Time differential problem

Mikkel L. Ellertson mikkel at infinity-ltd.com
Wed Jul 16 20:25:05 UTC 2008

Casartello, Thomas wrote:
> 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,
> Tom
Is there any time zone setting in the Cisco program's configuration? 
It sounds like it may be using a fixed offset to UTC, instead of 
local system time, or a timezone with DST.


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