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Cache date / Fresh date
poosibly now in alignment....
g1smd

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Msg#: 29063 posted 12:39 am on Apr 16, 2005 (gmt 0)


I see the cache and fresh date update just before midnight most nights. The cache date/time is usually from just 18 to 22 hours ago.

In the past if the Cache date/time was between 00:00 and 06:00 UTC/GMT then the Fresh date would be reported as one day earlier because the Fresh Date is aligned to some US time zone.

As of today I am seeing a Cache date/time from 48 hours ago, and the Fresh date is the same date this time.

It looks like Fresh dates might be aligned to GMT rather than to a US time zone now (or it might be that the Fresh date has just changed and the Cache is just about to update again, and that I am wrong).

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Why does Google continue to use the term GMT? That term was hanged to be UTC way back in 1971.

 

g1smd

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Msg#: 29063 posted 8:18 am on Apr 24, 2005 (gmt 0)

Well it reverted.

If the cache date is anytime in the first 6 hours of the day (in UTC), then the Fresh date is shown as being the previous day's date (so it is aligned to a US time zone).

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