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Oracle systimestamp result differs in db server and client

I am getting some strange output while executing the below command on db server and on client machine connected to same db server. On DB server SQL> select systimestamp from dual; systimestamp ...
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How do I resolve this error, “ERROR 1298 (HY000): Unknown or incorrect time zone: 'UTC'”?

When I run the following command I get an error, however one of my scripts requires it. SET time_zone = 'UTC'; ERROR 1298 (HY000): Unknown or incorrect time zone: 'UTC'
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The time is wrong in MySQL “data/*.err” file

I use "select now();" in MySQL client, the return time is right, is my system time. But the time in the "data/g1.err" is wrong, the "g1" is my computer name. The time's minute is right, so I think ...
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mysql datetime timezone +0000

I've got a Twitter database and some columns in multiple tables are time-stamps like: Tue Sep 09 23:48:37 +0000 2014 These columns are TEXT so I want to convert them. I read Date and Time Types, ...
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Is not having 'named' timezone support common in MySQL?

I'm trying to set the timezone the database uses using: "SET time_zone = 'UTC'; Whilst this works on my development server it doesn't work on my staging server; I get this error: General error: ...
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MongoDB: Multiple timezone support

In Mongodb how to support multiple timezones? Say every client has his own timezone. I want to group by dates. Records are in different timezones before aggregation. The report should be aggregated ...
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Syntax to change a DB2 timestamp from CST to EST

I am writing a code and the source are two DB2 databases. I see that both of them have a different timestamps. (one shows CST and another is EST). I need to make sure that both of them have similar ...
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Is US/Pacific timezone in MySQL automatically adjusting to DST?

I'd like to define a view in MySQL which will convert some system data always written in UTC to our headquarter time, which is San Francisco. If I use CONVERT_TZ(..., 'UTC', 'US/Pacific'), will it ...