In this article, we will know How to change time zone on a Linux server using command line. This is a very easy and a few steps process so follow along to change your time zone according to your need.
The Time zone is the standard time for any specific region. The server time zone is a basic and one of the important things. Server time zone set while installing and setup server. Sometimes we need to change our server time zone according to our requirements. There are many ways but here we will go through command line one. This is one of the easy ways while using Linux.
How to check Current TimeZone of your server?
Before changing your server time zone first of all you must know what is the current time zone of your server to do so you just need to run a very simple command. This command is available in all Linux flavors.
open terminal and run:
You can see your current time zone of your server.
2. Set / Change Time zone on Linux Server Using Command line:
Before changing your time zone first of all you must have to know about the time zone you want to set. Like if you want to set somewhere in Asia. you must have to know about your region and cit. Now, how you can do it.
For this there is a command to list all time zones:
$ timedatectl list-timezones
Select your required time zone from the list and add it to this cmd.
timedatectl set-timezone “you time zone”
Make sure that you are login from root account if not use sudo with this.
$ sudo timedatectl set-timezone <your specific time zone>
After running this run the timedatctl again and verify if time zone updated or not.
Now you can see time zone that you set using above methode.
NOTE: Time zone is one of the core important things many features and services depend upon it so before doing anything make sure that you understood all. moreover, you just need a reboot to apply a new time zone on all servers.
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