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From Eugene <httpd.subscr...@infosatgeomatica.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: HTTPD Timestamp Incorrect fo Mountain Time + Daylight Savings Setting
Date Tue, 05 Oct 2004 20:43:27 GMT
Hello Steve, I had the same behaviour on Red Hat 7.2 and 9.0 so I
keep auto adjust disabled on my RH9 now. On RH 7.2 I had always almost
6 hours difference(!) and on RH9 - 3 hours. I didnt solved it and I didnt
find any working solution for me. But on Win 2003 its working fine.
BTW, I'm in Buenos Aires (GMT -03.00).

Regards.


Tuesday, October 5, 2004, 5:14:37 PM, you wrote:

> Hi there,

> I have Apache HTTPD setup on my Windows 2000 machine and I notice that
> when my time settings are set to Mountain Time (i'm in Denver) and I
> have the 'Automatically Adjust Clock for Daylight Savings' option on,
> the displayed timestamp in the apache log is one hour off (behind)
> from the computer displayed time. If i turn the 'Auto Adjust Daylight
> Savings' off and manually adjust the computer clock, it works fine.
> Another strange thing is that if I use PST or EST this problem does
> not occur (even with Daylight Savings On)..

> I am using the latest version of Apache 2.0.52 (for Windows) and I was
> wondering if anyone else has experienced this problem and if anything
> can be done about it... Is this even an Apache problem.




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