Some people have had firewalls more tha none year. Particuarly in the case of system logs, where there are not so many entries, the year is important. I have devices that have logs reaching back to their installation date, and it is not obvious what year a log is from.
I never actually paid any attention to that, but yeah I see it now.
The full date + time are in the log itself, so you can either click on the magnifying glass to see it or you can click on the date/time link in that column to add the full timestamp (receive_time leq '2018/07/25 08:54:17).
I think it's probably a purposeful decision. The vast majority of logs on the system won't stay present for more than a year, and even if they did you wouldn't need the year visually since intermediate logs between years would indicate how many years have passed.
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