On 06/23/2015 02:48 PM, Jonathan Billings wrote: <<>> > Hmmm, that's a really strange problem. if there were no strange problems, i would have no problems. ;-) > yum really doesn't have anything to do with your system clock. It > just installs, updates and removes packages. I've never used 'yumex' > but i assume it just runs yum behind the scenes. i would think not, but something is happening. > The only thing I can think of is that your system is installing a > tzdata package and failing, and somehow you're replacing the time zone > with the original each time you fix it. Since your date is listed as > -0500, it would seem likely that it is related. time change happens even when there is no tzdata package. -0500 = utc -0600 daylight savings time = utc -0500 thank you for responding. -- peace out. -+- If Bill Gates got a dime for every time Windows crashes... ...oh, wait. He does. THAT explains it! -+- in a world with out fences, who needs gates. -+- CentOS GNU/Linux 6.6 tc,hago. g .