[rrd-users] Re: Graphs shifted back in time

Michel Blanc mblanc at erasme.org
Thu Mar 7 10:06:42 MET 2002

Dear Alex,

You were right.
BTW, while searching google, I found one on your previous answers in the
list, so sorry for the duplication.
SetEnv TZ CET fixes the problem.

I still don't get why apache starts with a timezone different than the
one used on the machine itself ? Is this "a feature" ?

Thanks again.


Alex van den Bogaerdt a écrit :
> Most likely the webserver doesn't know about the correct timezone.
> The timezone is *not* stored in the database.
> Create a small cgi script that only returns the date and time. For
> instance, using bash:
>     #!/bin/bash
>     echo 'Content-type: text/plain'
>     echo
>     date -u
>     date
> Put this inside your cgi-bin directory, don't forget to chmod 755.
> Also do not forget to remove it after you ran the test.
> It should print the time (and date) twice, one for UTC time and one
> for local time.

Michel Blanc
Systèmes/Réseaux Erasme
Erasme/CG69/Saint Clément les Places/FR69930
T 0474706840/noc at erasme.org

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