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Quick question: How do I verify if my Solaris 11 hosts/zones, configured with NTP, would change automatically to the DST?
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Discussion started by: feroccimx
Can sombody please tell me how linux handles DST ( daylight saving time) ?
Does the time change instantly , ex: if is is 3'o clock does linux instantly swich to 2'o clock ?
plese give more info about this toppic (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: martonlorand
I have few doubt on daylight saving.
Can any one clarify the below points.
1) How to configure daylight saving(DLS) time ?
2) How to query DLS ?
3) If i set DLS(say some how) will it be autometically changed or user has to manually change system time ?
I got few info on net about... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: ashokd001
I would like to read the start date and end date of the Daylight Saving Time for the given timezone in the given year. What's the function in C/C++ to read the start of the Daylight Saving date and end of Daylight saving date?
I'm using Linux 2.6.xx Kernel.
For Example, in... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: suryaemlinux
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I am using IBM unix server . Server take time options from satellite but server is not include true setting . What can I do? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: deox
We are currently using AIX 5.3, we reuquire to change the time according to the daylight saving scenario. We are using the internal clock and are not synced with ntp server. Can any one please tell me how to do that without effecting the processes running on the servers? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: masquerer
On AIX 5.1, after applying a DST patch or workaround, is there a way to test that the DST changes have taken effect? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: dangral
i have an E450 sun server that is running solaris 6 . i want to disable daylight savings on my server .
My question is :
1) how to know that my server is running daylight savings ?
2) how to disable it ?
my zoneinfo file contains the following
# @(#)init.dfl 1.2 92/11/26
#... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: ppass
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I'm currently working on a climatological dataset that uses unix-timestamp and a real date like 28/03/2004 02:45:00 h. in spring the unix-timestamp follows its continuos mode but in the column of the real date the time jumps one hour forward (e.g. from 1:59:59 to 3:00:00). i think this is... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: softmachine