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insert_raw2 - Insertion of timed-out data into one minute files
Insert_raw2 is the high-speed (low-load) version of insert_raw(1W) and is a shell script.
Insert_raw2 reads data files that timed out to order(1W) generated by wdiskts(1W) and inserts them into proper lines in one minute files (continuous files) written by wdisk(1W).
has a part which goes as follows:
# This file is insert_raw's parameter file
/dat/raw # raw data dir
/dat/raw_timeouts # time-out data dir
/dat/tmp # temporary dir
3 # wait min. from raw LATEST
━━━━━TO HERE━━━━━━ ^^^
The line starting with # is a comment. The number in the fourth line is a value that means that timeout data will be immediately inserted into up to the file three minutes older than raw LATEST.
Insert_raw2 uses wdisk(1W) and wadd2(1W) internally.
Insert_raw2 uses the 'date -j' command internally, but this seems to work only with FreeBSD4.X and later.
When insert_raw2 is initiated without any argument, brief usage is displayed.
insert_raw(1W), wdisk(1W), wadd2(1W)
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Time: 00:19:43 GMT, September 20, 2017