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Author:  jives11 [ Wed Jan 25, 2012 8:02 am ]
Post subject:  IAM display thinks its 1 Jan 1970 - so no data

Hi, I've had no IAM data for a couple of days , though household data seems fine. I noticed that if I page back a day the IAM region of the dashboard says the date is 1st Jan 1970.

That rings an IT bell somewhere in my mind. I think it might be the earliest date a Unix/Linux date function can be set to ? Not sure if the issue is my bridge not getting an nttp date perhaps or something wrong back at cc ?

Author:  Automan [ Wed Jan 25, 2012 10:09 am ]
Post subject:  Re: IAM display thinks its 1 Jan 1970 - so no data

jives11 wrote:
Hi, I've had no IAM data for a couple of days , though household data seems fine. I noticed that if I page back a day the IAM region of the dashboard says the date is 1st Jan 1970.

That rings an IT bell somewhere in my mind. I think it might be the earliest date a Unix/Linux date function can be set to ? Not sure if the issue is my bridge not getting an nttp date perhaps or something wrong back at cc ?


Have you tried the classic power cycle of the NetSmart?

Automan.

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