Just something I saw and wondered about it even though I don't care too
much. I ran a cgi (perl) script comparing the now() with the system
/bin/date and they're off by 38 seconds. This is on a FreeBSD 4.4 machine
and I'm running clockspeed. Now clockspeed *does* have an issue where you
have to fix the localtime to account for leap seconds, or something like
that, so I know that's the issue. But, I'm curious as to how PostgreSQL
is determining the localtime on the machine since there's a difference
between the two.
I restarted postmaster just to make sure that wasn't the issue.
Quantified Systems, Inc
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