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    How do you find out the timezone in which the server runs?

    How do you find out the timezone in which the server runs?

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    HP/UX...set |grep TZ

    NT, net-op in and check.

    Or are you talking about getting this info from a SQL session?

    MH
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    from SQL session or from OEM

    Say, you have serveral servers running in different areas.

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    Well, you can use the above commands with the HO (short for HOST)command first.

    SQL> HO set |grep TZ


    We had this topic a few months ago but I can not find it, but I remember there being a dictionary view that had this info.
    So much for my short term memory.



    MH
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    SELECT TZ_OFFSET(SESSIONTIMEZONE), TZ_OFFSET(DBTIMEZONE) FROM DUAL;

    For detail refer the metalink note:

    Note:227334.1
    Subject: Dates, Timestamps & Timezones - Frequently Asked Questions


    Sam
    Last edited by sambavan; 10-24-2003 at 07:12 PM.
    Thanx
    Sam



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