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On 9/2/06, Cameron Simpson wrote:
>
> On 02Sep2006 10:59, Gregory Machin wrote:
> | I have a client with an ftp server on thier lan that is use by the bulk
> | scanner ...
> | when we upload files from a pc to the ftp server the time stamp is 2
> hours
> | earlier than the current time on the pc used to up load it and when I
> checked
> | the date/time on the server it is the same as that on pc ??? where is
> proftpd
> | getting the 2 hour differenc ??
> | fc 4 server ..
>
> Possibly the timezones are skewed, possibly the system clocks are
> skewed. What does "date --utc" say on each box?
> --



the server gives the following ...
[root@mail ~]# date --utc
Sat Sep 2 10:45:22 UTC 2006
[root@mail ~]#
The client s windows 2000 and the time zone is south africe / Johnanburg
which is correct..



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> Gregory Machin
> gregory.machin@gmail.com
> www.linuxpro.co.za


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On 9/2/06, Cameron Simpson <cs@zip.com.au> wrote:
On 02Sep2006 10:59, Gregory Machin <gregory.machin@gmail.com
> wrote:
| I have a client with an ftp server on thier lan that is use by the bulk
| scanner ...
| when we upload files from a pc to the ftp server the time stamp is 2 hours
| earlier than the current time on the pc used to up load it and when I checked

| the date/time on the server it is the same as that on pc ??? where is proftpd
| getting the 2 hour differenc ??
| fc 4 server ..

Possibly the timezones are skewed, possibly the system clocks are
skewed. What does "date --utc" say on each box?

--

 

the server gives the following ...
[root@mail ~]# date --utc
Sat Sep  2 10:45:22 UTC 2006
[root@mail ~]#

The client s windows 2000 and the time zone is south africe / Johnanburg which is correct..

 

 


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Gregory Machin
gregory.machin@gmail.com

www.linuxpro.co.za


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