[j-nsp] Timezone

Alexander Arsenyev (GU/ETL) alexander.arsenyev at ericsson.com
Thu Mar 31 10:27:55 EST 2005

You may wish to have a look into "zic" and "zdump" FreeBSD commands.
AFAIR, You will possibly need to create a new zone file to customize daylight 
saving time start/end dates and/or times.
Disclaimer - never tried it myself :-)

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Sent: 31 March 2005 15:46
To: juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net
Cc: nirma at co.zahav.net.il
Subject: Re: [j-nsp] Timezone

Hello everybody,

Following that conversation, is there any way to configure the start
and end of the daylight savings time period?

I looked a little through the history of this list, and I found this:

If it is true - can someone please elaborate some more on how this
auto adjustment of daylight savings time is being done?


On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 23:44:09 -0600, Jody Holmes <skwire at skwire.net> wrote:
> *
> Quoting "Andrey Zolotnitskiy" <andrey at nit.kz>
> @ (3/28/2005 10:55:57 PM):
> > In the list of the possible zones which are given out by this command,
> > there are no zones of type GMT +/-N. Actually the question consisted
> > in the following - whether there is a way to expose timezone which is
> > not present in the list only means cli?
> Not that I'm aware of.  The thing you're going to have to do is find a
> city in the list with the same time zone offset as Kazakhstan.  A
> cursory search shows that Asia/Ashgabat has an offset of +0500.  Hope
> that helps.
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