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hwclock

[root@pridd ~]# hwclock --version
hwclock from util-linux 2.22.2
[root@pridd ~]# hwclock --help

Usage:
 hwclock [function] [option...]

Functions:
 -h, --help           show this help text and exit
 -r, --show           read hardware clock and print result
     --set            set the RTC to the time given with --date
 -s, --hctosys        set the system time from the hardware clock
 -w, --systohc        set the hardware clock from the current system time
     --systz          set the system time based on the current timezone
     --adjust         adjust the RTC to account for systematic drift since
                        the clock was last set or adjusted
     --getepoch       print out the kernel's hardware clock epoch value
     --setepoch       set the kernel's hardware clock epoch value to the 
                        value given with --epoch
     --predict        predict RTC reading at time given with --date
 -V, --version        display version information and exit

Options:
 -u, --utc            the hardware clock is kept in UTC
     --localtime      the hardware clock is kept in local time
 -f, --rtc <file>     special /dev/... file to use instead of default
     --directisa      access the ISA bus directly instead of /dev/rtc
     --badyear        ignore RTC's year because the BIOS is broken
     --date <time>    specifies the time to which to set the hardware clock
     --epoch <year>   specifies the year which is the beginning of the
                        hardware clock's epoch value
     --noadjfile      do not access /etc/adjtime; this requires the use of
                        either --utc or --localtime
     --adjfile <file> specifies the path to the adjust file;
                        the default is /etc/adjtime
     --test           do not update anything, just show what would happen
 -D, --debug          debugging mode

[root@pridd ~]# hwclock
Thu 23 Jan 2014 12:06:10 PM CST  -0.282194 seconds
[root@pridd ~]# hwclock -r
Thu 23 Jan 2014 12:06:13 PM CST  -0.172749 seconds
[root@pridd ~]# hwclock --show
Thu 23 Jan 2014 12:06:19 PM CST  -0.047776 seconds

Se muestra el tiempo en tiempo local. No importa si el reloj está en UTC

[root@pridd ~]# hwclock --systohc --test
Clock not changed - testing only.
Not updating adjtime file because of testing mode.
Would have written the following to /etc/adjtime:
0.000134 1390500511 0.000000
1390500511
LOCAL

[root@pridd ~]# hwclock --systohc -u --test
Clock not changed - testing only.
Not updating adjtime file because of testing mode.
Would have written the following to /etc/adjtime:
247.795551 1390500548 0.000000
1390500548
UTC