How To Change TimeZone On Linux Server

How to change the timezone on a Linux server is always a big question?  In this article, I will discuss you how To change timezone on Linux Server, that is many ways to check and set the timezone but in this article, I’m going to show you some of the efficient and the easiest method using the command line.

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Table of Contents:

  1. How to Check the Current Time Zone
  2. List Timezone
  3. Set/Change Timezone on Linux server Using Command line
  4. Confirm time zone change

How to Check the Current Time Zone

Before going forward, It is important to check the current time zone of your server. So first of all check your server current timezone using this command:

server current timezone

List Timezone

To change the timezone on the server, First, you will need to find the specific name of the time zone you want to use. So list all timezone run this command:

timedatectl list-timezones
list all timezone

Set/Change Timezone on Linux server Using Command line

Now come to Set/Change timezone, Run the following command the last argument is the specific time zone you want to set for your system.

sudo timedatectl set-timezone <your specific time zone>
set timezone

Confirm time zone change

If the whole process done properly, now you need to check your timezone of your server using this command:

Timezone on your server

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