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What time is it?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by FWC, Oct 21, 2004.

  1. FWC

    FWC Well-Known Member

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    change all connections to rdate.darkrob.net to rdate.cpanel.net

    All my servers jumped ahead one hour, and are off by one hour, when I upgraded to 9.9.7-CURRENT_4
     
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    haze Well-Known Member

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    Make sure you have the right time zone selected in via WHM.
     
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    I think there was some kind of bug at one point because when I came here yesterday, the time here was off by 1 hour. It showed threads posted 1 hour after the current time.
     
  4. FWC

    FWC Well-Known Member

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    It had nothing to do with my WHM. upcp did it. I happened to run it when this forum was off by an hour, too. They fixed their time problem after a bit, even if they won't admin it. :D
     
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    We shifted the server that rdate is on to a new machine and the time was set wrong. Someone entered a ticket about it and we had it fixed soon after.

    rdate.darkorb.net and rdate.cpanel.net are the same machine
     

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