Well, since I didn't install it from source, but a snapshot, I don't have the northamerica source to get an MD5 # on.
Isn't there some other way to update the zone info files to fix this? -----Original Message----- From: Jonathan Chen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2007 1:03 AM To: Don O'Neil Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: Time changed back to old daylight savings On Wed, Mar 28, 2007 at 12:45:11AM -0700, Don O'Neil wrote: > I'm not sure when this happened, but I noticed today that my server > reverted back to the old daylight savings time (1 hour off).... When I > run ntpdate and have it update it even then it shows the wrong time. This tends to indicate the your /etc/localtime file is wrong. The timeservers all return UTC; the display for the date consults /etc/localtime to display UTC time in local time. > I haven't done anything to replace the /etc/localtime file, even tried > running tzsetup again, but that still didn't help. This indicates that your zoneinfo files have not been updated correctly. [...] > At the moment I've addressed the issue with a "date -v +1H". Which definitely isn't the correct fix. > Any reason this would happen? How do I fix it? What does "md5 /usr/src/share/zoneinfo/northamerica" return? (I'm assuming that you're in North America). On my 6-STABLE machine it's: MD5 (/usr/src/share/zoneinfo/northamerica) = 3e582e371f445a18b065eed8f775fb20 Any other result means that your should re-cvsup, and rebuild your system again. If it is the same, make sure your zoneinfo files have been rebuilt (check the file timestamps). Cheers. -- Jonathan Chen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Once is dumb luck. Twice is coincidence. Three times and Somebody Is Trying To Tell You Something. _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"