Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of statmgr


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Timestamp:
01/31/12 08:07:38 (9 years ago)
Author:
branden
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  • statmgr

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    188 '''Descriptor descfile[[BR]] 
     188'''Descriptor descfile'''[[BR]] 
    189189Processed by: statmgr_config[[BR]] 
    190 Function; Monitor system[[BR]]''' 
     190Function: Monitor system 
    191191 
    192192Registers patients with the statmgr. descfile is the name of a file (up to 29 characters long) that describes a module that statmgr will monitor. One "Descriptor" command must give the name of statmgr's own descriptor file (ie, the statmgr is a patient of itself). Up to MAXDESC (currently defined as 15 in statmgr.h) "Descriptor" commands may be issued. All descriptor files should live in directory specified by the EW_PARAMS environment variable. Each descriptor file contains the patient module's name and ID, its heartbeat interval, and all its possible error codes and what they mean. It also contains information on how and how often the statmgr should notify system operators when errors do occur (see section 3 for more details on the descriptor files). 
     
    196196          Descriptor  "statmgr.desc" 
    197197}}} 
    198 '''GetStatusFrom inst mod_id            statmgr_config          Earthworm setup'''[[BR]] 
     198 
     199'''GetStatusFrom inst mod_id'''[[BR]] 
     200Processed by: statmgr_config[[BR]] 
     201Function: Earthworm setup 
     202 
    199203Controls the heartbeat and error messages input to statmgr. statmgr will only process TYPE_HEARTBEAT and TYPE_ERROR messages that come from module mod_id at installation inst. inst and mod_id are character strings (valid strings are listed in earthworm.h/earthworm.d) which are related to single-byte numbers that uniquely identify each installation and module. Up to 2 "GetStatusFrom" command may be issued; wildcards (INST_WILDCARD and MOD_WILDCARD) will force statmgr to process all heartbeat and error messages, regardless of their place of origin. 
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