How Can I Configure the System Time of the Active OMS?

If no external clock source is configured for the UDS system, the system nodes synchronize their system times with the active operation and maintenance service (OMS). In this case, the active OMS system time must be correct because incorrect UDS system time may cause system reliability to deteriorate.
Before configuring the active OMS system time, ensure that the following are ready:
A cross-platform remote access tool, such as PuTTY.
The account password used for logging in to the active OMS. The default password for the opadmin and root accounts is Uds6200!
1.Use PuTTY to log in to the active OMS.
Log in as user opadmin using the floating management IP address. Then, run the su - root command to switch to the root account.

2.Run the following command to prevent PuTTY from timing out.
TMOUT=0

3.Configure the system time of the active OMS.
date -s "YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS"

NOTE:
YYYY-MM-DD indicates the current date and HH:MM:SS indicates the current time.

4.Synchronize the new system time with the hardware clock.
hwclock -w

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