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package com.amazonaws;

Used for clock skew adjustment between the client JVM where the SDK is run, and the server side.
public class SDKGlobalTime {
    
globalTimeOffset is a time difference in seconds between the running JVM and AWS. Used to globally adjust the client clock skew. Java SDK already provides timeOffset and accessor methods in Request class but those are used per request, whereas this variable will adjust clock skew globally. Java SDK detects clock skew errors and adjusts global clock skew automatically.
    private static volatile int globalTimeOffset;

    
Sets the global time difference in seconds between the running JVM and AWS. If this value is set then all the subsequent instantiation of an AmazonHttpClient will start using this value to generate timestamps.

Parameters:
timeOffset the time difference in seconds between the running JVM and AWS
    public  static void setGlobalTimeOffset(int timeOffset) {
         = timeOffset;
    }

    
Gets the global time difference in seconds between the running JVM and AWS. See Request#getTimeOffset() if global time offset is not set.
    public static int getGlobalTimeOffset() {
        return ;
    }
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