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Manual Reference Pages  -  FAXWATCH (8)

NAME

faxwatch - monitor low-level HylaFAX server actions

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Events

SYNOPSIS

/usr/local/sbin/faxwatch [ -g ] [ -l ] [ -h host ] trigger-expression

DESCRIPTION

faxwatch registers interest in one or more events on a HylaFAX server and then prints subsequent event messages to the standard output. The faxwatch program is intended mainly for testing the event distribution mechanism used by the HylaFAX servers.

The trigger-expression is supplied as an argument to a ‘‘SITE TRIGGER’’ command passed to the hfaxd(8C) The syntax for this expression is:
[<class>[’<’id’>’][<mask>|’*’]]*
where <class> defines a class of events and is one of:
J for job-related events,
S for fax send-related events,
R for fax receive-related events, and
M for modem-related events.
A <mask> is a 4-hex-digit mask of trigger events (see the table below). If ‘‘*’’ is specified then all events in the class are matched.

An <id> can be used to restrict matches to a specific job or modem. Eventually this will need to be generalized for job groups.

Thus an example specification that would catch any event for the modem on ttyf2 would be ‘‘M<ttyf2>*’’, and to be notified when job 1932 is requeued or completes one would use ‘‘J<1932>4c60’’.

The output from faxwatch is ASCII text that describes each event. faxwatch runs until it is interrupted.

OPTIONS

-g Display times and dates in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). NB: this is the default.
-h host Report the status of the server on a specific host. The host may be either a symbolic name or a network address. If no -h option is supplied, faxwatch uses the FAXSERVER environment variable to identify the HylaFAX server to contact. If this variable is not set, then faxwatch checks for a setting in the configuration files (first in the per-user file and then in the system-wide file). If all of the above fails, then faxwatch attempts to contact a server on the machine where it is run.
-l Display times and dates in the local timezone of the server.
-v Trace the protocol exchanges between faxwatch and the hfaxd processes on the standard output.

EVENTS

The following table specifies the current set of events that may be monitored. This information is subject to change; consult the source code for reference.


Event              Class Mask     Description
JOB_CREATE         J     0x0001   job created
JOB_SUSPEND        J     0x0002   job suspended
JOB_READY          J     0x0004   job ready to send
JOB_SLEEP          J     0x0008   job sleeping awaiting time-to-send
JOB_DEAD           J     0x0010   job marked dead
JOB_PROCESS        J     0x0020   job processed by scheduler
JOB_REAP           J     0x0040   job corpus reaped
JOB_ACTIVE         J     0x0080   job activated
JOB_REJECT         J     0x0100   job rejected
JOB_KILL           J     0x0200   job killed
JOB_BLOCKED        J     0x0400   job blocked by other job
JOB_DELAYED        J     0x0800   job delayed by tod restriction or similar
JOB_ALTERED\(S1    J     0x1000   job parameters altered
JOB_TIMEDOUT       J     0x2000   job kill timer expired
JOB_PREP_BEGIN     J     0x4000   job preparation started
JOB_PREP_END       J     0x8000   job preparation finished

SEND_BEGIN         S     0x0001   fax, send attempt started SEND_CALL          S     0x0002   fax, call placed SEND_CONNECTED     S     0x0004   fax, call answered by fax SEND_PAGE          S     0x0008   fax, page transmit done SEND_DOC           S     0x0010   fax, document transmit done SEND_POLLRCVD      S     0x0020   fax, document retrieved by poll operation SEND_POLLDONE      S     0x0040   fax, poll operation completed SEND_END           S     0x0080   fax, send attempt finished SEND_REFORMAT      S     0x0100   fax, job being reformatted SEND_REQUEUE       S     0x0200   fax, job requeued SEND_DONE          S     0x0400   fax, send job done

RECV_BEGIN         R     0x0001   fax, inbound call started RECV_START         R     0x0002   fax, session started RECV_PAGE          R     0x0004   fax, page receive done RECV_DOC           R     0x0008   fax, document receive done RECV_END           R     0x0010   fax, inbound call finished

MODEM_ASSIGN       M     0x0001   modem assigned to job MODEM_RELEASE      M     0x0002   modem released by job MODEM_DOWN         M     0x0004   modem marked down MODEM_READY        M     0x0008   modem marked ready MODEM_BUSY         M     0x0010   modem marked busy MODEM_WEDGED       M     0x0020   modem considered wedged MODEM_INUSE        M     0x0040   modem in use for outbound work MODEM_DATA_BEGIN   M     0x0080   inbound data call begun MODEM_DATA_END     M     0x0100   inbound data call finished MODEM_VOICE_BEGIN  M     0x0200   inbound voice call begun MODEM_VOICE_END    M     0x0400   inbound voice call finished MODEM_CID          M     0x0800   inbound caller-ID information

\(S1 Event to be removed soon.

SEE ALSO

hylafax-server(5F), hfaxd(8C).
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