[Samba] File timestamps off one hour

Gaiseric Vandal gaiseric.vandal at gmail.com
Mon Mar 29 08:49:03 MDT 2010

I believe we are still in "Extended Daylight Savings" time (if you are 
in the USA.)     MS never released a patch to fix this for Windows 2000.

On 03/26/2010 07:10 PM, Felix Miata wrote:
> On 2010/03/26 15:53 (GMT-0700) Loren M. Lang composed:
>> I'm seeing timestamps off one hour in Windows 200 and XP clients that
>> were modified earlier this year before the +1 hour daylight savings
>> time.  They show correctly when views from the Ubuntu Linux Server
>> running Samba 3.2.3-1ubuntu3.8.  As a test, I created three files in
>> Linux at 00:13, 01:13, and 03:13.  I could not create a file during 2 am
>> as that time does not exist in the local timezone.  When I viewed though
>> files on Windows, they showed up as 01:13, 02:13, and 03:13,
>> respectively.
> Have those Windows systems been rebooted since the time change?

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