Using Delay, Sleep, Pause in provisions scripts

Good day, is it possible to add a pause of a few seconds in the provisions script? I’ve tried using setTimeout and Sleep, but it didn’t work.

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Not directly in a provision script. You could have your provision script execute an extension script and do your sleep in there. But I have to ask, why do you need to do a sleep? Having to add a sleep is a bad design practice.

The script is triggered when eventcode 0 BOOTSTRAP is received and using the SET method changes the Wi-Fi parameters, but periodically SET changes the values ​​before the Wi-FI driver is loaded and the settings are not applied.
So I wanted to add sleep for 10 seconds before declare so that the Wi-FI driver can load.
Well, I’ll deal with the extension script, thanks.

A better solution would be to sync the customers wifi settings every boot. Since I switched to doing this a few years ago, all my issues with regards to wifi “not working” went away.

Here is my provisioning flow:
Bootstrap
Provision
Reboot
Sync wifi/lan settings.

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