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TimeSortedSched -- Click element; merge sorted packet streams by timestamp
TimeSortedSched(keywords STOP, BUFFER)
Ports: one output, zero or more inputs
Package: analysis (core)
TimeSortedSched responds to pull requests by returning the chronologically
next packet pulled from its inputs, determined by packet timestamps.
TimeSortedSched expects its input packet streams to arrive sorted by
timestamp. If the
well_ordered handler returns "false", then one or more
packet streams did not arrive correctly sorted by timestamp, so
TimeSortedSched emitted some packets out of order. (But see BUFFER, below.)
TimeSortedSched listens for notification from its inputs to avoid useless
pulls, and provides notification for its output.
Keyword arguments are:
TimeSortedSched is a notifier signal, active iff any of the upstream notifiers are active.
This example merges multiple tcpdump(1) files into a single, time-sorted stream, and stops the driver when all the files are exhausted.
tss :: TimeSortedSched(STOP true); FromDump(FILE1) ->  tss; FromDump(FILE2) ->  tss; FromDump(FILE3) ->  tss; // ... tss -> ...;
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