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Wed, Mar 09, 2016 10:37 pm

Viewing or setting a time server under OS X

If you need to determine what Network Time Protocol (NTP) server is being used on an Apple OS X system from a command line interface (CLI), aka a shell prompt, you can use the systemsetup command with the -getnetworktimeserver option.
$ sudo systemsetup -getnetworktimeserver
Password:
Network Time Server: time.example.com

If you wish to set the time server you can use the -setnetworktimeserver command, e.g.:

$ sudo systemsetup -setnetworktimeserver us.pool.ntp.org

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