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Apache Oozie documentation shows how to get status in localtime which works but not an example on how to run a job using localtime.. Is there a way to run the job local time? We are trying to avoid daylight saving's time.

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Apache Oozie documentation shows how to get status in localtime which works but not an example on how to run a job using localtime.. Is there a way to run the job local time? We are trying to avoid daylight saving's time.

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Re: Apache Oozie documentation shows how to get status in localtime which works but not an example on how to run a job using localtime.. Is there a way to run the job local time? We are trying to avoid daylight saving's time.

You can export OOZIE_TIMEZONE the same way you export OOZIE_URL, or use "-timezone" option, or for a long-term change set "oozie.processing.timezone" in oozie-site.xml for example to "GMT+0900".

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Re: Apache Oozie documentation shows how to get status in localtime which works but not an example on how to run a job using localtime.. Is there a way to run the job local time? We are trying to avoid daylight saving's time.

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Re: Apache Oozie documentation shows how to get status in localtime which works but not an example on how to run a job using localtime.. Is there a way to run the job local time? We are trying to avoid daylight saving's time.

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Re: Apache Oozie documentation shows how to get status in localtime which works but not an example on how to run a job using localtime.. Is there a way to run the job local time? We are trying to avoid daylight saving's time.

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Re: Apache Oozie documentation shows how to get status in localtime which works but not an example on how to run a job using localtime.. Is there a way to run the job local time? We are trying to avoid daylight saving's time.

You can export OOZIE_TIMEZONE the same way you export OOZIE_URL, or use "-timezone" option, or for a long-term change set "oozie.processing.timezone" in oozie-site.xml for example to "GMT+0900".

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