Topic "date/year"

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lzhaoyu
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We noticed something kind of strange on winscp. We have some jobs running on linux boxes. The jobs periodically write out output files, and we use winscp to transfer output files. The weird thing is that beginning on Feb 12 the dates on the output files lost one year, i.e., the month and day are correct, but the year is 2002, not 2003.

If I issue the date command from ttssh, it gives me the correct date and year. So I assume that it is a problem from the linux box. Can you think of a reason why winscp would lose a year from the date used for the filestamps, even though the date is set correctly? Thanks.
martin
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Can you post log file (or at least part of it that shows directory listing)?
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