Ns schedule daily

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Man page: http://aolserver.com/docs/tcl/ns_schedule_daily.html


ns_schedule_daily - Schedule a script to run daily at a certain time


ns_schedule_daily ?-once? ?-thread? hour minute script


This command schedules a script to be run at a certain hour and minute of the day. Returns the ID of the newly scheduled script. If -once is specified, then the script is run once and then unscheduled, otherwise it will continue to run every day at that time. If -thread is specified, then the script will be run in its own thread, otherwise it will run in the scheduler's thread. If the script is long-running, this may interfere with the running of other scheduled scripts, so long-running scripts should be run in their own threads.
NOTE: hour and minute are specified in local time. Beware of Daylight Saving Time shifts affecting the time of day when the script will execute.


   % set id [[ns_schedule_daily -once 5 35 { ns_log notice "It is now 5:35 AM." }]]
   % ns_unschedule_proc $id


ns_after, ns_info scheduled, ns_pause, ns_schedule_proc, ns_schedule_weekly, ns_unschedule_proc