[Samba] Bug - The Time stamp in Samba is 11 hours behind time stamp in Linux

Bob Crandell bob at assuredcomp.com
Thu Sep 4 17:25:43 GMT 2003

Each time this happens to me I restart samba.  Samba then picks up the time from
LInux.  It usually happens when there is a large change in time after Samba starts.

Lynn (windwalker_2000 at yahoo.com) wrote:
>Hi. Please help me how to resolve a Samba bug
>The Time stamp in Samba is 11 hours behind time stamp in Linux
>on Windows 2000 workstation, the time is 12:00PM, 9-3-2003
>on Linux        workstation, the time is 12:00PM, 9-3-2003
>using Samba Version 2.2.8a in the Linux computer
>I mapped a Samba drive from a Windows 2000 workstation to a Linux computer. Next, I
created a folder named New_Folder. the date created on this folder (on the Samba
mapped drive) indicates 9/3/2003 1:00AM
>When I went in to the Linux command line and looked at the New_Folder directory
using the command "ls -al", the date created indicates 9/3/2003 12:00PM
>drwxrwx---    2 admin    engineer     4096 Sep  3 12:00 New_Folder
>The date of when the New_Folder directory was in Samba is 11 hours earlier than the
one in the Linux computer using "ls -al" command.
>    12:00AM
>    1:00 AM     --> Samba time displayed
>    2:00 AM
>    3:00 AM
>    4:00 AM
>    5:00 AM
>    6:00 AM
>    7:00 AM
>    8:00 AM
>    9:00 AM
>    10:00 AM
>    11:00 AM
>    12:00 PM    --> Linux time display
>Other users also confirmed to me this bug in Samba 2.2.8a.
>Is there anyway to fix this bug so that the date and time of when the  files and
folders in Samba is created is the same as that showed in Linux when use the command
line "ls -al" ?
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Bob Crandell
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