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From Scott William <sco...@digitalcrowd.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] access_log (records in two time zones)
Date Fri, 07 Nov 2003 02:49:25 GMT
I have stopped & restarted it many times. In fact, I just recently 
moved everything to a even newer server, and still getting the problem. 
Of course, still RH9 and Apache 2.


On Nov 6, 2003, at 8:42 PM, Brian Dessent wrote:

> Scott William wrote:
>
>> My Apache server (Apache/2.0.40 (Red Hat Linux) ) is recording two
>> separate time zones in the access_log even from the same individual
>> page requests. This is screwing up my Webalizer reports. This seems to
>> have started after switching to RH9 and Apache 2. The system is set to
>> CST, however I get both -0600 and -0500 (CDT) recordings. I am also
>> running PHP 422, not sure if that matters or not. It doesn't seem to 
>> be
>> tied to load particular files.... it does it on images, php, html, 
>> etc.
>
> Does it happen after you've stopped and restarted the server?  I wonder
> if some threads/worker processes might be older than Oct 26.  I guess 
> if
> each worker checks the TZ once on startup, then any that were around
> before Oct 26 would still be using the old time zone.  But if you've
> stopped and restarted since the switchover then that can't be it.
>
> Brian
>
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