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has anyone had any problems with timestamps when using php scripts running on linux OS. according to php documentations...this should only happned on Windows. right now we are running php 4.1.2 and higher (but nothing over php 4.2.2) on our red hat systems. and we are having problems getting correct dates before 1970. so i'm not sure what is going on.....don't know if it's calling some kind of linux command (time zero being 1970) and it isn't resolving the difference or what....just wondering if anyone ran into these bugs on some older versions of php and if there is some kind of fix for the problem....(which of course could easily be update php)...just wondered if anyone had any info.....thnx
in php, when using a timestamp related function, we get results we did not get some time back. dates that would result in a negative timestamp used to work fine. now they are all -1. according to php documentation , they should work from about 1902 to 2038....except on windows. so the dates where working at one point and now they aren't
Last edited by wedgeworth; 12-09-2003 at 11:33 AM.