> I think I may have screwed up the time on my clock.
> How do I set it so that GMT is correct, bearing in mind that in Australia
> at present, we have daylight saving?
> My TIMEZONE file is set correctly to reflect Australia/EST
> If I use the date command to set GMT properly, I get the time less
> the extra hour of Daylight saving, so the local time is out.
> If I set the time according to my watch, I muck up GMT.
-u Display (or set) the date in Greenwich Mean
Time (GMT-universal time), bypassing the normal
conversion to (or from) local time.
option on date(1). What run state do you attempt the change, not that it
could fudge the date/time change, it is only time transitions can harm
certain processes (database txns/audit trails & journals),