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Manual Reference Pages  -  SPMONITOR (1)

NAME

spmonitor - Spread Monitoring and Adminstration client

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Files
Bugs
Author

SYNOPSIS

spmonitor [-n proc_name] [-c config_file] [-t status_timeout] [-p port]

DESCRIPTION

spmonitor Provides a general monitoring and administrative tool for the Spread system. The spmonitor program can send queries and commands to Spread daemons to either gather debugging or performance statistics, or to shut down specific daemons or change flow control parameters of the system to tune performance.

Some details about the effective use of the spmonitor program are contained in the Users Guide which is available from the Spread web site www.spread.org.

OPTIONS

-t status_timeout The seconds between every status report. The default is 10.
-p port The port number, to which the spmonitor program should connect in order to reach a Spread daemon.
-n proc_name Force this daemon to be identified by a specific process name.
-c config-file Use an alternate configuration file config-file instead of /etc/spread.conf.

FILES

/etc/spread.conf
The default config file location.

BUGS

The spmonitor works by sending UDP packets to the Spread daemon, so if network losses occur, commands or status reports can be lost. It can also lose reports when monitoring a large number of daemons.

AUTHOR

Yair Amir <yairamir@cnds.jhu.edu>

Jonathan Stanton <jonathan@cnds.jhu.edu>

Spuser is Copyright 1998-2006 Spread Concepts, LLC.

SEE ALSO

libspread(3) spread(1)
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Spread SPMONITOR (1) DECEMBER 2001

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