Investigating changing ISE timezone. Admin guide and CLI are not in sync. Which one is correct?
Admin guide says the ISE app must be restarted.
Changing the time zone on a Cisco ISE appliance after installation requires ISE services to be restarted on that particular node. Hence we recommend that you perform such changes within a maintenance window. Also, it is important to have all the nodes in a single ISE deployment configured to the same time zone. If you have ISE nodes located in different geographical locations or time zones, you should use a global time zone such as UTC on all the ISE nodes.
CLI guide says the app must be reset:
Warning Changing the time zone on a Cisco ISE appliance after installation causes the Cisco ISE application on that node to be unusable. However, the preferred time zone (default UTC) can be configured during the installation when the initial setup wizard prompts you for the time zones.
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As long as using a timezone without day-light savings, it would not run into CSCvd68563.
Do you mean GMT offset instead of GMT? UTC, which is the time standard used in Internet, is preferred over GMT.
If you are running other issues, please carefully analyze the available debug log files. If it can be lab recreated, open a new bug. If you need other help, please escalate.