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I thought the UNIX command date is universal and so I have been using
date +%z to get the numberic timezone offset (e.g. -0500)
however on HP-UX, this is not returning expected results; on my machine it returns the name of the time zone (e.g. EST) not numbers.
does anyone know... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: flagman5
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I have a issue. One of our applications needs the data loads with the timezone (CST) but our zones run on GMT. I tried to change the TZ value under /etc/default/init value but it seems to effect the the whole zone. Is there any way I can just set up the TZ as CST for a particular user.... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: rama krishna
can you guys help me with TIMEZONE setting on my solaris box
i tried to edit cat /etc/TIMEZONE..but i think it will work after rebooting,
but something i did which took me to GMT
my problem is i have this issue on a server, and i have to fix this without rebooting.
thanks for... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: 6pound
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While installing Red Hat Linux, I tried changing the timezone to Japan for testing.But the timezone was not set to Japan.
I tried other timezones , but they didn't work as well.
I am guessing the problem might be due to some missing rpm.Does anyone has any idea or faced a similar... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: nua7
On several AIX 5.3 LPARs the timezone is currrently set to:
Daylight savings in NZ starts on Sun 28th Sep 2008, which is the fourth Sunday. Do I need to change my TZ variable to NZST-12NZDT,M9.4.0/02:00,M4.1.0/03:00 or will AIX interpret the fifth... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: KiwiP
I am running SunOS 5.6. If I login with a ksh shell and type 'date'. I get the correct date and time related to the TZ, that is,
>Tuesday July 27 09:50:25 NZST 2004
However, if I run under crontab, I get this.
>Mon Jul 26 20:49:00 ESTEDT 2004
My question is; Does anyone know how to fix this... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: lbeard
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I got Solaris8 installed oon Sunfire V440 .I have TZ=GMT in /etc/TIMEZONE , but when i log in as root i see the date in GMT+1.
So i have every time to "set TZ=GMT ; export $TZ" .
How can i set the TZ=GMT at the startup defenitely.
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Discussion started by: oss
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i am searching to change the timezone on a HP-UX11 system. Since last weekend the summertime started i am not able to change the time to the new time, every day the time changes back to wintertime. I think the problem is that the server is on the wrong timezone. Can someone help me please?... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: eddyvdv
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I got an question about changing timezone thrue command line on a SunOS Release 4.1.2 without restarting the computer.
Now it's set on WET and I want to set the timezone to CET (GMT +1)
Plz somebody help me.
Novisern:confused: (5 Replies)
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under hp-ux i have a file /etc/TIMEZONE. here is definied which timezone i am.
i dont know who reads this file to set after reading the timezone under /usr/lib/tztab.
my 2 questions, who reads the file /etc/TIMEZONE ( which service ) and do i need in the first line to set my... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: ortsvorsteher