Display time in 24 hours in host management
Is it possible to change display time to 24 hours:
I have already changed
date.timezone = Europe/Vienna
So the time is correct.
This is only wrong in host management. The list in task managment shows the time in 24 hour format.
you may try editing the settings in [code]/etc/php5/cli/php.ini[/code]
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what version -.-
You may also try Tom’s suggestions above.
Tom Elliott last edited by
If you upgrade to SVN, I’ve changed the formatting of the time settings to display hours, seconds, and minutes, months, days, years.
It will not display the direct time of deployment. Hopefully this helps give a better understanding of When something occurred vs. What time something occurs. It’d be too much to try figuring out how best to represent the time variables as you’re seeing here.
The DB stores the data in: YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss mode. Meaning The hours are always stored in the DB as 24 hour format. So depending on how it’s to be displayed it may show the DB value or a “neatly” formatted time setting.
There’s too many variables to figure out. So I’ve simplified it so it just displays the round about timing it last ran. VS trying to guess how people are going to want to view their times.
what operating system did you install FOG on?