SUMMARY: timestamp

From: Seth Rothenberg <>
Date: Mon Dec 09 2002 - 16:38:55 EST
Thanks to
>>> "Fiengo, Paul (Contractor)" <> 12/09/02 04:09PM
>>> Jay Lessert <> 12/09/02 04:34PM >>>
>>> Darren Dunham <> 12/09/02 04:19PM >>>
>>>Ray Brownrigg <>
(and others who are still answering)

for correct diagnosis.   The server's clock does not match the client's
I need to set up NTP.  For now, I just used rdate.
The timestamp problem went away.   We'll see if the application is any

Thanks guys

-----Original Message-----
From: Seth Rothenberg []
Sent: Monday, December 09, 2002 3:16 PM
Subject: timestamp

I have an Ultra 60 running Solaris 8, and NFS mounting a
Filesystem from a 4500 running 2.6.

A number of files created in this filesystem have a strange appearance
when I run   ls -l   - or even if I do a find with -ls,
the timestamp is "Dec 9 2002"

I was under the impression that ls will display the year if the file is
six months, and will display the time if newer.

The reason I am asking is we are having a problem with an application
and I wonder if this is a sign of serious system problem, which may resolve
my applications issue.

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