In the past I have scheduled an extra hour of down time for the FALL
switch over to standard time.

I just power off the system... Read a book for an hour and power it back
on manually and set the date and time.

I've never had a problem with any of our time dependant processes,
including MQ Series when I follow this procedure...

Kenneth

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Subject: MQ & DST

This will be the first time since we started running MQ that the clocks
have turned back. What do we have to watch for in MQ? Should it be
taken down and left down for an hour or so before the time changes?


Gord


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