best way to get a 1-second timer-tick?
mdounin at mdounin.ru
Sat Apr 23 13:04:02 MSD 2011
On Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 09:09:15PM +0300, Arnaud GRANAL wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 9:02 PM, Neil Mckee <neil.mckee.ca at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> Hi Neil,
> > I have written a module to implement sFlow in nginx (nginx-sflow-module.googlecode.com). I'm simulating a 1-second timer-tick by assuming that the request handler will be called at least once per second. That's probably a safe assumption for any server that would care about sFlow monitoring, but I expect there's a better way...
> > I tried asking for a timer callback like this:
> > ngx_event_t *ev = ngx_pcalloc(pool, sizeof(ngx_event_t));
> > ev->hander = ngx_http_sflow_tick_event_hander;
> > ngx_add_timer(ev, 1000);
> > but (like most russian girls) the event never called me back. It looks like I might have to hang this on a file-descriptor somehow, but that's where I'm getting lost. Any pointers would be most appreciated.
> The main thing is that you should use ngx_add_event() here instead of
> callocing the event struct directly and be careful of what you do with
No, you are wrong.
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