Manual Reference Pages - RXQUE (1)
rxque - data queue server
rxque is a daemon which serves a data queue, normally used by
which starts it automatically, although it can be started manually.
It runs in the background and accepts requests from
or from Rexx programs until terminated with signal 15.
The server communicates with clients via a Unix-domain socket.
filename parameter is given,
rxque uses this as the name of the socket and prints the
process id of the server to its standard output. This should
be saved and used to terminate the server with signal 15 when
it is no longer required. If no
filename parameter is supplied,
rxque generates a filename of its own and outputs both the filename
and the process id to its standard output in the form of settings
for the environment variables RXSTACK and RXSTACKPROC, respectively.
The default format is two NAME=value pairs,
suitable for interpretation by a Bourne shell. If the
-csh flag is supplied then the format will be two setenv commands
suitable for interpretation by a C-shell. Writing a command
eval rxque -csh
will thus set the environment variables.
The variable RXSTACK containing the socket file name
must be exported to the environment in order for clients to
be able to use the stack.
Use the setenv format of output.
filename as the name of the socket and just output the process id of the
The name of the socket used for communication with the server.
The process id of the server.
The REXX/imc documentation.
Ian Collier <email@example.com>
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