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How to use 24-hour clock in the US Local?

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Using SPLUNK 6.2.1 - How do I display all my date/times using the 24-hour clock? I want to keep the US Local for the date, but have the time show as 17:33;33 instead of 5:33:33.

I have seen some posts for version 4.1.1, but have not seen answers for the more recent versions.

Thanks

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Re: How to use 24-hour clock in the US Local?

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You can still use a different locale in your browser; that will work. Use en-GB instead of en-US

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Re: How to use 24-hour clock in the US Local?

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Yes, I did do that and it works. Wasn't sure what side-effects that might have (if any)

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No side-effects! In the actual indexes, Splunk stores all timestamps in Linux epoch time, with a timezone of UTC.

When Splunk displays times, it takes into account the user's timezone setting and the browser setting.