Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of startstop_sol


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11/15/11 17:39:04 (10 years ago)
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branden
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    177177!HardKillDelay [nsec] 
    178178 
    179 Optional specification of number of seconds nsec that startstop will wait for modules to shutdown after being sent a KILL signal before aborting a restart of the module. If not specified, no KILL signal is issued, and any restart is aborted after sequence described in the "KillDelay" command. 
     179Optional specification of number of seconds nsec that startstop will wait for modules to shutdown after being sent a KILL signal before aborting a restart of the module. If not specified, no KILL signal is issued, and any restart is aborted after sequence described in the "!KillDelay" command. 
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    181181Example:  !HardKillDelay 10 
     
    206206Process [cmdstring] 
    207207 
    208 Gives the command string, cmdstring, (up to 79 characters) that will be used to start one Earthworm module. Each "Process" command must be immediately followed by a "Class/Priority" command. If the cmdstring required to start a process contains embedded blanks, it must be enclosed in double-quotes. Startstop can create up to MAX_CHILD (currently defined as 200) child processes. 
     208Gives the command string, cmdstring, (up to 79 characters) that will be used to start one Earthworm module. Each "Process" command must be immediately followed by a "!Class/Priority" command. If the cmdstring required to start a process contains embedded blanks, it must be enclosed in double-quotes. Startstop can create up to MAX_CHILD (currently defined as 200) child processes. 
    209209 
    210210Example:  Process "binder_ew binder_ew.d"