Tim wrote: > On Mon, 2009-12-28 at 17:23 +0800, Ed Greshko wrote: > >> You say it isn't a local clock issue, yet the time zones are flipping >> within your LAN. AFAIK, Adelaide is GMT+1030 in summer time. The >> only time I've seen time zone incorrectness like this was when some >> systems, at the office I worked at, had some UID's that would alter >> the TZ environment variable. Made troubleshooting time sensitive >> transactions a real bitch. >> > > Yeah, our timezones are GMT+9.5 normally, or GMT+10.5 in summer time > (which is now). A half hour difference, but the headers show the time > flipping by 14 minutes, as well. And, it's all on the same computer. > Grrrrrr! > Weird.... Wondering if "hwclock -r" returns a correct time...or if there is a difference between the hardware clock and the system clock.
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