Bug#449220: mdadm: checkarray from cron runs twice when daylight saving time changes
martin f krafft
madduck at debian.org
Sun Nov 4 07:11:12 UTC 2007
tags 449220 wontfix
also sprach Ariel <asdebian at dsgml.com> [2007.11.04.0711 +0100]:
> Checkarray from cron runs at 1:06AM, this means it runs twice when
> daylight saving time changes in the winter, and worse it doesn't
> run at all in the summer when the clock jumps from 1 to 2.
> I suggest moving to 2:06 (unless there are some locals where that
> also wouldn't work).
In the summer, the clock jumps from 2 to 3. Also, in Europe, the
clock jumps from 3 to 2 in the winter.
I believe this is a problem with cron and not one I should have to
fix in mdadm.
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