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SubjectRe: Getting system time in kernel..
On Tue, 2 Oct 2001 22:01:41 -0700, 
David Schwartz <> wrote:
> As an example, a filesystem might internally store local times in its
>inodes. You may not be free to change the on-disk format.

Whose local time? The local time where the machine is or the local
time of the user accessing the machine from the other side of the
world? There is a very good reason why timestamps are GMT (UTC).

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