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  • #16
    If the time were to go ahead 12 hours for 5~ min then anyone who posted would have 12+ hours, if the time then gets fixed, those posts will still be from "the future".

    Its possible for a number of differnt hosts to have this issue, there was a bug in a cpanel build.


    • #17
      We're experiencing the same problem on 3.6.1. Posts are out of order, and we're getting error messages with no messages. We're also getting doubles of the same posts.


      • #18
        This is a problem with the server time. There is a recent problem with cPanel servers that affectedthe server time. Please see this thread (you need to register first):

        The server time was off while these posts were being made. Unfortunately there is no easy way to fix this. Of course, you need to fix the server time first. Then you would need to go into phpMyAdminand modify the dateline column in the affected post and thread tables and enter the unixtimestamp that you want. You can use this online tool to convert dates and times to Unix Timestamps:

        Just remember to enter in the GMT values for the date and not the date and time in your specific timezone.
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        • #19
          Does anyone knows if the problem still persists? My forum shows the correct time now, and just a few posts got misstimed


          • #20
            You will need to change the datetime for those posts that were made while the time was incorrect.
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