Operating Systems Solaris Date and time change in global and non global zone Post 303013858 by gull04 on Thursday 1st of March 2018 05:59:27 AM
Hi,

Generally this is done using the time zone setting in the zone.

The global would normally reflect the correct time for the servers physical location and the zones would have the TZ set to GMT or CET etc.

Regards

Gull04
 
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