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I'd like to find out what date and time (and possibly time zone) a Symmetrix (DMX-4 and VMAX) is set to. I've checked Powerlink as well as the man pages for symcli, but nothing pops out.

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You can see a timezone displayed using:

symcfg -sid XXXX -v list

I do not know if the timezone displayed is for the Symm or for the host the CLI is running on, however.

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The time zone displayed is for the host the CLI is running on. I just tested this against an array using two different hosts in different time zones, and I got the time zones for the hosts. – Joel Feb 21 '11 at 20:12

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