Last month, I inadvertantly changed the date on the server to May 2023 due to wrong syntax in the date command. About a minute later, I realized this and quickly changed it back to the correct time. Some of my web stats are not showing up, that has been fixed. what other things should I go take a look and fix? I know there must be many instances of the "incorrect date" in the logs. I want to delete all instances of May 2023 as if this mistake never occured.
Should I be really concerned about this mistake? Today, I already noticed that my tasks in the invision powerboard isn't running properly. Has this happened to anyone of you? I'm so paranoid about these kind of mistakes. Please help.
modify /etc/ntp.conf file to point to time servers
fudge 127.127.1.0 stratum 10
manually set your time for a starting point as follows
service stop ntpd
service start ntpd
You can also run the above commands from a cron entry to have your server update it's time automatically.