I'm working with a driver (Evertz MVIP II) whose 12H timer is taking a long time to execute. We're getting some slprotocol.exe RTEs after every timer iteration, likely because these groups take a very long time to poll.
Here's a screenshot of the RTEs:
The 12H timer has 7 SNMP groups, and here's an estimated time for each group to execute:
My question: Are these RTEs avoidable? So far the only thing my squad and I came up with was splitting the tables via subtable for half the keys, but that could get very messy with sets/qactions that are run after the tables. I've tried just about every snmp polling method, and it won't fix the long poll times.
Followup question: What impact would regular RTEs (every 12H) have on the element? What impact would they have on the DMA as a whole?