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Topic Title: logging time differs to systemtime
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Created On: 09/11/2013 12:43 AM
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Fabi D.
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Hi,

we are using automate 08 8.0.9.0

windows server 2008 R2

vmware 

 

The time stamp in the log files is different from the system time of the machine.

almost exactly one hour.

 

Does anyone have an idea where this could come from?

 

regards

fabi



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SarathiKamaraj
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Hi Fabi,

Could you please confirm the time and date from automate matches with the system timings by running the following code in task builder....

 

This will help to narrow down the issue

 

 



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 09/11/2013 01:30 AM
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Fabi D.
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hi,

 

the time is correct

 

11.09.2013

10:29:45

 

matches with our systemtime



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Then i am not sure how the timings in log can very...

Wait for Network automation guys response.......



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;-)...

ok, but thanks a lot.



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;-)...

ok, but thanks a lot.



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Leonard Amabile
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The time and date stamps within the log files themselves is based on UTC time. When the log is opened within our application, the time and date stamps are converted to local time.



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