Does the smallest task interval time need to be larger than the longest execution time?
We are experiencing task interuption warnings on all of our controllers.
I would asume that we need to set the smallest interval time (the Fast Task on our system) to be large enough to allow the longest excecution time (the Normal Task in most case) to run.
As an example on one of our controllers the Normal Task has a maximum execution time of 181ms and our Fast interval time is set to 100ms. With this setup we will always encounter interuption errors.
In this instance I assume we should set the Fast interval time to 200ms which would allow both the Normal (181ms) and Fast (10ms) tasks to run in the one interval.
Are there recommended min/max settings for the Fast task so that the accuracy of the totalizers is not degraded.
Insert the URL that your highlighted text will link to.
Copy the video's "embed" tag into Embedded Video below.