Free Timezones Database (For Your Web Apps)

Lately, we have added “custom timezones” to Uptime Robot where users can select their timezone to view any report in their own date and time.

You may be willing to add something similar to your own application as well and it takes some time to find the values for timezones or cities and countries they cover.

As we already have it, want to share the data (something simple but can save time):

Download the timezones database in .SQL format.

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Comments

  1. gbonline

    Thaks for sharing this.

    Reply
  2. coax

    Thanks for sharing!

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  3. mohan

    Thanks ya… Do share more… :-)

    Reply
  4. Matt

    I don’t see the Arizona timezone. AZ doesn’t do daylight savings.

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  5. Kitvy

    Thank you Uptimerobot for providing this great monitoring service.

    Reply
  6. Tim

    Hi there, This is great, thanks for sharing it.. One comment I have is, this pertains to the settings on your site. My Timezone seems to be out an hour, or is the system behind 1 hour?

    It says the current time is for example 1.30pm, when in fact it’s 2.30pm – due to daylight savings. Can you extend it to include daylight savings? Having it automatic would make like life a little bit better than having settings too.

    Thoughts?

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  7. admin Post author

    @Tim,

    Just checked it and the time seems to be true. Is it still faulty on your side?

    Reply
  8. Signo

    Hi, you need to update the database and add a new timezone for Caracas/Venezuela -4.5 hours. This time zone was added in 2007.

    Thanks and keep up the good work.

    Reply

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