My Samba server 2.2.8a is running on Solaris 2.8 as a daemon (not via inetd)
It has NOT been restarted since January
Since the DST change earlier this month, I have a strange problem.
When I map a drive to a share from a Windows 2000 client machine A, the
modified timestamp on files is off by 1 hour. But when I map to the same
share from another Windows 2000 client machine B, it is fine!
Both machines have the correct DST time right now, both report the
correct time when I do 'net time \\samba_server'
Why would one machine see different timestamps than the other? Also, my
'time offset' parameter in smb.conf is not changed from the default 0