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TimeZone

Sets the time zone for displaying and interpreting time stamps. The built-in default is GMT, but that is typically overridden in postgresql.conf; initdb will install a setting there corresponding to its system environment. See datatype-timezones for more information.

Recommendations

To avoid a lot of confusion, make sure this is set to your local timeszone. If the server covers multiple time zones, then this should be set on a ROLE or connection basis.

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