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Re: [Xen-users] what does localtime=1 actually do?

Great this is what I thought, however I've just had another odd one with
2008 R2 domU. The dom0 was rebooted, and when it came up the domU was
1 hour behind the time of dom0. It had to be changed in windows to the
correct time.

Something to do with the domU being saved when the dom0 rebooted? If you
xm create the time is correct with localtime set to 1.

On Mon, Nov 08, 2010 at 08:39:34PM +1100, James Harper wrote:
> > 
> > Debian squeeze, xen 4.0.1
> > 
> > What does setting localtime=1 actually do? Does it set the domU host
> to
> > use the exact time of the dom0, or does it set domU to be + 1hr from
> > UTC?
> > 
> It sets DomU hardware clock to be the local time of the Dom0, which is
> what most OS's expect.
> James

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