Howard Chu wrote:
> andylockran wrote:
>> I'm in the process of upgrading a 2.3.41 directory up to the 2.4 branch.
>> I've got a few virtual machines with which I've been testing and
>> running syncrepl.
>> I've successfully 'pulled' all the data out from the old server
>> and that's now in database 1 on my new server.
>> However, having installed openLDAP on another new server.. the date that
>> logs are reporting is an hour earlier than the system time.
>> Is there a configurable run-time option in slapd, to get the date?
>> I've currently not got monitoring setup.
> No, there's nothing in slapd that messes with the system clock. Probably
> you have an incorrect TZ or other environment variable when slapd starts.
TZ="Europe/London"; export TZ
that's in /etc/profile, and the date shows up correctly as:
Fri Aug 29 11:09:34 BST 2008
Does openldap pull its timezone data from elsewhere.
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