Is there a way to set time zone permanently?
I tried it on the template1 database -- then exited & went back in &
did a show time zone & said was unknown.
I need to know how to permanently set the time zone to EST
when I do a uname -a on Freebsd -- it shows EST -- but inside psql -- it
unless I set time zone 'EST' -- and then is for only the duration of the
Would it work if I put it in the postgresql.conf file?
where do you put global settings for the database ?
From: Tom Lane [mailto:tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us]
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2002 10:23 AM
To: Pam Wampler
Subject: Re: [NOVICE] inserting a timestamp show wrong timezone
Pam Wampler <Pam_Wampler(at)taylorwhite(dot)com> writes:
> insert into foo values (3, '12-aug-2001:00:01:01');
> insert into foo values (4,now());
> showaltb=> select * from foo;
> n | t
> 3 | 2001-08-12 00:01:01-04
> 4 | 2002-02-20 08:59:56-05
Looks fine to me. -05 is EST, -04 is EDT ... and I'd expect
daylight-savings time to be used in August ...
If you don't want daylight-savings time to be used, set your
TimeZone variable to something like "EST", not "ESTEDT" (the
exact form of timezone specs tends to vary across Unixen, so
you'll have to experiment or read the manual to find out what
regards, tom lane
pgsql-novice by date
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