Re: /etc/localtime

2016-07-08 Thread Clayton Coleman
; > *Cc: *Brandon Richins <brandon.rich...@imail.org>, dev < > dev@lists.openshift.redhat.com> > *Subject: *Re: /etc/localtime > > > > Shouldn't logs be written to UTC and the UI of the caller be used for that? > > > > I would expect all the stored data to be norma

Re: /etc/localtime

2016-07-08 Thread Brandon Richins
lt;brandon.rich...@imail.org>, dev <dev@lists.openshift.redhat.com> Subject: Re: /etc/localtime Shouldn't logs be written to UTC and the UI of the caller be used for that? I would expect all the stored data to be normalized correctly when shown. On Jul 8, 2016, at 10:49 AM, Luke Meyer <l

Re: /etc/localtime

2016-07-06 Thread Brandon Richins
It looks like this could be a complicated issue. I searched around a little because a colleague of mine had some timezone issues with Docker lately. I think each distro may have its own way of doing timezones. Many seem to share the /etc/timezone, /etc/localtime, and /usr/share/zoneinfo

/etc/localtime

2016-07-06 Thread Luke Meyer
Is there a simple way to find out the host's local timezone without having to mount /etc/localtime (which is pretty painful given it requires hostmount)? Could there be some way it's passed in as an env var or something? ___ dev mailing list dev