Set timezone in Stash

Can I set the timezone that Stash uses different from the OS's timezone? A config setting?

It is hosted on a multipurpose machine, that has inflexible programs, and it must be set to UTC for these other functions.

It'd be great to the correct timezone in Stash, though.

I do know about That would solve the problem too, albeit it is a more difficult request as it asks for timezone to vary by user.

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You can set the timezone using a JVM parameter: -Duser.timezone=America/Chicago

For Stash, you can add that parameter to the JVM_SUPPORT_RECOMMENDED_ARGS variable in your or setenv.bat.

Note that if you're running Stash as a service on Windows, setenv.bat is not evaluated and you'll have to set these arguments differently. In that case, you'll want to follow the instructions on, but add the -Duser.timezone=<your timezone> parameter instead.



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