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Manual Reference Pages  -  HSDUMP (1)

NAME

hsdump - Dumps the handlespace of a RSerPool Registrar.

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Arguments
Environment
Diagnostics
See Also

SYNOPSIS

hsdump [-address:port] [-cspserver=address:port] [-cspinterval=milliseconds] [-logappend=filename] [-logcolor=on|off] [-logfile=filename] [-loglevel=0-9]

DESCRIPTION

hsdump dumps the handlespace of a Reliable Server Pooling (RSerPool) Registrar (PR). For this purpose, it claims to be a peer registrar and requests the handlespace via ENRP. Handle with care!

ARGUMENTS

The following options are available:
address:port
  The ENRP address and port of the target registrar.
Component Status Protocol (CSP) Parameters:
 
-cspinterval=milliseconds
  Sets the interval for the CSP status updates in milliseconds. By default, the content of the environment variable CSP_INTERVAL is used. If not defined, no CSP status reports will be sent.
-cspserver=address:port
  Sets the address of a CSP monitor server. By default, the content of the environment variable CSP_SERVER is used. If not defined, no CSP status reports will be sent.
Logging Parameters:
 
-logappend=filename
  Write logging output to a file (default is stdout); output will be appended to given file.
-logcolor=on|off
  Turns ANSI colorization of the logging output on or off.
-logfile=filename
  Write logging output to a file (default is stdout); given file will be overwritten.
-loglevel=0-9
  Sets the logging verbosity from 0 (none) to 9 (very verbose). It is recommended to use at least a value of 2 to see possibly important error messages and warnings.

ENVIRONMENT

hsdump uses the environment variables CSP_SERVER and CSP_INTERVAL to define a CSP server to send reports to in the specified interval.

DIAGNOSTICS

If loglevel>0, log messages will be printed to stdout or into a specified log file.

SEE ALSO

For a detailed introduction to RSerPool, see:
http://duepublico.uni-duisburg-essen.de/servlets/DerivateServlet/Derivate-16326/Dre2006-final.pdf

Thomas Dreibholz’s RSerPool Page:
http://www.iem.uni-due.de/~dreibh/rserpool/

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