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Is there a way we can set our oozie jobs so run on local time instead of GMT so they do not shift an hour between daylight savings and standard time?

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Is there a way we can set our oozie jobs so run on local time instead of GMT so they do not shift an hour between daylight savings and standard time?

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Re: Is there a way we can set our oozie jobs so run on local time instead of GMT so they do not shift an hour between daylight savings and standard time?

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Looking at the command line options for Oozie, there is an option to the oozie job to specify localtime, see the documentation.

-localtime            use local time (same as passing your time zone to -timezone). Overrides -timezone option
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Re: Is there a way we can set our oozie jobs so run on local time instead of GMT so they do not shift an hour between daylight savings and standard time?

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Looking at the command line options for Oozie, there is an option to the oozie job to specify localtime, see the documentation.

-localtime            use local time (same as passing your time zone to -timezone). Overrides -timezone option