Ns schedule weekly

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


ns_schedule_weekly - Schedule a script to run on a certain day of the week at a certain time


ns_schedule_weekly ?-once? ?-thread? day hour minute script


This command schedules a script to be run on a certain day of the week at a certain hour and minute of that day. Returns the ID of the newly scheduled script. The week starts on Sunday as day zero and runs to Saturday as day six. If -once is specified, then the script is run once and then unscheduled, otherwise it will continue to run every week on that 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: day, hour and minute are specified in local time. Beware of Daylight Savings Time shifts affecting the time of day when the script will execute.


   % set id [[ns_schedule_weekly -once 2 5 35 { ns_log notice "It is now Tuesday at 5:35 AM." }]]
   % ns_unschedule_proc $id


ns_after, ns_info scheduled, ns_pause, ns_resume, ns_schedule_proc, ns_schedule_daily, ns_unschedule_proc