>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.

There are a gazillion things in the kernel which use the current time;
think about all the filesystem operations (access, modify, creat)
time at which processes start.  And many places where such times
are returned or set.

What times do you want stored in the filesystem?

Casper
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