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 From:  "Pat Ellison" <pat at zbit dot net>
 To:  <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Date Format in Logs
 Date:  Mon, 16 Aug 2004 13:57:22 -0400
If M0N0Wall knows the time zone I'm in why are the system logs in GMT?
I can see reporting them throug SNMP as GMT but for the HTML logs I
think they would be best in local time.. I'm have to read the logs with my
PocketPC next to me translating the time. Do you already have
GMT2LocalTime()
function in your bag of routines?

X  22:34:38.645892 WAN 80.56.25.10, port 56711 6.3.17.20, port 13794 UDP
X  22:34:11.923712 WAN 82.38.89.97, port 54803 6.3.17.20, port 13705 TCP
X  22:34:05.901560 WAN 82.38.89.97, port 54751 6.3.17.20, port 13705 TCP
X  22:34:03.075284 WAN 82.38.89.97, port 54710 6.3.17.20, port 13705 TCP
X  22:34:00.146762 WAN 82.38.89.97, port 54710 6.3.17.20, port 13705 TCP


-Pat

Ps. sure!, Give them a Mussle car and now they want silly fenders on it
too!!
	Users are never happy eh???