TIMEZONE problem..

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Operating Systems Solaris TIMEZONE problem..
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Old 07-13-2011
TIMEZONE problem..

hii there...
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 viewing and please respond...
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Old 07-14-2011
Unless it specifically supports that, you cannot change the timezone of an already running process. If you can't reboot, the less disruptive way would be to set the TIMEZONE variable in the shell and stop/start the required services.
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