- System usage: #define SET_WAKE_TIMER 2037
(no user memory format)
- Introduced in: 12.1m1/8.5m1
- Processed by: kernel scheduler (_whip)
Description: Creates a timer event as described in the parameters. When the timer triggers, 2038 WAKE_TIMER will be sent with the <event name> as its string parameter. If more than <expiry> seconds have passed since the event was supposed to be triggered, it will be silently dropped instead. A value of 0 disables this. <time> can be either an integer (number of seconds between now and when the event should occur) or a timestamp: <hours>:<minutes> in SLT. If <permanent> is 1, the job will not be deleted after it triggers; if it is -1, the job will be removed immediately.
The string parameter is as follows (fields separated by \n):
The key parameter will be returned.