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pdumigan
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How do I determine the time on a log file entry that won't render

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I have a Networker 9 storage node that keeps reporting "errno = An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host" in the daemon.raw.

However, after rendering the log, at the beginning of the line it says that it is "Unable to render the following message" so I can't determine the date and time of the error.  I see that the date/time is stored in some kind of serial number(1468928259) format in the RAW file.

Is there a way to convert that number to a date/time so I can try to figure out what is killing the connection?

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bingo.1
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Re: How do I determine the time on a log file entry that won't render

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The "serial no" is nothing else but a UNIX time stamp (same as it used for the NW cloenid).

If you search the web you will find a lot of online converters.

BTW - your time stamp refers to "07/19/2016 11:37am (UTC)".

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bingo.1
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Re: How do I determine the time on a log file entry that won't render

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The "serial no" is nothing else but a UNIX time stamp (same as it used for the NW cloenid).

If you search the web you will find a lot of online converters.

BTW - your time stamp refers to "07/19/2016 11:37am (UTC)".

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pdumigan
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Re: How do I determine the time on a log file entry that won't render

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Thanks!  So it looks like I am getting connection lost errors every six hours.

The excel formula for converting to Eastern US (EDT) is ([sourceCell]/86400)+25569+(-4/24).  Then format that as a date/time.

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