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Manual Reference Pages  -  PAEXEC_REORDER (1)

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NAME

paexec_reorder - reorder sliced output of "paexec -l"

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

paexec_reorder [OPTIONS] [files...]

DESCRIPTION

paexec with -l option produces a sliced output where results of different tasks are intermixed. The intent of paexec_reorder is to produce ordered output where results for all tasks follow each other without intermixing. It is strongly recomended to send output of "paexec -le or paexec -gle" to the input of paexec_reorder. Otherwise more memory or disk space for temporary files will be required.

OPTIONS

-h Display help information.
-M method If method is m, result is reordered in memory, this is the default. If it is f, temporary files are used for reordering. If s, sort(1) command is used.
-l Prepand output lines with the task number.
-g By default output of "paexec -le" is expected on input. With -g option, output of "paexec -gle" is expected. In this case paexec_reorder will react on fatal paexec’s keyword.
-x If applied, output of "paexec -le [-g] -x" is expected on input. This option has higher priority than PAEXEC_EOT environment variable. Actually -x and -y are synonyms.
-y If applied, output of "paexec -le [-g] -y" is expected on input. This option has higher priority than PAEXEC_EOT environment variable.
-S Remove leading space character.
-m s=success
-m f=failure
-m F=fatal
-m t=eot Set alternative string for ’success’, ’failure’, ’fatal’ and ’’ (end of task).

EXAMPLES



 paexec -t /usr/bin/ssh -x -n host1 host2 host3 \
        -l -c ~/bin/complex_task | paexec_reorder

 paexec -gEI -lr -n host1 host2 host3 \
   -c command -t /usr/bin/rsh < tasks.txt | paexec_reorder -lgS -Mf

 For other examples, see examples/ directory



ENVIRONMENT

TMPDIR tempnam(3) is used for creating temporary directory. See the appropriate man page.
PAEXEC_EOT The same as in paexec.

BUGS/FEEDBACK

Please send any comments, questions, bug reports etc. to me by e-mail or (even better) register them at sourceforge project home. Feature requests are also welcomed.

HOME

<http://sourceforge.net/projects/paexec>

SEE ALSO paexec(1) tempnam(3)

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