We click any date filed and pick date after that date is inserted to db one or more day earlier.
As you can see we handle same problem for all date fields, also in release date fields.
We check db tsql and see that date is sent to db as worng way(one or more day earlier).
My web browser (latest Chrome is set to accept language en-us first, my local computer is set to UTC+3 Istanbul.
Hi @Borusan Lojistik ,
Please update joda-time.jar with the latest version.
Hope it helps.
hello, I have the same error now, dates after Nov/08, came back one day.
jar joda time was update to version 2.10.5:
atlassian-jira/WEB-INF/lib# ls -la joda-time-2.10.5.jar
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 643043 Dec 1 2020 joda-time-2.10.5.jar
Have any other suggestions for this problem?
Jira Software Data Center v8.13.2.
Could you help?
Hello @LucasP ,
same problem here.
still investigating root cause, but it happens after virtual machine migration.
Jira is running in docker container
New VM use NTP server - Timezone OK (gmt-3)
docker-compose set /etc/localtime:ro to the container
But, for some moment I entered into container bash and date command returned UTC.
I just went back to host, and then went back to container bash, and date command returned gmt-3. (magically changed)
I know it is hard to believe, (I do not take a screenshot), but you can ask to Dumas. I showed my screen to him when happened.
@Flavio Beck it's relate with daylight saving time end in brazil :( we resolve this problem with this KB: