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File date/time minus seven hours (2 posts)

  • Started 1 month ago by wilko
  • Latest reply 3 weeks ago from Jim Matthews
  • wilko Member

    Hi, if I upload a file with a modification time of say 10:45 the Fetch window initially displays this time in the Date column but after refreshing the window then shows 03:45. If I close the connection and come back it's 03:45. If I download the file the original Date is preserved at 10:45 on the local machine. Can the Date/times displayed be localised within the Fetch window? This doesn't seem to effect any Mirrors I have in place.

    This is happening since my host moved their servers. I have been in touch with the host about a similar problem with dates and mysql but they say it's just the way it is!

    Best, Jim

    Fetch 5.6 - yep that's old but has done me very well over the years.

    Posted 1 month ago #

  • Jim Matthews Administrator


    It sounds like there's a 7 hour difference between your timezone and the timezone that the server is using to represent dates. Unfortunately I don't have a solution for this problem.


    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 3 weeks ago #


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