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Logging data to text file.
How do I log data to a live file as it is being collected?
Both MultiPing and PingPlotter can use the alert system to log live data (as it is being collected) to a text file.
This technique requires setting up an alert with an event to "Log to file", setting the parameters on the alert to always fire, and then associating the alert to the targets you want to log.
Create the alert:
Associate the alert to a target:
A newly created alert will not automatically monitor any targets, you need to configure which targets you want it to monitor.
OK, all your data should now be logged to file! If you want more information about configuring alerts, visit our tutorial and look at the alerts section, or check out the alert troubleshooting section.
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