CMOS clock is set to UTC.
The output of "date" did not switched to standard local time.
Is it a predefined feature?
Shall I expect automatic switching only with
cmos clock set to local time?
At 12:48 31.10.00 +0600, Max Khon wrote:
Here in Moscow, Russia, I expected the system clock
back to standard time during the night of Oct 29,
exactly as European tradition suggests.
This did not happened by itself (the output of
"date" was 1 hour ahead of new local time at noon
of Oct 29.). Had to run ntpdate by hand to
bring it 1 hour back.
Is it a correct behavior?
System clock here is configured to be kept as GMT and
at the moment it shows up as a correct local time with
Tue Oct 31 01:16:53 MSK 2000
I have a similar problem both in Russian (MSK) and Ukraine (EET), will
be good to correct it before 4.2-RELEASE.
do you have CMOS clock set to UTC on both machines?
we do not have this problem on a bunch of machines (from 3.5-STABLE to
5.0-CURRENT) with CMOS clock set to local time
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