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FRITZ!OS contains an event management system, used to trigger functions in processes. The listening receiver is called an event sink, the sender which fires up events is called an event source. The sink registers the functions (trigger event ids) it wants to be notified about, and gets filtered notifications from the event manager. Multiple sinks can register for the same function, and all get notified about it once the registered event occurs.

Event-Sinks[edit]

Daily updated index of all event sinks found scanning Supportdata-Probes. Last update: 2019-06-20 03:59 GMT.
The label (evsink) in the Event-Sink column shows there are other objects in this wiki using this name.
The Mod column shows the amount of models using the respective event sink. Click the column header to sort by this number.
Note that the list of event sinks is pretty new in supportdata, so the amount of models covered is pretty small.
The Inst column shows the amount of instances of the respective event sink, summed up for both Linuxes on 64xx/65xx models.

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