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From Pete Houston <...@openstrike.co.uk>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Log Time != Server Time
Date Fri, 21 Jun 2013 16:38:12 GMT
Yes, it's pretty simple, assuming that you mean that apache should run
as UTC (GMT) and the other, non-apache processes on the machine should
be unaffected:

	$ export TZ=GMT
	$ apachectl stop
	$ apachectl start

Make sure to include this env var in the apache boot script too.

OTOH, if you mean you want apache to run as UTC-4 but log as UTC, then
that's a different matter altogether (and I'd recommend against it
anyway).

HTH,

Pete

On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 12:04:05PM -0400, Bradley Andersen wrote:
> I need requests to be logged using a different time zone than the apache
> server's time zone.  For example, if my timezone happens to be UTC-4, I
> would like the logs to report requests as UTC, while keeping the apache
> server time zone set as UTC-4.
> 
> Is this possible natively (to apache)?

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