The following procedure describes how to update the current time without having to set up NTP.
For more information, see Using Your Assigned Administrative Rights in Securing Users and Processes in Oracle Solaris 11.3.
# rdate other-system-name
The output should show a date and time that matches that of the other system.
This example shows how to use rdate to synchronize the date and time of one system with another. In this example, the system earth, running several hours behind, is reset to match the date and time of the server mars.
earth# date Tue Jun 3 11:08:27 MDT 2014 earth# rdate mars Tue Jun 3 14:06:37 2014 earth# date Tue Jun 3 14:06:40 MDT 2014