I changed the daylight saving time changes AFTER March 11th, so needless
to say, the update wouldn't take place until next year (according to the
TIME command). So I manually change the time an hour ahead (using SET
TIME xx:xx:xx AM CDT) and verified the time was now in CDT and not CST.
From all that I've read about time and timesync, the hardware clock is
not updated by this command, meaning when I reboot the server, the
changes will revert back b/c the hardware time is the same it always
was. Do I need to enter the BIOS and manually change the time when I go
to reboot it tonight to make it an hour ahead so the time will be right
when it comes back up?