The Changed time displayed is 1 hour ahead (it shows 10:18:38 PM instead of the correct 9:18:38 PM)
3.7.5 (Build 254) running at the same time shows the correct time 9:18:38 PM
Unix-style approach to Daylight saving time (client does adjustment) is made default. This can affect interpretation of timestamps of your files. Use function Synchronize with option Synchronize timestamps only, not files to resolve it.
Please tell me, step by step, what you are doing.Using Synchronize with Synchronize option "Synchronize timestamps only, not files" does not change the Changed time of my files (still ahead one hour).
The timetamp synchronization should start then. Well maybe its too quick to be even noticed, but I doubt it. Can you post a log file?I click on the "OK" button and the Synchronization windows disappears.
WinSCP does not care about it. Timestamps are sent in UTC format, which is unaffected by the DST. Maybe your server fails to adjust it.But perhaps WinSCP cannot read the daylight saving status of FreeBSD 's ?
It is optional. Just select "Server adjusts DST". However it is against the SFTP specification.Could you make this new Unix-style approach to Daylight saving time (client does adjustment) optional?
Make it default session setting. It should help. I hope :-)setting the Daylight Saving Time to "Server adjusts DST" works for me. Unfortunately, whenever I import sessions from PuTTY, this option gets set to "Server works in UTC time".
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