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Old 12-10-2015, 03:21 PM
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Not sure what has happened but the times seem to have altered. A back to the future moment! On my profile page right now at the bottom of the page it states:

All times are GMT. The time now is 08:17 PM

But the time is actually 03.17 PM

How do I adjust the forum time the easy way, not the impossible way!
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Old 12-10-2015, 03:51 PM
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It's five hours off for everyone...

I have a ticket open with the host looking for a resolution...
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Not sure what has happened but the times seem to have altered. A back to the future moment! On my profile page right now at the bottom of the page it states:

All times are GMT. The time now is 08:17 PM

But the time is actually 03.17 PM

How do I adjust the forum time the easy way, not the impossible way!
And the time stamp of your comment says you posted today at 2:21 PM

Sounds like our posts are time traveling.

I noticed this yesterday and thought it was just me. I have been off bubble ever since. I do hope CNREDD gets this resolved soon.
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time travel...hmmm...
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Two issues...

1) The time is still off by five hours.

I'm in Plesk (Server/System Date and Time) but I don't have permission to change the server time.

Here's a screenshot...



I took the screenshot at 1:14AM (Philadelphia time), but the server (and my forum) are reading "6:14AM". This is off for everyone on my forum, so it isn't a forum profile fix on my part.

2) I can't inspect my container...I get the errror message "Action Timed Out:120, TTL120, TIMEOUT:600"

Please advise on these issues.

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Just got this from my host...

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Hello,

We are still having issues on the connection from the server to the host on the back end. The sites should remain up and active it's just causing an issue between our backend and the server backend.

If you supply us with the root password we can take a look about the time.

This ticket will remain open until this issue is resolved.


If there is anything else we can do to assist with feel free to contact us , we are here 24/7.

Sincerely,
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I replied, so we're just waiting to see if the time issue is part of their backend problems or could be resolved by them...
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Their response...Looks like its on their side and not mine...

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Thank you for contacting support.

We currently believe the time issue is also related to the network connectivity on the node side. Our engineers are continuing to look into that, so we'll leave this ticket open and update you when we believe it should be resolved. We appreciate your patience in the meantime.

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So we wait...

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Thank you for contacting support.

Unfortunately, it looks like the node issue may not be fully resolved until early next week, as there appears to be a hardware issue involved. As noted, your server should be up, but the server time, as well as access to tools like reboot, inspect container may be off until the node issue is fixed. We'll leave this ticket open until that has also been addressed, and continue to appreciate your patience in the meantime. Please let us know if we can help you in any other way.

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No problem. I'll pretend I am still back in Wakefield, England GMT.
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