Korwiin

Restart Timer - Static times?

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Hello gentleman, 

Does anyone know if this can be set to static server times?   I use a linux  server with cron jobs to restart arma3 every 6 hours at the 12's and 6s.   This works good with a RESTART_TIME_IN_M=360  except for when I manually restart arma3 in between those cron jobs, then the next scheduled reboot will be unannounced. 

Thanks for the help and the great software.

Korwiin

 

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/* shows RESTART IN X MINS */
USE_RESTART_TIMER = true;            /* show time left to next restart */
RESTART_TIME_IN_M = 360;            /* restart time in minutes (default: 180min == 3 hours) */
SHOW_TIMER_IN_MIN[] = {1,3,5,10,15};    /* minutes before restart, when message is shown */
USE_RESTART_TIMER_SHUTDOWN = false;    /* #shutdown the server after RESTART_TIME_IN_M minutes */
USE_THIS_TIME_FUNCTION = "time";    /* I recommend using "time" or "serverTime" just try what's best for you! */

 

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Hey

so you restart your server at 6, 12, 18, 24/00  ?

The 360min are taken from server runtime; that's the problem :)

 

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Thank you Chris!   V.0063 adds fixed server time reboot warnings AND a warning SOUND for restarts... 
Not to mention admins can revive players.  

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hu? where did you quote that from? It says 03.10.2016 but I just released that 2 days ago D:

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10 minutes ago, infiSTAR said:

hu? where did you quote that from? It says 03.10.2016 but I just released that 2 days ago D:

Clicking the link on the quote doesn't even go to a post with the same content. lol

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13 minutes ago, kuplion said:

Clicking the link on the quote doesn't even go to a post with the same content. lol

yeah^^ I think he wanted to highlight him or something

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Sorry about that.  That was not intentional.  I am not used to using these forums.   Those are my words, not Eichis!

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