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Re: OpenLDAP Date

andylockran wrote:
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 (2.3)
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.

What does syslog honour?

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