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I am Using Ubuntu 14.04. My user Time zone is Asia / Calcutta.
but,when I show Log file it show Different Time.
let's take an Example:
my current Time is 2015-09-16 10:45:30
log file shows 2015-09-16 05:15:44.
How Can I set Server Time(Log File Time) as My Current Time.
It's ok for being different, your logs are in UTC, since you have your user with Asia/Calcutta timezone, it can be other users in others timezones in the same database, so the question is: In what specific user time zone the logs should be displayed? It's better in UTC.
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Hi, I have currently the same problem with Odoo 9.
My server time is Central Time but the log timestamps are 5 hours later. For example:
Thu Aug 11 14:29:33 CDT 2016
ubuntu@FLV-UBU-ODOO-01:/var/log/odoo$ tail odoo9C-server.log
2016-08-11 19:28:51,415 936 INFO OC09_VAZDELAR_TST werkzeug: 10.0.0.45 - - [11/Aug/2016 19:28:51] "POST /web/dataset/call_kw/stock.location/name_get HTTP/1.1" 200 -
2016-08-11 19:28:51,424 936 INFO OC09_VAZDELAR_TST werkzeug: 10.0.0.45 - - [11/Aug/2016 19:28:51] "POST /web/dataset/call_kw/account.tax/fields_get HTTP/1.1" 200 -
Where is Odoo server getting the time from?
I don´t think that could be acceptable.
Help is much appreciated.
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