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  1. #21
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Sorry to insist on this point, but I'm still not sure that there is no misunderstanding (maybe because of my foreign english).
    If you log your events at the entrance of your "PushData" function
    and provide each log line with a timestamp with a precision up to the milliseconds,
    can you see a pattern like this
    08:19:42,500 <event for 8:19:42>
    08:19:43,500 <event for 8:19:43>
    08:19:45,500 <event for 8:19:45>
    or like this
    08:19:42,850 <event for 8:19:42>
    08:19:43,950 <event for 8:19:43>
    08:19:45,050 <event for 8:19:45>
    ? Note that in both cases, the event for 8:19:44 is missing, but in the latter case it is just because of an event generation rate which is slightly less than one event per second.

  2. #22
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2007
    des plaines
    Just wanna tell you that you were right, it was my mistake: My testing data generator is not in fact sending data every second. Unless something else, my solution is ready to go. Thank you so much for all the help and support all of you have been providing.



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