[rrd-users] Re: what's the best way to poll data at a high frequency
per at computer.org
Thu Jul 28 18:13:29 MEST 2005
John Barber wrote:
> My suspicion was correct, the highest frequency you can run something
> with windows task schedule is 1 minute.
> How can I schedule something to run more often in a windows
> environment. I would consider using a Linux box to poll the data, but I
> would prefer to keep everything on the same server.
wait 10-(now()-t) seconds
You could just do wait 10 seconds, but it depends on how long it takes to poll
and update rrd.
Like I said earlier, I use a daemon (written in C) for this - I'm sure you can do that on
Windows too. (I'm on Linux).
/Per Jessen, Zürich
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