Commit 60bb2f7b authored by Linus Tolke's avatar Linus Tolke
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Info about signals added.

parent 3ae5fcb4
.\" $Id: lyskomd.8,v 1.5 1991/09/21 00:17:31 ceder Exp $
<.\" $Id: lyskomd.8,v 1.6 1991/10/29 05:41:58 linus Exp $
.\" Copyright (C) 1991 Lysator Academic Computer Association.
.\"
.\" This file is part of the LysKOM server.
......@@ -21,8 +21,8 @@
.\"
.\" Please mail bug reports to bug-lyskom@lysator.liu.se.
.\"
.\" $Id: lyskomd.8,v 1.5 1991/09/21 00:17:31 ceder Exp $
.\" $Date: 1991/09/21 00:17:31 $
.\" $Id: lyskomd.8,v 1.6 1991/10/29 05:41:58 linus Exp $
.\" $Date: 1991/10/29 05:41:58 $
.TH lyskomd 8 "August 22, 1991"
.SH NAME
lyskomd - LysKOM server
......@@ -35,20 +35,20 @@ lyskomd - LysKOM server
] [
.BI -D database-directory
] [
.BI -p clientportnumber
.BI -p client_port
] [
.BI -P muxportnumber
.BI -P mux_port
] [
.B -a
]
.SH DESCRIPTION
This program runs a LysKOM server.
.PP
It listens for connections on the given portnumbers (defaults are 4894
It listens for connections on the given ports (defaults are 4894
for the
.I clientportnumber
.I client_port
and 4787 for the
.IR muxportnumber ).
.IR mux_port ).
.SH OPTIONS
.TP
.B \-d
......@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ Using one
make the process print a
.I >
for every timeout, a message for every person that is connecting or
disconnecting and a message for every succesful or unsuccessful
disconnecting and a message for every successful or unsuccessful
communication to the process.
.TP
.B \-q
......@@ -75,19 +75,38 @@ Example: If your database is in
you should use the option
.B \-D$HOME/lyskom
.TP
.BI \-p clientportnumber
.BI \-p client_port
listens for clients on the port number
.I clientportnumber.
.I client_port.
.TP
.BI \-P muxportnumber
.BI \-P mux_port
listens for mux connections on the port number
.I muxportnumber.
A mux connection is a connection using a special protocoll to allow
.I mux_port.
A mux connection is a connection using a special protocol to allow
several sessions within one connection.
.TP
.B \-a
Do not send any non-requested messages. This disables the sending of
messages about events in the server to all connections.
.SH SIGNALS
There are some signals that have a special meaning to the LysKOM
server.
.TP
.B SIGHUP
Logs out all sessions, saves the database and exits normally.
.TP
.B SIGQUIT
Saves the database and dump core. (This should only be used for
debugging purposes.)
.TP
.B SIGUSR1
Print statistics about how often different commands have been used
since the process started.
.TP
.B SIGUSR2
Forks a child that immediately dumps core. The main process just waits
until the child is done and then continues. (This does not work on
Suns.)
.SH FILES
.TP 20
.B /usr/lyskom
......
.\" $Id: lyskomd.8,v 1.5 1991/09/21 00:17:31 ceder Exp $
<.\" $Id: lyskomd.8,v 1.6 1991/10/29 05:41:58 linus Exp $
.\" Copyright (C) 1991 Lysator Academic Computer Association.
.\"
.\" This file is part of the LysKOM server.
......@@ -21,8 +21,8 @@
.\"
.\" Please mail bug reports to bug-lyskom@lysator.liu.se.
.\"
.\" $Id: lyskomd.8,v 1.5 1991/09/21 00:17:31 ceder Exp $
.\" $Date: 1991/09/21 00:17:31 $
.\" $Id: lyskomd.8,v 1.6 1991/10/29 05:41:58 linus Exp $
.\" $Date: 1991/10/29 05:41:58 $
.TH lyskomd 8 "August 22, 1991"
.SH NAME
lyskomd - LysKOM server
......@@ -35,20 +35,20 @@ lyskomd - LysKOM server
] [
.BI -D database-directory
] [
.BI -p clientportnumber
.BI -p client_port
] [
.BI -P muxportnumber
.BI -P mux_port
] [
.B -a
]
.SH DESCRIPTION
This program runs a LysKOM server.
.PP
It listens for connections on the given portnumbers (defaults are 4894
It listens for connections on the given ports (defaults are 4894
for the
.I clientportnumber
.I client_port
and 4787 for the
.IR muxportnumber ).
.IR mux_port ).
.SH OPTIONS
.TP
.B \-d
......@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ Using one
make the process print a
.I >
for every timeout, a message for every person that is connecting or
disconnecting and a message for every succesful or unsuccessful
disconnecting and a message for every successful or unsuccessful
communication to the process.
.TP
.B \-q
......@@ -75,19 +75,38 @@ Example: If your database is in
you should use the option
.B \-D$HOME/lyskom
.TP
.BI \-p clientportnumber
.BI \-p client_port
listens for clients on the port number
.I clientportnumber.
.I client_port.
.TP
.BI \-P muxportnumber
.BI \-P mux_port
listens for mux connections on the port number
.I muxportnumber.
A mux connection is a connection using a special protocoll to allow
.I mux_port.
A mux connection is a connection using a special protocol to allow
several sessions within one connection.
.TP
.B \-a
Do not send any non-requested messages. This disables the sending of
messages about events in the server to all connections.
.SH SIGNALS
There are some signals that have a special meaning to the LysKOM
server.
.TP
.B SIGHUP
Logs out all sessions, saves the database and exits normally.
.TP
.B SIGQUIT
Saves the database and dump core. (This should only be used for
debugging purposes.)
.TP
.B SIGUSR1
Print statistics about how often different commands have been used
since the process started.
.TP
.B SIGUSR2
Forks a child that immediately dumps core. The main process just waits
until the child is done and then continues. (This does not work on
Suns.)
.SH FILES
.TP 20
.B /usr/lyskom
......
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