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different time zone server

I have a server with ls ubuntu 12.04 apache2 and mysql. I have two sites on this server, example.com and example.org. The example.com is a site for a country that has timezone -4 (UTC-4) and ...
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CentOS - Why is NY/EST Timezone being considered MST?

It seems as if the server thinks New York is MST, despite all my efforts of trying to set it to EST. Just what is going on here? The time in New York is actually 2:22PM EST, but my server is stuck 3 ...
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Server timezone changed to PHT but logs still written in MST?

A couple of days ago, I updated the timezone on an Ubuntu 12.04 LTS server using $ sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata. Today I noticed while tailing the mail log, that the times were still 15 hours behind. ...
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Timezone inaccuracy

we've been having an issue getting time synced across our Litespeed web cluster, that being that the system time (we're using CentOS) appears to be thinking that the current time for EST (Being the ...
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Amazon Linux server - change time to British Summer Time?

Good morning and happy summer to you. My Amazon Linux server at EC2 is showing GMT times, instead of BST ones this morning. How do I change the server time so that it is running off BST instead?
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KVM guest time shift on host reboot

I have installed Ubuntu server 12.04 as a KVM host, and created an Ubuntu guest that is also running Ubuntu server 12.04. The servers are in the AST time zone which is UTC + 3 hours. After setting the ...
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Cannot run logwatch due to Date::Manip issue

I tried to run logwatch at follows [root@machine cron.daily]# ./0logwatch ERROR: Date::Manip unable to determine TimeZone. Execute the following command in a shell prompt: perldoc ...
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server restart after timezone change

Is it required that the server should be rebooted once I change the time? I ran into trouble when I changed the datetime and did not restart crond. Is there any other service that may have issues ...
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Managing multi-timezone servers

What would be an ideal time and timezone setup for multi-country servers? Especially considering one central IT team managing these servers. Currently we have each server using a local timezone. e.g. ...
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changing timezone affects cron time

I have set up a cron to run at every 26th minute. $ crontab -l 26 * * * * date > /home/time.txt 2> /home/time_err.txt The current time shown by date command. $ date Thu Aug 25 23:26:00 CDT ...
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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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time / timezone of Linux VM on Hyper-V

HI there I installed a CentOS VM on Hyper-V server and am quite confused on the time settings. my Hyper-V is set to (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US&Canada), and when installed the CentOS VM, on ...
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Server displays wrong UTC time

I am running a CentOS server and just cannot seem to set the time correctly. My problem is that I have set the timezone to UTC, and the server seems to acknowledge this but it still states the wrong ...
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Question on date and timezone in Linux

I did the date command and it gave the following output root@localhost:~$ date Thu Dec 30 14:19:47 UTC 2010 Then i modified the date using date -s command whichn gave the following output ...
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“find -mtime” does not work as expected on files with different timezones?

I have some files on server with the date several months ago, but invisible for find -mtime 7 search. When I list them as ls -l they look perfectly normal -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 347253 Jun 12 ...
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Wrong timestamps in /var/log/messages

The /var/log/messages file on an openSUSE 11.2 server shows invalid timestamps. Specifically, the timezone seems to be off for whatever process manages this file. I am unsure whether the times are ...
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Unexpected change in server timezone

I have a Java application that depends on date/time of the system to check for new and old email messages. While I was checking the Java application log, I found that the server timezone has changed. ...
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Updating system's “Olson” Timezone Database Version

My phpinfo() shows: "Olson" Timezone Database Version 0.system Instead of installing the pecl module, isnt it better if I can update the system timezone database / system? How can I do that? ...
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Changing the timezone on a RHEL5/CentOS system

How do I change the timezone on a RHEL5 system? I'm reading the instructions here - http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-linux-unix-change-setup-timezone-tz-variable/ But they seem very bold (altering ...
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Setting up your linux box for GMT

I would like to get my server time as close to GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) as possible. What is best way to do this? It's Ubuntu 10
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What is the -real- server time? Linux/CentOS

Greetings, I am trying to find out what timezone the operating system/bios clock? is running in. The problem is that if TZ is missing or empty, I suspect that date and ls revert to TZ=UTC. However, ...
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How to get the timezone of a system image?

I'd like to get the timezone of a system. Now some caveats... Im using Linux, and the target systems will be UNIX. I'll be using only system images, ie. not the live system, but the partitions will ...
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How do I make sure that BOTH my server and MYSQL have the same timezone?

Because when I create a time in Python scripts..I want it to match MYSQL's time. How do I make BOTH of them pacific time?
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Setting the Timezone with an automated script

I'm writing scripts to automate setting up new slicehost installations. In a perfect world, after I started the script, it would just run, with no attention from me. I have succeeded, with one ...
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1answer
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PostgreSQL 7.4 => 8.1 migration: timezone issue

Okay, so I'm migrating Project Open to a new server (opensource project management system built on OpenACS which uses AOLServer) and ran into a very strange issue: importing a 7.4 dump automatically ...
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A cron replacement that handles multiple time zones

I am looking for a cron replacement (or a method in cron if at all possible) that can allow for the scheduling of jobs in any number of time zones (specifically more than one per user/file). What I ...
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PHP Startup: Timezone database is corrupt

I have a CentOS 5.2 server. PHP is now at the 5.2.10 version (php-5.2.10-1.el5.remi.i386), and I have updated to 5.3, tzdata was updated too (tzdata-2009i-2.el5.noarch). Since the update, Apache ...
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Why is the time messed up on my Ubuntu Server VPS?

A month back loads of services on my VPS stopped working. After messing about for an hour or so i worked out that the time had frozen. I gather it was some sort of virtualization bug and a reboot soon ...
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Setting Linux time zone

Should /etc/localtime (under RHEL 5.3, not that I think it matters) be: a symlink to /usr/share/zoneinfo/whatever a hard link to /usr/share/zoneinfo/whatever a copy of /usr/share/zoneinfo/whatever ...