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It is the JVM date you need to restart if you change your timezone.
Thanks for replying to my question. As suggested by you I restarted the JVM after I changed the timezone and really my problem got solved. Thanks again!
But how do you restart the Java Virtual Machine? Killing the process?
I stop all the process and reboot the server, however the jboss logs continue having a diferent time than the server.
Yes, you can kill the java process (use ps -ef and then grep it) and then restart your appl server.
After analyzing the problem more into my machine I found that it was the OS timezone files which was corrupt. I reinstalled the timezone rpm and now with any change in timezone at OS level the log entry time, in server.log, also changes immediately without restarting the JBOSS.