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From Dragon <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Displaying wrong time
Date Thu, 22 Mar 2007 17:03:03 GMT
Leah Newmark wrote:
>Ever since we changed the clocks here in America for DST, Apache is
>showing the PHP date off by an hour.
>I believe it's an Apache issue since 1)running the command date on the
>server outputs correctly 2)running a PHP script through CLI outputs the
>PHP date correctly 3)running the same PHP script on the web is an hour off.
>I compared the php.ini files for CLI and Apache, and there is no difference.
>I am not finding any timezone set anywhere on the Apache files (or PHP
>globals for that matter) that would account for this problem.
>All my searching reveals that Apache 1.3 which I am running should not
>have time issues, provided the server time is correct -- which it is.
>Stopping and restarting Apache has not solved the problem, either.
>I'm stumped. Does anyone have any input?
>Thank you!
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Perhaps I am grasping at straws here, but did you update your time 
zone definition files on your server?

These files are used by many programs to determine when DST is in effect.


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