As a VPS user, you can not change server time in a VPS because all VPS’s on the hardware node have the same system time. However, it is possible to change the default system timezone inside a VPS, for example, by replacing /etc/localtime with the file from /usr/share/zoneinfo which contains a description of your timezone.
1. Log in as a Root.
2. Issue the following command.
[root@support ~]# tzselect
tzselect will prompt you with a series of questions to determine the appropriate time zone file to use.
Check the last line after tzselect is completed, it should look like: “Region/City”
3. Take the backup of the current local time file.
[root@support ~]# mv /etc/localtime /etc/localtime_org
4. Now update the localtime.
[root@support ~]# ln -s /usr/share/zoneinfo/"Region/City" /etc/localtime
Replace “Region/City” with the information given by tzselect [without “”].
5. Verify the changes done by “date” command.
[root@support007 ~]# date
Restart your VPS to take proper effect of the changes.