date/time trouble - PST came too early
vivek at khera.org
Mon Nov 5 08:23:48 PST 2007
On Nov 2, 2007, at 3:30 AM, Chris H. wrote:
> FWIW The system already knows what timezone it lives in. It simply
> to change to PST according to the /normal/ standards. What happened
> in the USA, is that president Bush decided that we'd be better
> served here
> if we waited an additional week to set our clocks back one hour. So.
> It seems
> this particular server decided to ignore our president (not that I
> blame it)
Most of us went through this *last* year when the rules took effect.
Did it not affect your system last year?
Basically you need to get a corrected /etc/localtime and restart any
long running programs that depend on time, notably cron.
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