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I have configured the timezone in my servers for a custom timezone (America/Mexico_city) by creating a dynamic link in /etc/localtime.

Nevertheless, every now and then and with no apparent reason, my timezone goes back to default (PST) and my services start failing.

I'm using HP Cloud services.

Has anybody else experienced this?

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Does /etc/timezone perhaps contain the name of the default timezone? I don't know how it is in CentOS but it could be that /etc/localtime is periodically regenerated from the contents of /etc/timezone. –  Celada Jun 26 '12 at 3:11
    
@Celada Why not phrase this as an answer? In my case there is no /etc/timezone –  jeremyclarke Oct 2 at 18:14
    
I didn't phrase it as an answer @jeremyclarke because it is a bit of a wild guess I was just hoping might be lucky. Based on the fact that you are saying that your system does not have a /etc/timezone the guess is probably a miss. –  Celada Oct 2 at 22:41

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