My problem is related to the behaviour of sleep function. If, during the execution of sleep function, I change the system clock of my PC, sleep function will not recover from sleeping when it should. Example: My controller: def index logger.info "Start sleeping at:"+Time.now.to_s sleep 5 logger.info "Sleeping finished at:"+Time.now.to_s end Everythink works well if I don't change the system time during the execution of sleep function. However, if during the execution of sleep function I shift the system time, let's say 1 minute back, I'll need to wait 1 minute and 5 seconds until the sleep function finishes. I'd need to force sleep function to sleep always 5 seconds, even if the system time changes during the call of the sleep function. If I try somethink similar in pure ruby (no rails), everythink works as expected, I can change system time without any consequences to the behaviour of sleep function. I am using Rails 1.2.1 under WinXP. Thanks for your help.
on 2007-02-12 20:46
on 2007-02-12 21:10
Jan wrote: > My problem is related to the behaviour of sleep function. If, during > the execution of sleep function, I change the system clock of my PC, > sleep function will not recover from sleeping when it should. While odd, why is this really a problem? You shouldnt be manually changing the system clock very often.
on 2007-02-12 22:00
The server application will be running on customer's PC and the sleep function is used in a background thread. In these conditions, the manual change of system clock may happen and I would'nt like if this freezed the background thread.
on 2007-11-06 15:46
Bump...I am also experiencing this problem with Fedora Core 6 & 7 http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/123178#new http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/130593#new