Folks, I nearly posted the other day and didn't because I nearly shot myself in the foot with the question I was about to ask.
This is (maybe) a better worded version.
Though I am not 100% sure there seems to be something happening at 05:00 (within a minute) daily.
This problem was not quite at the level of needing to be fixed but was annoying.
I would get a report that at 05:00 (local) the WAP would go down then come back.
ITMT, I had other problems and was working on them.
Progress on those was made and this problem seemed to stop. (Weird)
So going further down the track of the other problem I got things fixed. Not sure about that, but....
So last night was the first time all the other problem's problems should have been fixed.
I got up and the problem (the one on which I was working later on) did seem to now be working.
But it was indicating the first (bigger) problem of the WAP going down.
I looked at the logs (mine, not system) and though the WAP hadn't gone down, there were reports shown at 05:00 (within a couple of minutes) a problem had happened.
(Edit) Sorry, it supposedly did.)
SOMEWHERE I know (or am very suspicious) I have a
delay node that delays a message by
How can I find this node easily?
5 is just painful. As is searching for
If I was 5 hours 25 minutes it would be a lot easier - as I discovered yesterday.
As the node doesn't support that in that way, I have to make it .... 325 minutes.
325 is a bit easier to find than
Any tricks I can use to find this delay node?