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spread - Multicast Group Communication Daemon
spread [-l y/n] [-n proc_name] [-c config_file]
spread runs the Spread daemon on the local machine using the
default configuration file spread.conf unless told
Turn on or off logging. Default is off.
Force this daemon to be identified by a specific process name.
Use an alternate configuration file
config-file instead of
The default config file location.
The daemon will output some startup information to stdout
and any severe errors will also be output to stdout. Redirecting
standard out to a file or using the EventLogFile directive in the spread.conf
file is recommended if you are interested in log messages.
None currently known. The libspread library is thread-safe. However,
the libspread-core.a library is not thread-safe. The libtspread-core.a
library is the version to use if you need a thread-safe version of the core.
The non-thread-safe library is
provided for those who are writing single-threaded applications and do not
want to pay the minimal performance penalty for locking.
Yair Amir <email@example.com>
Jonathan Stanton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|Spread ||SPREAD (1) ||December 2001 |
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