Add a catalog to the system. Information taken from the input file
(or standard input). Implies reconfig=catalog. Example:
The information is in the form of a standard Interchange catalog line, and must be in the single-line format.
Run a jobs group which is a series of files in a directory with
the name corresponding to the job. For instance, if you
set up a directory called weekly in your pages directory
for the catalog foundation, you can run those files with:
Files ending in .html (or whatever HTMLsuffix is for that catalog) are skipped. It is not tree-recursive directories are ignored.
Results can be emailed to an address if you specify --email=address, and they will be put in the jobs log file.
This will NOT work:
|-d dir, --dir=dir||Directory for VendRoot. This is where the Interchange configuration file will be looked for (if not redefined with -f), and where the log file will go (if not redefined with the ErrorFile directive).|
|-e name, --exclude=name||Exclude catalog from this startup.|
|-email=address||Email address to email jobs results to.|
|-f file, --config=file||Configuration file to use (default is interchange.cfg in VendRoot).|
|-h, --help||Display help on command line options.|
|-i, --inetmode||Run with internet-domain socket only. Normally Interchange runs with both UNIX- and internet-domain sockets (except on Windows).|
Sets the job for --runjobs if that is not included in the --runjobs
call. MUST precede the --runjobs entry on the command line.
See --runjobs for an explanation of what this does.
|--kill [signal]||By default, kills the server ungracefully with signal KILL (9, usually). The optional signal will be sent instead if supplied.|
|-q, --quiet||Suppress informational messages on startup. Only errors are shown.|
|--reconfig=name||Cause only catalog name to re-read its configuration.|
|--remove=catalog||Remove a catalog from operation; any future requests will get a not-found message.|
|-r, --restart||Stop and restart the server. This may take a long time if many catalogs are in use, and will temporarily take the system offline. If you want to change a UserTag, use the --add option instead.|
|--serve||This is the default if no mode options (--reconfig, --kill, --restart, etc.) are supplied.|
|--stop||Stop server gracefully with a TERM signal.|
|-t, --test||Report problems with config files; causes a complete configuration of the Interchange server but no server start.|
|-u, --unix||Run with unix-domain socket only. Normally Interchange runs with both UNIX- and internet-domain sockets. This will not work on Windows.|
|-v, --version||Display program version.|
|--DEBUG=1||Set to true value to run foreground in debug mode. It is normal to receive warnings about various things if you run with perl -w.|
Set a Interchange global directive upon start (or --restart). Example:
This will start the server and override the default of SocketPerms or the value set in interchange.cfg for this instance only. Any --restarts must re-specify the directive if it is still to have that value.
Set a Interchange directive for catalog name upon start (or --restart). Example:
compile_link(1), config_prog(1), configdump(1), dump(1), expire(1), expireall(1), localize(1), makecat(1), offline(1), restart(1), update(1), http://www.icdevgroup.org/
Interchange comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute and modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
Copyright (C) 2002-2010 Interchange Development Group Copyright (C) 1995-2002 Red Hat, Inc. All rights reserved except those granted in the license.
Mike Heins is the primary author of Interchange.
The Interchange Development Group is:
Dan Browning David Kelly Davor Ocelic Ethan Rowe Gert van der Spoel Greg Hanson Jon Jensen Jonathan Clark Kevin Walsh Mark Johnson Mike Heins Paul Vinciguerra Peter Ajamian Stefan Hornburg (aka Racke), captain Randy Moore Ron Phipps Ton Verhagen
Please do not contact the authors directly for help with the system. Use the Interchange mail list:
Information on subscribing to the list, as well as general information and documentation for Interchange is at:
Original author of Vend, ancestor to Minivend and Interchange, was Andrew Wilcox <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Interchange could never have come into being without him. Interchange was based on Vend 0.2, with portions from Vend 0.3; both were produced in 1995.
Contributions to Interchange have been made by:
Andreas Koenig Jason Holt Bill Carr Jason Kohles Bill Dawkins Javier Martin Bill Randle Jeff Carnahan Birgitt Funk Jeff Nappi Bob Jordan Jochen Wiedmann Brev Patterson Jose\k:'MX Revuelto Brian Bullen Jure Kodzoman Brian Kosick Jurgen Botz Bruce Albrecht Keiko Cameron Prince Keith Oberlin Chen Naor Kim Lauritz Christensen Christian Mueller Larry Leszczynski Christopher Miller Marc Austin Christopher Thompson Mark Stosberg Dan Busarow Massimiliano Ciancio Dan Helfman Matthew Schick Daniel Thompson Michael McCune Dave Wingate Michael Wilk David Adams Mike Frager Dennis Cronin Neil Evans Don Grodecki Nelson Ferrari Ed LaFrance Raj Goel Frank Bonita Ray Desjardins Frederic Steinfels Shozo Murahashi Gunnar Hellekson Sonny Cook Hamish Bradick Tim Baverstock Hans-Joachim Leidinger Tom Friedel Heinz Wittenbecher Tommi Laberno Hiroyuki Cozy Kojima Troy Davis Ignacio Lizara\k:' Victor Nolton Jack Tsai William Dan Terry and many others
and, of course, the entire Perl team without whom Interchange could not exist.
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