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Re: Dates being returned in the wrong timezone
Posted by: Rui Quelhas
Date: November 26, 2020 04:12AM

You are starting the server with the timezone set to '+01:00', so that kind of makes sense.

If your system timezone is 10h53m, the server will return 11h53m, since "now()" returns a datetime format with the timezone you specified. "unix_timestamp()", on the other hand, returns a UTC timestamp (not a datetime) to the client, which means it simply returns the UTC value (10h53) in milliseconds.

Am I missing something?

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