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Date Fri, 22 Aug 2003 16:30:53 GMT
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>  --------------------Original Message--------------------
>  From: "Chuck" [mailto:tomcat@echeeba.com]
>  Sent: Fri, 22 Aug 2003 07:29:13 -0700
>  To: Tomcat Users List [tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org]
>  Subject: Polling/Timing Help: Kinda Offtopic
>  
>  
>  Our project is based on Tomcat but we have a standalone server component 
>  that I need some help with. Sorry if off-topic, have not had much luck 
>  elsewhere.
>  
>  Anyway, I will have a standalone java server (which some tomcat webapps 
>  will be talking to). What I need to do is some advanced scheduling based 
>  on time. I basically need some mechanism based on time where I can run 
>  tasks on a schedules basis. UNIX cron is a vague example, but what I 
>  need must be more accurate and reliable. (ie, UNIX cron, if you have 10 
>  jobs schedules to start at 12:01pm, there is no gurantee as to what 
>  second they will actually spawn)
>  
>  For example, I have an SNMP agent that will wake up every 15 seconds, do 
>  it's thing, and then sleep for another 15 seconds. There will also be 
>  many other agents all will different polling periods that are user 
>  customizable.
>  
>  I would like to work in units of milliseconds. Can anyone point me to 
>  some resources/websites/example code that can assist me in this 
>  endeavor? I am relateively new to Java but have a lot of C/C++ in my 
>  background. I am now a Systems Engineer and am designing a network 
>  monitoring package. (if you are familiar with opennms, www.opennms.org, 
>  then you will know what I mean)
>  
>  Thanks for any help,
>  CC
>  
>  
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