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SSAS Query Log has future timestamps?

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I have a cube with query log enabled.  When I look at the query log table, I found there are times in the future.  Is it using UTC?  Thanks.
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Perhaps your SSAS server date/time settings are a bit off?
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Are these legitimate values?  So long as they are then they will be the same as other timestamps in the database.

WHen you say future, how far in the future?
Are they simply the number of hours you are behind GMT?
ie here in the Central US at 08:21 (CDT) 1 the time saved or logged would be  14:21 so the time seems to be in the future.

If that is the difference then it is most likely a UTC time

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Yes, it's exactly the UTC time.  Thanks.
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