Analysis Service

Analysis Service

Every time the Analysis runs one script, its runtime duration is counted against the limit in that specific Profile (increment of 1 second). This limit defines the total available runtime your Analyses can have to run inside TagoIO.

For example: if you have one Analysis that runs every day for 2 minutes and another that runs on only one day of the month for 5 minutes, you would need to have 2 * 30 + 5 = 65 minutes/mo to run your Analysis, but it would be safer to add some extra time to account for time variation or maybe your script starts getting slower as it parses more data.

Only scripts that are configured to run on TagoIO are counted. Scripts that run from 'External' don't count.

If this limit is exceeded, no scripts in that Profile will be executed for the rest of the month.

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