i_am_rufus
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Server plot update frequency

Fri Aug 01, 2008 3:04 pm

Is it possible to change how often GPSGate Server logs a new plot? Currently it seems to be about every 20-30 seconds. I'm able to send information from GPSGate client every 5 seconds, however the server doesn't log the points at this interval.

This question is specifically aimed at the new Beta version of GPSGate server, however I must have made this change in the past with the current production release of GPSGate server as I have it updating new plots every 10 seconds.

Any information regarding this would be greatly appreciated.

Regards, Justin.

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RE: Server plot update frequency

Fri Aug 01, 2008 3:12 pm

in the table Track_recorder you can manage this also in the older version.
userbased.




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RE: Server plot update frequency

Mon Aug 04, 2008 2:34 pm

GpsGate Server 2.0 has more features to control this. We are working on the complete documentation. You have features to set default values for update frequency on user, group, application and site level. You can also set the allowed limits.

Until then do as "altf4" suggests, update the track_recorder table. This works in GpsGate Server 2.0 as we'll.

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RE: Server plot update frequency

Tue Aug 05, 2008 10:43 am

`owner_id` = user_id in user tables (users and gate_user)
`track_info_id` = last track id

`time_filter` = time based update filter (secounds)
`distance_filter` = distance based update filter (meters)
`direction_filter` = direction based update filter (degrees)
`direction_threshold` default '10' = driven distance for direction filter (leave it at 10)
`speed_filter` = speed based update filter (meter/secound)

`restart_time` = time in secounds without update .. until new track is created
`restart_distance` = same as above .. but in meters
`restart_interval` = maximum track time (force of restart) should be 86400
`restart_interval_offset` = timezone offset (to match your 24 hours cycle



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