[Samba] Windows client displays incorrect time?

Michael Piko pikom at cpgen.cpg.com.au
Wed Apr 3 05:06:04 GMT 2002

I'm no expert but have seen it before. I dont know the cause but have noticed 
that restarting samba fixes it. I imagine samba keeps some sort of drift or 
offset or something.

On Wed, 3 Apr 2002 22:32, Nico De Ranter reckons:
>   Hi,
>   we are running samba 2.2.2 on Solaris. Our Windows clients
>   suddenly (I guess since last weekend) started displaying incorrect
>   timestamps for the files accessed through samba. The files appear
>   to be created 1 hour after the actual creation (as reported on
>   Unix and tested by hand).  I guess this is a problem with daylight
>   saving time somehow. Another server with the same samba version
>   does not seem to have the problem.
>   Any ideas?
>   Nico
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