|Subject:||Bug in date +%s|
|Date:||Wed, 2 Jan 2002 09:05:43 +0900|
I was trying date +%s option of date.
If I try the following command:
date -d "Sep 18 2001" +%s
The result is 1032411660
if I try date +%s (Today being 2nd Jan 2002)
The result is 1009994337
If I try this command: date -d "Jan 02 2002" +%s
The result is 1010034120.
I am running equivalent of Red Hat Linux 7 called woolinux in Korea.
In man date, %s is described as " %s seconds since 00:00:00, Jan 1, 1970 (a GNU extension)"
Can you look into the matter. Or is my interpretation wrong.
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