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How to time sync MySQL with system time
Posted by: Greg Sienkiewicz ()
Date: March 09, 2009 12:20PM

I am running MySQL 4.1.18nt on a Windows 2003 Server. The past weekend was daylight savings time in Canada. All the Windows servers changed their time appropriately, however the MySQL database SELECT CURRENT_TIME value is behind an hour. The SELECT @@global.time_zone shows as SYSTEM. Is there a way to manually update the time value without MySQL service restart? Will the time value sync with system time at service restart? Is this a bug?

Thank you kindly.

Greg Sienkiewicz

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