Bandwidth graph on FOG WebUI is off by six hours



  • Can someone point me in the right direction? Thanks.

    I have edited the etc/php5/apache2/php.ini and that did not correct it.

    [ATTACH=full]256[/ATTACH]

    [url="/_imported_xf_attachments/0/256_Capture.JPG?:"]Capture.JPG[/url]


  • Testers

    I am having this same issue, has anyone figured this out yet? I have setup 3 FOG servers for various places and set up a couple of them multiple times as I was learning the system better. But the latest one is the first I did on a VM and it is the only one that is giving me this issue. The time is off by 4 hrs.

    I have checked the time on the server and my local PC. I have even tried adjusting the time on both to see if it would make a difference and it didn’t change anything. It seems to be an error in the way jquery is checking the time. I have doe some research into this but I am not familiar enough with javascript to know where I should be looking.

    Please if someone could point me in the right direction I wouldn’t mind looking for a solution if I could get a starting point beyond that it seems to be javascript.



  • I have (as well as many people I guess) this problem as well (but in my case (Germany) the time is only 1 hour off). Have been trying to fix this by messing with the time settings on the FOG server (Ubuntu Server 10.04 LTS), but had no success. Isn’t that much of a problem, so I can live with it. But if there is a simple solution, I would take it. :)



  • Yes. I should have mentioned that too.


  • Moderator

    At the console of the FOG server, is the date and time correct? use “date” and hit enter.


 

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