Date/time in log file in UTC?

Hi all,

I can’t seem to find a way to get the date/time in the log file to be
in the local timezone as opposed to UTC time. It may be a system thing,
or a perl thing rather than just something in RT since a new process I
tried using Mime::Lite is sending emails with UTC dates as well.

However, dates/times displayed in RT are correct, just the log file is
wrong.

Any thoughts on what I should check? TZ is set to :US/Central, perl
has d_setlocale set.

Thanks!

Steve Palm — stevep@sga.org
Computer Systems Analyst/Programmer
Slavic Gospel Association – Loves Park, IL

There is a note on this in the Gossamer Threads archive, see:
http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/rt/users/25510?search_string=Time%20in%20RT;#25510

Apparently this behavior is correct.

Stephen HancockOn Wed, 26 Jan 2005 11:29:07 -0600, Steve Palm stevep@sga.org wrote:

Hi all,

I can’t seem to find a way to get the date/time in the log file to be
in the local timezone as opposed to UTC time. It may be a system thing,
or a perl thing rather than just something in RT since a new process I
tried using Mime::Lite is sending emails with UTC dates as well.

However, dates/times displayed in RT are correct, just the log file is
wrong.

Any thoughts on what I should check? TZ is set to :US/Central, perl
has d_setlocale set.

Thanks!


Steve Palm — stevep@sga.org
Computer Systems Analyst/Programmer
Slavic Gospel Association – Loves Park, IL


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