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[Solved] MySQL - Round CURRENT_TIMESTAMP to nearest minutes

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For the Arduino Temperature logged, I was looking for an answer to get temperatures nicely logged by the exact minute.
Now we can't do much on the Arduino side, but we might have been able to do something on the MySQL side of this project.

select CURRENT_TIMESTAMP, FROM_UNIXTIME(ROUND(UNIX_TIMESTAMP(CURRENT_TIMESTAMP)/(60))*(60));

Now to put that in a project like that, we might need to introduce triggers, a working example:

CREATE TABLE `roundingtest` (
  `value` int(11) NOT NULL,
  `datetimeNormal` timestamp NOT NULL DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP,
  `datetimeRounded` timestamp
);
CREATE TRIGGER `roundingtest_before_ins_tr` BEFORE INSERT ON `roundingtest`
  FOR EACH ROW
BEGIN
  SET new.datetimeRounded = FROM_UNIXTIME(ROUND(UNIX_TIMESTAMP(new.datetimeNormal)/(60))*(60));
END;
CREATE TRIGGER `roundingtest_before_upd_tr` BEFORE UPDATE ON `roundingtest`
  FOR EACH ROW
BEGIN
  SET new.datetimeRounded = FROM_UNIXTIME(ROUND(UNIX_TIMESTAMP(new.datetimeNormal)/(60))*(60));
END;

Whenever a record is being added or updated, the time will DatetimeNormal will be set to "Now", and the update or insert trigger will round that timstamp to the nearest minute.


   
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