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RawBearNYC
2003-08-08, 10:44 AM
Shameless Cindi Lauper plug? *No.

It would appear that I've completely neglected the computer clock on my server until today. *I've just updated it, but that's gonna mean that some of the timestamps are gonna be out of order. *Don't be surprised, and just say "That silly RawBearNYC" and move on.

Thanks

The Giant
2003-08-08, 01:10 PM
That silly RawBearNYC.

(moves on)

RawBearNYC
2003-08-18, 02:01 PM
Looks like I need a new battery backup for that machine :(

Bogotter
2003-08-18, 04:05 PM
It appears the time is off again. Just an FYI.

Bogotter
2003-11-01, 11:35 PM
It seems the time is an hour fast on the sever. Just an FYI.

The Giant
2003-11-01, 11:55 PM
>:( (shakes fist) Damn you, Keith Baker and your so-called "Daylight Savings Time"!!!




(I assume Ray will fix this on Monday.)

Bogotter
2003-11-02, 12:14 AM
LOL! BAKER strikes again!

Bogotter
2003-11-12, 10:08 PM
Just an FYI....the time of the posts is way off. *I think it's two hours off and also it says PM when it should say AM.

Thanks

RawBearNYC
2003-11-13, 12:11 AM
Thanks Bog.

clarkcd
2003-12-25, 02:55 AM
I guess this never got fixed. I just noticed that it says it's Dec 24th, 2003, 10:53pm when it's Dec 25th, 2003, 12:46pm PST.

Is that a boards problem or a server problem?

Daveric
2004-02-05, 12:29 PM
So I've noticed the last few days that it seems like the Time issue has been resolved. Kudos. ;D

RawBearNYC
2004-02-05, 01:13 PM
Yeah, frankly, it's just pure laziness on my part that that doesn't get fixed.

Bogotter
2004-02-05, 02:34 PM
Cool! I'm glad the timespace continium has been restored. Excellent. Thanks Raw Bear.

Bogotter
2004-05-08, 01:49 AM
Hey Rawbear. *It appears the time on the posts has shifted off 20 minutes or so.

Thanks.

RawBearNYC
2004-05-10, 09:03 AM
Thanks, i'll fix it :)

Arian
2004-06-25, 05:34 AM
Server time has gone screwy.

It's reporting the time here as 14 hours (and about 25 minutes) too early - aka the time it should be Over There - and claiming that "forum time" is 14 hours earlier again.

Friday's nearly finished there, I'm sure you don't want to live through it all again....

Gorbash Kazdar
2004-06-25, 10:16 AM
Odd, for me (US Eastern Standard Time) its about 2hrs 34m behind.

Also, for a while threads I had read wouldn't lose their "New" flag, while ones I hadn't read yet weren't getting flagged as New... but this seems to have corrected itself now.

Arian
2004-06-25, 12:09 PM
The time's still way out for me.

I just tried to change my time offset to 28 hours, so it would agree that it's currently Saturday afternoon in NSW, rather than the wee small hours of Saturday morning; but you can't put in numbers outside the range of -23.5 to +23.5. >:(

The Giant
2004-06-25, 11:00 PM
The time's still way out for me.

Well, it's gonna stay that way at LEAST until Monday. Ray is out being prideful this weekend.

Arian
2004-06-29, 02:21 AM
It's okay again now. Thanks, RawBear!

(I assume you did something. If not, just consider the thanks to be a windfall. ;D )

RawBearNYC
2004-06-29, 09:24 AM
You're welcome :)

Zagaroth
2004-07-18, 03:24 PM
To eb a touch pre emptive, looks to me like you are about 6 minutes slow rigth now (compared to my cel phone)

SI there some sort of drift issue in your server?

RawBearNYC
2004-10-28, 09:00 PM
Just to let people know, I know the clock is off on the server. We have one script that runs that is time sensitive and after the mixup with yesterday's strip going up, I wanted to give it a good 24 hours to collect the data it needs before I rip the world from underneath it. I'll fix the clock tomorrow (Saturday, EST)

AngelSword
2004-10-28, 09:17 PM
Silly RawBearNYC, Linux is for kids!

I just have to say this, because it's bothering me. Right now, those of you on the East Coast are on "Eastern Daylight Time," not "Eastern Standard Time."

Sorry, but I had to point it out.

::moves on::

Zherog
2004-10-28, 09:47 PM
However, Saturday night (OK, fine, technically Sunday morning) it'll switch back to standard time.

So.... depending on when Ray plans to make the change, he very well could have been right. ;)

AngelSword
2004-10-29, 12:26 AM
Eh...but...the...DAMN YOU AND YOUR LOGIC!

RawBearNYC
2004-10-29, 01:18 AM
Silly RawBearNYC, Linux is for kids!

I just have to say this, because it's bothering me. *Right now, those of you on the East Coast are on "Eastern Daylight Time," not "Eastern Standard Time."

Sorry, but I had to point it out.

::moves on::
wanna hear something funny? When I posted that, i paused at the "S" to remember which we were in. My internal monologue was "It's still daylight's savings time, that's 'S' for savings." ROFL.