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DPM-RFIOD

DPM-RFIOD

Section: Rfio Administrator Commands (8) Updated: $Date: 2009/01/07 09:49:55 $
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NAME

dpm-rfiod- Remote file access daemon  

SYNOPSIS

dpm-rfiod [ -d ] [ -f filename ] [ -l ] [ -p port ] [ -s ] [ -t ] [ -4 | -6 ]  

DESCRIPTION

dpm-rfiod start the daemon handling remote file access requests. This command is usually executed at system startup time (/etc/rc.local). dpm-rfiod uses for the streaming mode (v3) one control port and one data port. The range of data ports to be used by dpm-rfiod can be set with the environment variable RFIO_PORT_RANGE.  

OPTIONS

-d
Turn on printing of debug messages. Default output device is stderr.
-f filename
Output filename for error, logging and debugging messages. Normal error messages are sent to syslog unless otherwise specified. Two filenames are special : "stderr", which will send messages to standard error and "syslog" which will send to syslog.
-l
Turn on printing of log messages. Default output device is in /var/log/rfio/log.
-p port
Specify a network port for the service to listen on. If this option is not given the value RFIO_PORT defined in rfio_constants.h is used.
-s
Turn on Standalone mode. This option should always be set when dpm-rfiod is not started by inetd.
-t
Turn on single threaded mode. Useful for debugging as no processes are created.
-4
only try to listen on IPv4 addresses
-6
only try to listen on IPv6 addresses
 

EXAMPLE

/usr/sbin/dpm-rfiod -sl
 

SEE ALSO

syslog(8), tcp(4)  

AUTHOR

LCG Grid Deployment Team


 

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