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https://library.linode.com/linux-tools/common-commands/date

Date command is helpful to display date in several formats. It also allows you to set systems date and time.

This article explains few examples on how to use date command with practical examples.

When you execute date command without any option, it will display the current date and time as shown below.

$ date
Mon May 20 22:02:24 PDT 2013

1. Display Date from a String Value using –date Option

If you have a static date or time value in a string, you can use -d or –date option to convert the input string into date format as shown below.

Please note that this doesn’t use the current date and time value. Instead is uses the date and time value that you pass as string.

The following examples takes an input date only string, and displays the output in date format. If you don’t specify time, it uses 00:00:00 for time.

$ date --date="12/2/2014"
Tue Dec  2 00:00:00 PST 2014

$ date --date="2 Feb 2014"
Sun Feb  2 00:00:00 PST 2014

$ date --date="Feb 2 2014"
Sun Feb  2 00:00:00 PST 2014

The following example takes an input date and time string, and displays the output in date format.

$ date --date="Feb 2 2014 13:12:10"
Sun Feb  2 13:12:10 PST 2014

2. Read Date Patterns from a file using –file option

This is similar to the -d or –date option that we discussed above. But, you can do it for multiple date strings. If you have a file that contains various static date strings, you can use -f or –file option as shown below.


In this example, we can see that datefile contained 2 date strings. Each line of datefile is parsed by date command and date is outputted for each line.

$ cat datefile
Sept 9 1986
Aug 23 1987

$ date --file=datefile
Tue Sep  9 00:00:00 PDT 1986
Sun Aug 23 00:00:00 PDT 1987

3. Get Relative Date Using –date option

You can also use date command to get a future date using relative values.

For example, the following examples gets date of next Monday.

$ date --date="next mon"
Mon May 27 00:00:00 PDT 2013

If string=@is given to date command, then date command convert seconds since the epoch (1970-01-01 UTC) to a date.

It displays date in which 5 seconds are elapsed since epoch 1970-01-01 UTC:

$ date --date=@5
Wed Dec 31 16:00:05 PST 1969

It displays date in which 10 seconds are elapsed since epoch 1970-01-01 UTC:

$ date --date=@10
Wed Dec 31 16:00:10 PST 1969

It displays date in which 1 minute (i.e. 60 seconds) is elapsed since epoch 1970-01-01 UTC:

$ date --date=@60
Wed Dec 31 16:01:00 PST 1969

4. Display Past Date

You can display a past date using the -date command. Few possibilities are shown below.

$ date --date='3 seconds ago'
Mon May 20 21:59:20 PDT 2013

$ date --date="1 day ago"
Sun May 19 21:59:36 PDT 2013

$ date --date="yesterday"
Sun May 19 22:00:26 PDT 2013

$ date --date="1 month ago"
Sat Apr 20 21:59:58 PDT 2013

$ date --date="1 year ago"
Sun May 20 22:00:09 PDT 2012

5. Set Date and Time using –set option

You can set date and time of your system using -s or –set option as shown below..

In this example, initially it displayed the time as 20:09:31. We then used date command to change it to 21:00:00.

$ date
Sun May 20 20:09:31 PDT 2013

$ date -s "Sun May 20 21:00:00 PDT 2013"
Sun May 20 21:00:00 PDT 2013

$ date
Sun May 20 21:00:05 PDT 2013

5. Display Universal Time using -u option

You can display date in UTC format using -u, or –utc, or –universal option as shown below.

$ date
Mon May 20 22:07:53 PDT 2013

$ date -u
Tue May 21 05:07:55 UTC 2013

6. Display Last Modification Time using -r option

In this example, the current time is 20:25:48

$ date
Sun May 20 20:25:48 PDT 2013

The timestamp of datefile is changed using touch command. This was done few seconds after the above date command’s output.

$ touch datefile

The current time after the above touch command is 20:26:12

$ date
Sun May 20 20:26:12 PDT 2013

Finally, use the date command -r option to display the last modified timestamp of a file as shown below. In this example, it displays last modified time of datefile as 20:25:57. It is somewhere between 20:25:48 and 20:26:12 (which is when we execute the above touch command to modify the timestamp).

$ date -r datefile
Sun May 20 20:25:57 PDT 2013

7. Various Date Command Formats

You can use formatting option to display date command in various formats using the following syntax:

$ date +%<format-option>

The following table displays various date command formatting options.

Format optionsPurpose of OptionOutput
date +%aDisplays Weekday name in short (like Mon, Tue, Wed)Thu
date +%ADisplays Weekday name in full short (like Monday, Tuesday)Thursday
date +%bDisplays Month name in short (like Jan, Feb, Mar )Feb
date +%BDisplays Month name in full short (like January, February)February
date +%dDisplays Day of month (e.g., 01)07
date +%DDisplays Current Date; shown in MM/DD/YY02/07/13
date +%FDisplays Date; shown in YYYY-MM-DD2013-02-07
date +%HDisplays hour in (00..23) format23
date +%IDisplays hour (01..12) format11
date +%jDisplays day of year (001..366)038
date +%mDisplays month (01..12)02
date +%MDisplays minute (00..59)44
date +%SDisplays second (00..60)17
date +%NDisplays nanoseconds (000000000..999999999)573587606
date +%TDisplays time; shown as HH:MM:SS
Note: Hours in 24 Format
23:44:17
date +%uDisplays day of week (1..7); 1 is Monday4
date +%UDisplays week number of year, with Sunday as first day of week (00..53)05
date +%YDisplays full year i.e. YYYY2013
date +%Zalphabetic time zone abbreviation (e.g., EDT)IS
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