monitor [-C index] [-D] [-H] [-I] [-L] [-M] [-V] [-c command]
[-d database] [-f] [-o filename] [-v] [-z] [database]
[-k] [-t] [-R] [-r configfile] [-E]
Monitor is a monitoring program for Texis, which performs many tasks. Many of the other commands are available using the
option. Any arguments after
-c are treated by that program.
The currently supported set of commands is
copydbf. You should see the documentation
on these commands for full details.
Depending on the commands given to it
monitor will either execute
once, or repeat a set of tasks at various intervals. If
is run with no arguments it will run in the background, and do its primary
jobs in monitoring the license.
monitor program is required to be running at all times to
monitor various aspects of Texis operation, such as Vortex scheduling,
the license, and statistics. To ensure this, the various Texis programs may
fork a monitor process if they detect one isn't running. Thus, the
Texis Monitor process may not always have the name
monitor" in a process listing (Unix
ps); it may look
like another Texis process. To verify that a process is the primary
Texis Monitor process, compare its process ID with the "
Monitor process pid" given by
texis -license. (See the
command-line discussion in the Texis Web Script manual.)
-I option makes
monitor behave as
no other arguments are specified then it is identical to
chkind, although you do have the option of adding other
-C allows you to force a check of a particular index.
This will disable the normal repetitive checking of
monitor to act like
displays a help message.
ltest behaviour is achieved with
monlock behavior with
-V option disables the visual display in
-v increases the verbosity and will display
-z option is used internally by Texis to launch a monitoring
process on a particular database.
-k option will stop (kill) all running monitor processes
(both primary Texis Monitor and database monitors). This can be used
during a manual installation process to ensure no Texis processes are
running prior to installation of a new version. In version 6.01 and
later, if the current configuration has the Texis Monitor disabled
([Monitor] Run Level bit 0 off), only the "vanilla"
(non-Texis/DB) monitor process indicated by [Monitor] Pid File
will be terminated. For example, this may be used to stop a standalone
(non-Texi-Monitor) process running as the Texis Web Server.
-t option will cause the
monitor process to run
in the foreground. The default is to run in the background.
-R option is for Windows, and will cause
to register itself as a service, and set the install dir in the
registry to the current path of the executable running.
Added in version 4.02.1037378163 Nov 15 2002.
-E option is used to encrypt passwords for the
[Httpd] EncPass setting in
(here). It will prompt for a password and then
EncPass setting for it.
-r option (deprecated) gives the path to the Texis
Configuration file to use. Added in version 4.02.1037306718 Nov 14
--texis-conf=file option gives the path to
the Texis Configuration File to use (default is
in the install dir). See here for details
--install-dir=dir option gives the Texis
install dir to use, instead of the install-time (or Windows registry)