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XenServer time stamp convertion

Posted on 2012-03-20
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Hi Experts,

I got confused on reading the xensource.log on my XenServer. My friend told me that its converted to ZULU time.

Can anyone would like to help me convert this ZULU time to UTC +8 format?


20120303T09:50:45.812Z

20120305T00:02:04.079Z

20120305T00:04:18.847Z

20120305T04:28:24.805Z

20120305T08:13:47.170Z
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by:legolasthehansy
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Try this,

Open /etc/sysconfig/clock using an editor like vi

Make sure UTC=true
This sets the hardware clock to UTC time
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Thanks guys, already figured it out, you just need to add +8 if your in UTC +8
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by:d34dp00l13
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Figured it out
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