Time is an element of the overall measurement system of for space. Time can refer to the time it is now, according to timing devices, the interval between two events, the duration of an event, or the sequence of events.

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Windows 8 w32tm clock drift correction

I am running Windows 8 (no virtualization, X79 + i7-3820), and have separate Linux NTP server in my local network. Linux NTP is typically within 1ms of true time. I've set Windows 8 to synchronize ...
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Serving manually set time

I have set my NTP config to this: # local server server 127.0.0.1 fudge 127.0.0.1 stratum 10 # Only allow read-only access from localhost restrict -4 default kod nomodify notrap nopeer noquery ...
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I get “An error occurred while Windows was synchronizing with [name of time server].” when trying to automatically synchronise PC time

Prompted by the answers to this question I decided to give the Windows built in time synchronisation another go. However, no matter what time server I use I get this error: "An error occurred while ...
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ways to deal with timezones online in Chrome

The timezone i'm in is GMT+1, but most times are in other timezones. I'm not able to remember all those different timezone (there are around 30 different timezones in total), so I'm looking for ...
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Timezone setting in linux

I'm setting timezone GMT+6 in my linux machine by copying zoneinfo file to /etc/localtime but date command showing time UTCtime-6, can any one explain me this behaviour? I'm assuming date command ...
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Dual booting Debian / Windows XP: clock is off

I just installed Debian (Wheezy) on a Windows XP machine and am dual booting. But the clock is different! It's one hour late on XP versus Debian. I'm in Paris (GMT +1) and we're in winter (daylight ...
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Three different time values when using traceroute [duplicate]

I'm learning networking troubleshooting and noticed how there are three different time values outputted for every hop when using traceroute, what do they mean? (The left CLI in the image is a router ...
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How is CPU time measured on Windows?

I am currently creating a program which identifies processes which are hung/out-of-control, and using an entire CPU core. The program then terminates them, so the CPU usage can be kept under control. ...
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What is the rationale behind the default values for adjtimex --adjust?

The adjtimex utility has an --adjust mode that can be used to compare the system clock with the CMOS clock, calculate suggested values for the tick and frequency offset kernel time variables, and ...
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Work with hours and minutes in Excel 2007

I'm working on a spreadsheet that holds phone calls durations. So, each call (row) has a value like 00:01:30, 01:02:12, etc. When I sum the duration column, it will give me something like 687:23:42. ...
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What are the steps in getting a Windows XP PC to time sync with a Windows 7 PC?

I have one PC running Windows XP Professional on a workgroup and another PC running Windows 7 Professional. I want the XP machine to be in time sync with the Windows 7 PC. I have disabled the ...
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Excel convert [h]:mm:ss to a decimal format

I have this cell with an [h]:mm:ss format, and would like to have minutes only, with 2 decimals after the coma (and not seconds). For example: A1: 2551:26:38 becomes B1: 153086,63 How do I do ...
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Windows 7 time keeps changing by itself

As the title suggests windows time keeps changing in random times, with random amounts. It sometimes happens every minute, sometimes it is good for hours. If I go hit synchronize with Internet time, ...
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Excel function for calculating total spent time

I have an excel sheet, where in some columns I have cells of the type "integer,integerM" or "integer,integerH", for instance "1,30m" or "5,2H". For all the column I would like to get an expression ...
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Windows 7 - display date using small icons

I recently upgraded to Windows 7 and need the date displayed with the time. This works, but only if I use large icons in the taskbar settings which is quite ugly. Any ideas how to display the time ...
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How to use match & index or lookup function based on a number derived from a time calculation

I have created a gantt chart to use as part of my rota system. I want to be able to use a formula (either LOOKUP or MATCH & INDEX) to look up the hours worked against another sheet and pull in the ...
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Add custom time to video frames using ffmpeg

I am using ffmpeg to encode raw pixels data (bgr32) into a video file. Pixels data is being sent from java application to ffmpeg stdin pipe. I am looking for a way to add a timestamp overlay to each ...
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Why does my router send an NTP request to ntp.nasa.gov?

I have enabled logging on my router and restarted it. At the end of the log file it says: Sat, 2000-01-01 02:02:19 - Send out NTP request to ntp.nasa.gov Wed, 2014-01-15 18:01:39 - Receive NTP Reply ...
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How to get the time in Hawaii from the OS X command line?

As the title states, I would like to get the current time in Hawaii (UTC -10:00) from the OS X command line. Could anyone help?
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Excel multiply days and hours with a factor

I would like to calculate the time span betweeen two dates with excel and multiply the amount of days with a factor - like 2 d and 10 h * 5$ Its easy to get the days and hours by just substracting ...
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Should I set my BIOS to local time or UTC?

I'm about to install a new system and just noticed that the BIOS time is set to UTC time. Should I set it to local time? What consequences does it have to leave it as is, or set it to local time? The ...
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Easiest way to time a command line tool

What is the easiest/quickest way to time a command line tool? It doesn't have to be super accurate (+/- seconds is okay) since I expect this to take minutes or even 1 hour+. And writing a batch file ...
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Significance behind January 6 1980 server time

Today my iPhone reset it's date to Jan. 6 1980... I googled it and apparently it's a very common problem (A ton of results for January 1980... Most if not all were in January 6th of 1980)... the ...
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How to increase frequency of time server synchronisations?

I have a that PC (Windows XP SP3) keeps losing time whereby it ends up being about 5 mins slow per day from all the other PCs and clocks about the place. Is there a way to increase frequency of ...
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How to have the time permanently visible in Win 8.1 Modern UI?

How can I keep the time always on top/always visible when I'm using different apps in the Modern UI mode? Thanks!
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Incorrect system time, Windows 8

My computer's time keeps getting set incorrectly. My time zone is set correctly, and if I "Update now" to synchronize with an internet time server (time-a.nist.gov), the time gets set correctly. It ...
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Sum the number of hours in Excel

I want to sum the total hours I was worked in a project. For each day, I have: Starting Time B1: 09:30:00 am Ending Time C1: 17:00:00 pm Total Hours D1: =C1-B1 (06:30) I want to sum the values ...
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How to run “time” on a function in zsh

This works: time ls -l This does not work f() { ls -l } time f No time output is printed in the second case. Why?
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System Time is Wrong in Windows 7 after dual booting Ubuntu

After installing Ubuntu, the time in my Windows 7 is wrong on start up. Even after updating the time in the Internet Time Settings manually, it still reverts back to the incorrect time after a while. ...
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How can I keep Red Hat Linux folders open?

I am using Red Hat Linux (2.6.18 from uname -r) on a 64-bit machine. I usually keep 2 particular folders open, so I can see and manipulate their files with GUI actions. If some period of time has ...
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How to setup robust Windows time synchronization?

I have an incorrect time on my Windows machine. I'm not sure how to specify the proper timezone and setup an NTP synchronization. When i'm using a dualboot configuration with Linux (Ubuntu) my time is ...
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Windows 8 Date and Time Sync Issues

I have an Asrock Z77-EXTREME4-M motherboard and use Windows 8 retail. The system clock is always wrong on boot and it seems to be off by however long it was since last boot. I.e. if I turn the ...
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Last time turned on and for how long

Is there a way to know when and for how long a computer has been turned on? And to show an history of the last sessions?
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What does that BIOS time on the right hand corner of my Task Manager mean? [duplicate]

I noticed that when I opened my Task Manager, it said BIOS time is 11.5 seconds. Can anyone tell me what that is, and if it is a good thing or bad thing?
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What is the difference between “stop the task if it runs longer than” inside Trigger and under Settings tab?

When I schedule a task in Windows Task Scheduler, I can set "stop the task if it runs longer than" inside task trigger or inside Settings tab. If I set it inside the trigger it does not automatically ...
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Windows 7 Short Date vs Long Date in intl.cpl

2 part question here: Hi I am curious if someone knows 1) what the short vs long time/date are used for in the Region and Language > Formats > Additional Settings besides the clock that displays in ...
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NTP daemon or ntpdate doesn't synchronize

I'm having some problems with synchronization with an NTP server. 1) The NTP daemon doesn't sync the system clock at all, even though it's running (confirmed with /etc/init.d/ntp status). Forcing to ...
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dual booted pc: windows 7 clock becomes wrong after booting linux

I have dual booted pc, i always do that, this time though, i have installed crunchbang, after booting linux, windows 7 clock becomes wrong, it goes back 3 hours. i tried to fix it and it stays fixed ...
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Is there a method or application that will enable me to track how long I actively interact with particular applications and/or files on OSX?

I'd like to track how much time I spend interacting with various applications and files on OS X. I found SLife in my search, but it is a web / subscription service. Is there any other OS X ...
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Bash Run command for certain time?

I am making bash script for my use. How can i run a command for certain time, like 20 second and terminate command? I tried a lot of solutions but nothing works, I also tried timeout command with no ...
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Arch Linux - Get time offset for all timezones

I am using Arch Linux timedatectl list-timezones command to retrieve the list of time zones. I would like to get the time difference i.e. offset (from UTC/GMT) for each time zone. For example: ...
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List of media files with its duration

I wanted to get a list of mp4 files and its corresponding duration from all the folders matching the pattern below e.g: LO1/LO1.MP4,LO3/LO3.MP4 I tried following but I get multiple entries as well ...
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Per-user faketime in Linux

I already know about faketime and datefudge, but is there a way to set this up transparently for any process that's being run as a certain user (identified by a specific UID)?
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Avg times in mm:ss.0 format

I have a range of times formatted as mm:ss.0. The problem is trying to average these times. Time AVG 2:44.35 2:42.88 2:47.49 2:48.86 2:56.31 00:00.0
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Windows Time clock going twice the speed

The computer is custom build, no pre-installed windows. I had windows 7 about a year ago, and had this problem then I went to windows 8, everything was fine but I decided to come back to win7 and the ...
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Why does the clock in the notification area freeze?

I have noticed a bug in the Windows Vista taskbar clock (not the gadget one, the regular good old taskbar time). Sometimes, not that often, the clock display freezes and sticks to e.g. "7.41". And ...
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Windows Event Log SystemTime format

The follwing timestamp was created during an Windows Security Log TimeCreated [ SystemTime] 2013-10-07T07:31:09.122037600Z In this timestamp I can't understand what 122037600Z part means? Do ...
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Can't Parsing Log Linux File Today

I'd like to monitor my linux logs and pull information from the logs to process the files that activities of the workers I do, in my company. #!/bin/bash #if [[ -z "$1" ]]; then # echo ...
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A Windows clock to show both UTC and local time?

I'm working on windows 7 x64 and searching for a way for a setting, or replacement app of, the tray clock (on the taskbar corner) to display both UTC (or GMT) and my local time. Cause: I read log ...
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How can I have a script set the time during boot on Intel Mac OSX

My computer's battery is bad, but I don't really want to spend the money to replace it because it still lasts several hours. But when it gets down to about 10%, it sometimes just completely powers ...