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Oracle® x86 Servers Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Guide

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Updated: January 2020

Log Time Stamps

Local system time stamps, by default, are captured in the Oracle ILOM log files by using the host server system clock UTC/GMT time zone. However, if a log file is viewed from a remote client that is located in a different time zone, Oracle ILOM automatically adjusts the time stamps in the log files to reflect the local time zone of the remote client and the host system. In this case, two time stamps appear in the log for each listed event entry. In addition to supporting local system time stamps, Oracle ILOM enables you to capture remote router time stamps using a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server. For information about the way to modify how Oracle ILOM captures time stamps for logged entries, refer to the Oracle ILOM Administrator's Guide for Configuration and Maintenance.