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Old 03-16-2022, 05:10 AM   #1
Nima Roshani
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Question How we can Disable DST in solareis 10


Hellow everybody our government in our region /Asia/Iran/Tehran Time zone decided to cancel Daylight Saving Time and we need to Disable DST in solareis 10 , it highly appreciate to help
 
Old 03-16-2022, 09:12 AM   #2
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Hellow everybody our government in our region /Asia/Iran/Tehran Time zone decided to cancel Daylight Saving Time and we need to Disable DST in solareis 10 , it highly appreciate to help
#1 there should be a timezone setting that will lock you into the correct zone without the changes twice per year.

#2 The timezone data will be changed to reflect these changes for Linux and BSD distributions. I presume (not running an instance of SOLARIS for more than ten years) that there will be an update for Solaris to do that as well. If not, see #1.

In the EASTERN USA I have the timezones EST, EST5EDT, New_York. EST does not change, but if we adopt year round DT it would be EDT and that is missing from the zoneinfo so I might set to an adjacent zone that would not change, or wait for the update to the NewYork zoneinfo.
 
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You mean IRDT has been cancelled, and IRST is to be used whole year? I think it should be export TZ=IRST-03:30

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The
export TZ=IRST-03:30
is good to make tests in the current shell:
date
ls -la

To change the system default in Solaris 10, put
TZ=IRST-03:30
in
/etc/default/init
and reboot.

A good reference is
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.the...aris-1011/amp/
 
  


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