Time is a dimension in which events can be ordered from the past through the present into the future, and also the measure of durations of events and the intervals between them.

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Microsoft Exchange: can I view the time when an email was written?

Is there a way to check when an email was first written (not sent) in Microsoft Exchange?
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Why my browser wouldn't load all image resources at once?

I am trying to optimize the loading time of a webpage. Currently, the main http request can be done in under a second, however, the consenquent loading of images seems "to cascade": http://picpaste....
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Moving large number of files since date

I've recently moved a large number of files from one server to another with tar -c files_in_dir | ssh user@111.222.33.444 'tar -xvf - -C /new/server/files' Which worked very well. However, I'd like ...
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Virtual PC: Issues with clock when guest Linux has a different timezone to the host OS

I'm running Linux (Centos) under Virtual PC in Windows 7. Guest is set to a different time zone then host OS and none of them are UTC. The issue is that when guest boots its time is always set to ...
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Odd behaviour of gettimeofday on RHEL5 server

I'm experiencing very odd behaviour from Time::HiRes on RHEL5. Since Time::HiRes is in the Perl standard installation, and is basically a wrapper around the gettimeofday system call, I'm inclined to ...
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Reset kernel time (PLL/FLL)

ntp trys to adjust the kernel's time variables, in order to improve the performance of a free-running time. I am searching a way to reset these variables, but I can't find a programm/command to do ...
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Why my server request takes 28 Second to get response?

I have a Wordpress website on a Godaddy server having at http://kerala.letmeshare.org. When I request to get this website this takes almost 28 sec to get reply. Because of this I made a complete ...
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How to do safely test Biztalk app by manipulating the Windows OS system time w/o breaking the Active Directory?

i have a biztalk - window service tied middleware application which talks to other system. recently we had a request to test for scenarios which relates to the date. as we have a lot of places in ...
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Why does my system clock differ across services?

I have my system clock set to UK time, which is currently +0100 (BST) I set this by symlinking the localtime file, as follows /etc/localtime -> /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/London The date ...
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Adjust time settings on server: change time or timezone in OS, or configure graphite settings?

So I have a server collecting metrics via StatsD, which get aggregated and shown via the Graphite webapp. If I mark the Auto-Refresh option in my chart, the time doesn't match with the time I'm on. I'...
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MySQL Time Different from System Time

I'm having an issue where MySQL is reporting the time as six minutes later than the system time. I have verified all my timezone settings are correct but don't know how to troubleshoot the six minute ...
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Websphere MQ - Query view message with long time in queue

I need a query or just a command to see stopped/delayed/waiting messages in a queue, but for long time.
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auth log file shows wrong time?

I was looking at the auth log of my server, and I was surprised to see that the times are offset. root@server:/home/admin# date Tue Jan 12 09:51:36 CET 2016 root@server:/home/admin# tail /var/log/...
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Measuring request response time by port

So, I'm currently working on a project in which I spin up a set docker image on a number of different machines and configurations. This image basically contains a web server that accepts a number of ...
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Binding timestamp value to a variable in crontab

I'm basically trying to declare a variable with a date() value in crontab as I will constantly be using the same date structure over and over, here is what my crontab looks like so far. php = '/...
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How to change the current time inside apache and mysql from shell in ubuntu?

I need to test my backend with different times without change the code.
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KVM guest clock sync with host

I'm running KVM w/ centos 6.x. My guest vm clocks are booting with a 1-2 second lag from their host. My clocksource for the host is ntp. My clocksource for the guest is "kvm-clock", but I need to ...
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I changed time zone on DB & Web Server. Now SMTP sending is delayed

Both web & DB servers are running Windows Server 2008 R2. They are instances in the same datacenter at Amazon EC2. I changed both servers from central to eastern time zone using the windows GUI. ...
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Date / time out of sync by days

I have several 2003 servers in my domain that randomly change their date/time by several days, sometimes. They are all getting their time from an AD server acting as the primary DC. I have looked in ...
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Why does host+curl take longer than host alone and curl alone?

I asked this on networkengineering.se, and they suggested I move it here. I tried to test the speed of my website, so I used time curl "http://google.com" The result ended with real 0m15.589s ...
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Time issue in Windows domain Hyper-V

I ran command on our Domain Controller that has PDC Emulator Role: w32tm /config /manualpeerlist:"0.pool.ntp.org 1.pool.ntp.org 2.pool.ntp.org 3.pool.ntp.org" /syncfromflags:manual /reliable:yes /...
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What do negative numbers under TIME+ in htop mean?

What do the red negative numbers I'm seeing displayed in htop mean? Should I be worried?
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Hardware Clock (RTC) Stuck / Will Not Increment

After we rebooted one of our servers (RHEL), we noticed that it would hang when entering GRUB. The problem was the countdown in GRUB (Booting in 5... 4......) was not counting down, and was stuck at ...
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Server clock runs fast - sometimes

I have 12.04 Ubuntu servers that make a radio link once per hour to send updates and sync clocks. The clocks all stray by about +/- 0.6 seconds per hour, which is expected based their crystal ppm. ...
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Pinpointing source of clock inaccuracy

I am having a huge problem with the clock on a Windows XP machine. Whether getting its time from the domain controller using w32time and an ntp server (PDC) / client, from a GPS clock directly using ...
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Setting Shoretel phone time correctly with dhcpd

Our Shoretel 230 phones are not picking up time service correctly and thus, the time on the display is wrong. When I go to the diagnostics of the phone, they are using a wrong time server (old). Here ...
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How to change server time safely for testing purposes

We have a Debian server (in a VM) running a Java application on a Tomcat server, using a Postgres database. It's a testing environment, so we can do anything we want to it. Every once in a while, we ...
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Apache directory listing show seconds in “Last modified” (full time)

Is it possible in Apache Directory listing to show full time, including seconds in "Last modified" column? Can I change the format of this timestamp?
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ntpd daemon doesn't start automatically in FreeBSD

I wanted to setup ntpd the right way - so not with a crontab entry. I followed the guide in the FreeBSD docs: create an entry with ntpd_enable="YES" in /etc/rc.conf checked that everything works ...
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Windows Server 2008 NPS Granular time

Like a previous poster I am configuring NPS as a RADIUS authentication source for my wireless clients. I need to impose a Time and Day restriction to the Network Policy that need to be more granular ...
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Run application from network drive takes long

This problem started recently, and I wasn't able to find a solution. Not even formatting solved. We have a program on our network drive and the Whole company accesses to this single exe. Usually the ...
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Domain time drifting with VM DCs / host domain members

I'm following the advice given in this article: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/virtual_active_directory_domain_controller_virtualization_hyperv(WS.10).aspx#...
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How to configure a redundant PTP server

I have a Sonoma GPS time server and a server, which should synchronise itself to the GPS clock, and serve as a fallback option. The time should be synchronised using PTP (Precision-Time-Protocol). ...
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demonstrate Automatic Hardware Clock Synchronization By the Kernel (11 minute mode) without ntpd

From the man page of hwclock: This mode (we'll call it "11 minute mode") is off until something turns it on. The ntp daemon xntpd is one thing that turns it on. You can Ok, I have a ...
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CentOS time jumps every microsecond

It's a very strange thing. If I run this shell script on the server CentOS 5 (32 bits). time.sh #!/bin/bash for i in {1..10} do NOW=$(date +"%M:%S") echo "$i $NOW" done ...
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Haproxy log in with more precision

Using Haproxy, is there a way to log Tq/Tw/Tc/Tr/Tt values (HTTP mode) with more precision? (or in different units than milliseconds, e.g. in microseconds)
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DisableAutoDaylightTimeSet registry change doesn't work on WinXP

I have some PC's in my domian and they have windows xp .I'm trying to uncheck automatically adjust clock for daylight saving changes box from registry . I added the following key ...
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Windows 2012 offline time server

What is the best way to run a time server from Windows 2012 where the server has no access to the internet? I would like PCs to be able to use the server as a time server by simply using the server's ...
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Chrony setup using RTC as fallback

I have an embedded system (ARM9/Buildroot) that may or may not be connected to the Internet (usually it is, but it should work also in "detached" mode; connection may come up a long time after boot). ...
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Windows Server internet time server reset after restart

I encountered an issue with Windows Server 2012 (running as a virtual machine), after an unplanned restart: the original internet time server - time-b.nist.gov - changed to time.windows.com. This set ...
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Using RTC to synchronize ntpd when offline

I need a stable configuration, presumably using ntpd, to keep system clock as precise as possible. Background: I have several embedded devices (arm9) running linux (currently: 3.16.1 / debian 7.2) ...
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Server times off by over 1 minute after recently syncing

I manually synced the times (and matched hardware times) on two servers A and B. NTP was running on both machines, so I made sure the /etc/ntp.conf files were identical (the time servers on B were ...
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Graylog2 date extractor from tab-delimited file

I have a tab-delimited logs with such messages: 2014-06-01 00:00:56 192.168.1.1 968 http://yandex.ru I can extract date and time with regexp (\d{4}-\d{2}-\d{2}\s*\d{2}:\d{2}:\d{2}) but when I ...
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How can I select ntp the time source for a system?

I have two Windows 2008 servers running Meinburg NTP. When I run ntpq.exe -p from one, I see that there are sources specified as current, selected, or discarded (via a +, -, or *). On another system, ...
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Meinberg NTP Client large wandering

All, One of the computers on my network runs Windows Embedded Standard and is running the meinberg NTP client and gets its time directly from a GPS clock. The service is set to run automatically and ...