How to synchronise MySQL's time without mysql restart?
Posted by: Shachar Amrani
Date: October 26, 2017 07:27AM

I don't know if it is possible:

On my machine I have a service to synchronise the SYSTEM time (including Time zone), and I would like the DB will synchronize with the machine clock once in a while.

When I change SYSTEM time, MySQL keep giving the old time when I use CURRENT_TIMESTAMP, It Synchronise only when I restart the MySQL service.

I would like to ask: is it possible (by update some system variable, or simmilar) to set the DB clock without a restart of the service?

I don't want to stop the DB at all.

I think that maybe a sceduled task, which run once in a while, can be set, but what should it do?

I want somthing like this:

select CURRENT_TIMESTAMP from dual; #--still shows old time

#....put here some update time code

select CURRENT_TIMESTAMP from dual; #--want it to show current time

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