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php set timezone

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i'm sure i'm not the only one who is distressed by the recent default behavior change to e_notice when the timezone isn't explicitly set in the program or in .ini. i insure that the clock on the server is correct, and i don't want to have to set it in two places (the system and php). so i want to read it from the system. but php 

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in response to the other comments expressing surprise that changing the timezone does not affect the timestamp: a unix timestamp is defined as the number of seconds that have elapsed since :: (utc), thursday, january . so: with respect to utc. always. calling settimezone() never changes the actual 

php set timezone

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definition and usage. the date_default_timezone_set() function sets the default timezone used by all date/time functions in the script. parameter, description. timezone, required. specifies the timezone to use, like "utc" or "europe/paris". list of valid timezones: php.net/manual/en/timezones.php 

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déc. if you notice the correct time is not displaying in your php scripts the likely culprit is that the hosting server is in a different timezone. you can easily resolve this by adding a line of code to your php.ini file. the location you set in the code will determine the time to display in your php scripts.

php set timezone

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the problem is that you're displaying time() , which is a unix timestamp based on gmt/utc. that's why it doesn't change. date() on the other hand, formats the time based on that timestamp. a timestamp is the number of seconds since the unix epoch (january :: gmt). echo date('ymd h:i:s t', time()) .

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function date_default_timezone_set() >= .. set timezone globally. if you need to set timezone locally, for specific variable, you can use datetime>= .. and datetimezone>= .. classes, like: $dt = new datetime('now', new datetimezone('asia/dhaka')); echo $dt>format('f j, y, g:i a');. here is the 

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you are changing the wrong file. the file /etc/php/cli/php.ini is used by cli command line interface. don't forget to reboot your webserver after you update the right one: sudo service apache restart or sudo service phpfpm restart. file locations for different os: os > location windows(with xampp 

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on my localhost, date_default_timezone_set('[timezone]') works correctly, however, on the server, it always return the utc. based on the php doc, it looks like the timezone is not set in the php ini of my server, so i likely ignored the the timezone set since no value is defined previously. using the init_set, it 

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déc. in php: <?php define('timezone', 'europe/paris'); date_default_timezone_set(timezone);. for mysql: getoffset() ; $sgn = ($mins < ? : ); $mins = abs($mins); $hrs = floor($mins ); $mins = $hrs ; $offset = sprintf('d:d', $hrs$sgn, 

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the default timezone used and displayed by php is utc time (coordinated universal time), and this is why php's time is always several hours off from your local time. while it is usually best to leave the internal timezone of php set on utc (as it is a international time standard) and then convert (in php