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Old 08-11-2010, 06:24 AM
Lox
 
Default Libvirt: guest GMT time is one hour behind

Hello,

Using libvirt and KVM, my guest's GMT time is one hour behind, whereas the host's GMT time is all right.

What could be wrong?
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Old 09-08-2010, 03:46 AM
Laurent Dinclaux
 
Default Libvirt: guest GMT time is one hour behind

2010/8/11 Lox <lox.dev@knc.nc>


Hello,

Using libvirt and KVM, my guest's GMT time is one hour behind, whereas the host's GMT time is all right.



What could be wrong?
Am I the only one to suffer from this?



I tried adding the non default option <clock offset='utc'/> witch
gives me the right time in guest host but it seems that the host's clock
is "loosing" time, over the time....



I installed ntp daemon but that doesn't help.

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