New U.S. Daylight Savings Times rules go into effect in March 2007. Consequently, customers whose network components rely on the default CS-MARS U.S. clock settings will be affected by the following problem:
For operating systems that have not been updated with the new U.S. DST policy changes, timestamps will exhibit a one hour time clock offset lasting three weeks beginning at 2 A.M. on the second Sunday in March of 2007. They will also exhibit a one hour time clock offset lasting one week beginning at 2 A.M. on the first Sunday in November.
Upgrade to: csmars-126.96.36.1998.pkg. All prior versions will be affected by the change in DST.