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From:Gerald Clark Date:November 13 2001 7:07pm
Subject:Re: Timezone offset question
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Start the server with the desired TZ set.


Jeremy Wilson wrote:

> I have a data collection script which rolls raw data into a formatted
> table, based on year/month/day.  I've been requested to roll up this raw
> data based on a different timezone - 3 hours behind - to better coincide
> with reports from a company in that timezone.
> 
> This is the rollup SQL query we currently run:
> 
> SELECT
> DATE_FORMAT(date,'%Y%m%d'),sitecode,reseller,section,type,COUNT(DISTINCT
> ip), COUNT(ip) FROM rawdata WHERE YEAR(date) = YEAR(NOW()) AND MONTH(date)
> = MONTH(NOW()) AND (DAYOFMONTH(date) = DAYOFMONTH(NOW()) OR
> DAYOFMONTH(date) = DAYOFMONTH(DATE_SUB(NOW(),INTERVAL 1 DAY))) GROUP BY
> 1,2,3,4,5 ORDER BY 1,2,3,4,5
> 
> Basically it summerizes the totals for today and yesterday.  My question
> is, given that query, what is the best method to rollup this offset data?
> use DATE_SUB on the SELECT, or perhaps on the DAYOFMONTH?  Any suggestions
> would be appreciated.
> 
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Timezone offset questionJeremy Wilson13 Nov
  • Re: Timezone offset questionGerald Clark13 Nov
    • Re: Timezone offset questionJeremy Wilson13 Nov
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