David Dabney wrote:
> The more I thought about this I realized it's not a bug and I'm sorry to
> have perstered the list. The fact that the data logger was deployed
> before and after a time change and it was not setup to update itself
> created this problem. I just have to push forward all the times after
> the change and then import the data. We've been trying to get the
> scientists to use UTC.....maybe this will help them understand why they
> should be doing that.
The other thing you should do is use "timestamp with time zone" to store
your timestamps. Otherwise, you aren't storing an absolute time at all.
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