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    hmm thats funny cause last night when I posted it gave the date as Nov 3 instead Dec 3

    Talk about turning back the hands of time!!! LOL

    The date here is Dec 4, 2004 at 8:57 am EST
    wonder how it will come up on the post

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    Just as I thought it is posting for me a month earlier.
    I wonder what I was doing this time last month.
    Hope it was fun!! LOL

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    Freaky!

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    Default The clock is different now...

    Since the Village went down yesterday the clock is at a different time - IE it is 6:42 my time but the post will be 8:20 - who's time schedule is that on - Ithought pacific Mtn eastern and central were all in exacthour different time zones?? Just curious...

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    hmmm, hadn't noticed. But now that you mention it, it is running fast for my time as well.....

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    Server had hardware issues and we needed to replace a part on it. When the defective part was replaced there was an issue with some configuration files after the server rebooted. (Server would not selfboot)

    We had to restore configurations back to 30 days at a date where the server was working.
    When the server was rebooted it inherited the time stamp that was saved from that configuration file.

    Time should be ok. If you still see a discrepancy let me know.

    -Gabe

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    Bravo, all fixed
    Kudoo's to the Admin's who fixed it all!!
    Thanks!!

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