There are several reasons you might want to start a particular NXLog module with a delay. You can think of it like delaying the start of a Windows service. In most cases, you need to do this for performance reasons. But there might be other scenarios where you would want to do this, such as collecting logs during a specific time frame. If you have, for example, a less critical module block, you can prioritize the more important one by delaying the less important one.
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Clarifying EPS EPS stands for Events Per Second and is considered a standard for measuring the speed of event processing. More precisely, it tells how many events can flow through a particular system in a second. In our case, the number relates to how many events NXLog receives, handles, and outputs in one second.
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