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SubjectRe: Getting system time in kernel..
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davids@webmaster.com said:
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> 2) Making local time offsets tuneable for each case where you need
> one. The physical location of the machine might or might not be
> meaningful.

Indeed. So you make the GMT offset a mount-time parameter for your
filesystem, and the question of how to find the current localtime in the
part of the world where the machine's primary console happens to stick out
remains meaningless.


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