I have been having issues with a script that counts-down a timer. It has been found that it is apparently due to the systems UNIX Timestamp being off by one hour. (I am in America - New York, Eastern Standard or UTC -5)
I have confirmed that in virtualmin the correct timezone to be set. (America New_York Eastern Time ) On the System info page it is displaying the correct time / date. BUT I added the below line to my footer page in a site on the server and it gives me a timestamp of an hour earlier...
<!-- SERVER's UNIX TIMESTAMP: <?php echo time(); ?> -->
For example: At 3:35 (my real time) I checked this and got the UNIX timestamp of: 1329510902
Using: http://www.unixtimestamp.com/index.php This is the result: (1 hour off..) TIME STAMP: 1329510902 DATE (M/D/Y @ h:m:s): 02 / 17 / 12 @ 2:35:02pm EST
Any thoughts on where this issue could be and how to fix it? It is causing havoc on my sites.. Thanks a lot!