[rt-users] Timezone and FreeBSD

Vivek Khera khera at kcilink.com
Fri Nov 16 12:17:17 EST 2001

>>>>> "CW" == Charlie Watts <cewatts at frontier.net> writes:

CW> As cool as mod_perl is, I think fastcgi is probably a better way to go,
CW> because of these weird pollution problems.

True, but the deeper issue here I think is the system date/time
libraries.  Once initialized, you can't change the timezone by simply
changing the TZ environment variable.  So each process can only work
in one timezone -- the one first specified.  I think this might put a
kink in the plans to make the times appear local to the user depending
on the user's preferences.

For my install, I have a private instantiation of Apache just for RT
running on a high-number port (with SSL enabled).

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