On Tue, Feb 03, 2015 at 03:08:38PM +1000, Paul Koch wrote:
> Since the default option for "Select local or UTC clock" changed from
> "No" to "Yes", we are seeing many customers who incorrectly answer this
> This screws up things in our app because we store all data in UTC.
> A few observations...
> Most people don't know what "CMOS clock" is. Maybe change the wording
> to "BIOS clock" or "Hardware Clock" ??
> The person doing the install may not know what the clock is currently set
> to, especially when installing in a VM. Perhaps the screen should display
> the current machine time so they can correctly answer the question.
> Why was the default changed from "No" to "Yes" ?
or change ntpd_sync_on_start="YES" to force correct time.
in most case for hardware platform CMOS time contains garbage.
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