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how do I save the record ping "in every single hour" for a certain period, for example for 2 weeks, with the format dd / mm / ss, dd / MM / YYYY and beside it is the result of the ping.

So we can monitor our internet connection performance in every hour. Especially in Windows 7

Example of format:

30/10/2014 10:55:20 Reply from 103.11.30.57: bytes = 32 time = 3ms TTL = 58 
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I'd probably be lazy and just make a very basic BAT file:

:Ping
ping {whatever it is you are pinging} >>ping.log
sleep 3600
goto :Ping

Of course, not everybody has the sleep command, but it's part of Cygwin, and there are probably other ways to "wait an hour".

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  • You can use TIMEOUT delay [/nobreak] in a batch file ;) See ss64.com/nt/timeout.html
    – DavidPostill
    Aug 27, 2015 at 12:35
  • Hmm, I just did "which sleep" and found out my sleep is an .EXE i put in my \UTIL\ folder from GNU ShellUtils 1.9.4 -- I bet that was the late 1990s. Definitely before Cygwin. This is a problem I have a lot - I solve something before the common solution comes along, so later, after the common solution becomes, well... Common... My solution is now strange :)
    – ClioCJS
    Aug 28, 2015 at 17:01

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