Rayson Ho wrote:
On 4/24/07, Dan Price <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
No, it's not possible to do so.  However, the time zone can be set
independently between zones.


Having a different date/time settings for non-global zones seems to be
a commonly requested feature...

IMO, it should be possible to allow a "time offset" in each non-global
zone, but gettimeofday() & time() in those zones will need to be
modified to add the offset into the return value.

Because a time zone is a time offset, how does that not meet your needs?


Also, I had thought that there was an RFE to allow each zone to have its own time clock, but I can't find it now.


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