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Hmm well that's strange, because my forum time was correct and now it's an hour behind. Some of my users have resorted to re-adjusting their profile-specific offsets but that's not really the right fix (twice a year) if the servers are tracking DST properly.

 

Not sure what's going on here then... ;)

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Hmm well that's strange, because my forum time was correct and now it's an hour behind. Some of my users have resorted to re-adjusting their profile-specific offsets but that's not really the right fix (twice a year) if the servers are tracking DST properly.

 

Not sure what's going on here then... ;)

root@echo [/]# date

Mon Mar 15 14:31:17 EDT 2010

 

root@cypress [/home/mddhost]# date

Mon Mar 15 14:31:42 EDT 2010

 

root@demeter [/home/mddhost]# date

Mon Mar 15 14:31:42 EDT 2010

 

root@fresco [/home/mddhost]# date

Mon Mar 15 14:31:42 EDT 2010

 

They are all set correctly and all rolled over as expected - it could be that your script's internal PHP timezone setting is hard-coded - I will also check the PHP settings to make sure they are correct.

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