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Hello everyone, I've setup a datasource that retrieves data from a logfile.txt every 10 minutes (located on the collector itself) . That logfile is populated by another script (from a proprietary language) that runs on the collector VM level (it dumps his different variables within the logfile.txt). The datasource will then retrieve the content of the textfile (using a simple powershell script) & act according to the different datapoints that I've setup - until this point I've no issues (everything working smoothly) My problem starts on the datasource polling/run cycles. The script running at the collector VM runs every 10 minutes (00:00, 00:10, 00:20, etc...) & it takes a maximum of 5 minutes to run. What I would like to accomplish is having the datasource in question running right after that maximum run time (.e.g - 00:06, 00:16, etc... ). I noticed that the polling cycle(s) change sometimes (arbitrarily) & I cannot force those to run (when I want). Is there any way that I can accomplish this? Thanks guys!! Regards,
We use JDBC to run queries against SQL Server and MySQL databases. Some of the queries we'd like to run are resource intensive and cannot be run during business hours. We'd like to be able to set a custom collection time for these datasources. On demand collection would be helpful as well.