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When Does "clock" Start for Recurring Event

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  • BobSpen
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    Originally posted by RoChess View Post
    Do they fire on exactly xx:00 and xx:30 now?

    Create a test event at an odd number of minutes, and verifying if it fires off at xx:00 and xx:30 would give you a good indication, but a reboot test and looking at the time the existing events start is a sure fire way of knowing. Having a high uptime is a nice stats, but the verification that your environment survives a restart with all your plugins and events initializing correctly is a nice peace of mind.
    No, I use a 40 minute recurring event to test activity(change of time stamp) of a program that runs every 15 minutes. Every so often it fails immediately on HS3 restarting-hence the question.

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  • RoChess
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    Do they fire on exactly xx:00 and xx:30 now?

    Create a test event at an odd number of minutes, and verifying if it fires off at xx:00 and xx:30 would give you a good indication, but a reboot test and looking at the time the existing events start is a sure fire way of knowing. Having a high uptime is a nice stats, but the verification that your environment survives a restart with all your plugins and events initializing correctly is a nice peace of mind.

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  • BobSpen
    started a topic When Does "clock" Start for Recurring Event

    When Does "clock" Start for Recurring Event

    I have an Recurring Event that runs every 30 minutes. My question is, on a reboot of HS3 when does that event FIRST fire---30 minutes after reboot?
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