add a "localtime =1" in the config of that vm in solusvm.
But with kvm, I don't have any cue.
The simplest way is to just use NTP. On windows you can enable this by right clicking the clock and going to adjust date time -> internet time.
Make sure your Time Zone is set correctly too or NTP will wind up correcting it to the wrong time!
Is the time and timezone getting set back to the time and timezone of the parent node?
If so, you might want to try out this fix: http://serverfault.com/questions/469...on-host-reboot
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