I’m using ubuntu 18.04 with everything updated.
The issue is the points in the graph are rendered one hour after the real datetime.
in italy now the local time is 10.01
the date of the operative system and of the mysql is the same and is correct : 10.01
qa@qa-VirtualBox:~$ date ven 14 feb 2020, 10.02.41, CET qa@qa-VirtualBox:~$ timedatectl Local time: ven 2020-02-14 10:03:57 CET Universal time: ven 2020-02-14 09:03:57 UTC RTC time: ven 2020-02-14 09:03:56 Time zone: Europe/Rome (CET, +0100) System clock synchronized: no systemd-timesyncd.service active: yes RTC in local TZ: no qa@qa-VirtualBox:~$
the entry in the mysql database are stored with the correct datetime, so for example if a entry is entered now, the datetime is 10.01
this is the dataset of data entered some hours ago
ts company coda
2020-02-14 08:45:19 nuovacsprod 67466
2020-02-14 09:00:35 nuovacsprod 67473
2020-02-14 09:15:21 nuovacsprod 67479
2020-02-14 09:30:22 nuovacsprod 67485
2020-02-14 09:45:31 nuovacsprod 67491
2020-02-14 10:00:27 nuovacsprod 67500
2020-02-14 10:15:36 nuovacsprod 67524
this is the query
ts AS “time”,
coda as “da scansionare”
$__timeFilter(ts) and company=’$company’
ORDER BY ts
i filter for the last hour
and i don’t see any entry (even there are entry in the last hour)
i filter for the last 3 hours
i see the first entry in 9:45:19 but it should to be 8.45.19
and the last entry are “after” the “now()” time.
if i make a LESS ZOOM
i see the last entry in 11.00.27
but now in italy is the 10.29.00
i tried changing the datetime settings for the board from
“default” to “local browser time” but nothing changed
and to “utc” time
the time was switched from utc+1 (italian time) tu utc+0 (utc time)
but the hours are shifted by 1 hour.
any help please?