I understand that hardware interrupts are time stamped and queued in memory until a C# thread can be scheduled to process the interrupt. Is there anyway to know how many interrupts are queued up? I am running on a ChipworkX module so it would take awhile before the memory ran out.
I sort of found a way. Its not perfect but for development purposes it tells me if I am able to keep up with the interrupts.
Debug.EnableGCMessages(false); //Turns off Garbage collection debug messages
AvailMemory = Debug.GC(False): //Returns the available memory. AvailMemory decreases as the queued interrupts accumulate.