Time differential problem

Casartello, Thomas tcasartello at wsc.ma.edu
Wed Jul 16 14:33:53 UTC 2008

This is probably not the proper place to ask this. It's more of just a
curiosity question just if anyone has any thoughts. I have a piece of
software (Cisco Wireless Control System) installed on a Fedora 9 box.
The time on my box is correct (daylight savings time) but the time in
the WCS interface is wrong (It's one hour slow. It's obviously not
taking DST into account.) The software has a builtin apache server where
the timestamps in the logs are correct. The timestamp's in the apache
TOMCAT logs are not correct (same as in the WCS interface.) It seems to
be heavily java based so maybe it's a java issue.


If anyone has a thought, it'd be much appreciated,



Thomas E. Casartello, Jr.

Infrastructure Technician

Linux Specialist

Department of Information Technology

Westfield State College

Wilson 105-A

(413) 572-8245

E-Mail: tcasartello at wsc.ma.edu


Red Hat Certified Technician (RHCT)


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