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Notfred Update

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Senior Fold-a-holic
Sep 22, 2004
I wonder if add VM time offset of 0 means that there is now an option to "adjust" the time of the VM manually... is that what it means?

If so, it would yield another method of "fixing" the time stamp issues reported by a notfred VM. In other words, the option "Client is on Virtual Machine" in HFM and FahMon would not be necessary if the offset were set correctly by the user on the notfred side of the fence.


Very Welcoming Senior, Premium Member #11
May 30, 2004
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All i could find on this from Notfred is:
The VM time offset of 0 should help new installs in a VM work with the correct time zone to make monitoring in FAHMon (or similar) a lot easier - may not have to enable async clocks in FAHMon.