is a Reliable Server Pooling (RSerPool) pool user (PU) for the scripting
service. The purpose of this service is to distribute input data to a
scripting PE, execute a script doing some useful work on the input data and
returning output data. For example, this service can be used for distributed
The following options are available:
Sets the PH to a non-default value; otherwise, the default setting is
Sets the name of the environment file to upload to the PE. The PE may cache
this environment file, allowing to skip a subsequent upload of the same
Sets the name of the input file to upload to the PE.
Sets the name of the output file to write the download from the PE to.
Turns on quiet mode, i.e. only few information is printed.
Maximum number of retries upon errors on the remote site. The error counter only
increments when the remote-side script returns a non-zero error code. When
the error limit is reached, the received output file will be downloaded for
Sets the retry delay upon failover in milliseconds.
Add the given description to all log lines of the scripting service PU
operation. This can be useful when multiple PUs are running simultaneously.
Sets the transmission timeout in milliseconds.
Sets the keep-alive interval in milliseconds.
Sets the keep-alive timeout in milliseconds.
ASAP Protocol Parameters:
Adds a static PR entry into the Registrar Table.
It is possible to add multiple entries.
Sets the timeout for ASAP announces via multicast.
Sets the timeout for ASAP connection establishment.
Sets the maximum number of ASAP connection establishment trials.
Sets the timeout for ASAP requests.
Sets the timeout for waiting to receive ASAP responses.
Sets the maximum number of ASAP request trials.
Component Status Protocol (CSP) Parameters:
Sets the interval for the CSP status updates in milliseconds. By default, the
content of the environment variable CSP_INTERVAL is used. If not defined, no
CSP status reports will be sent.
Sets the address of a CSP monitor server. By default, the content of the
environment variable CSP_SERVER is used. If not defined, no CSP status reports
will be sent.
Write logging output to a file (default is stdout); output will be appended to given file.
Turns ANSI colorization of the logging output on or off.
Write logging output to a file (default is stdout); given file will be overwritten.
Sets the logging verbosity from 0 (none) to 9 (very verbose).
It is recommended to use at least a value of 2 to see possibly
important error messages and warnings.
uses the environment variables CSP_SERVER and CSP_INTERVAL to define a CSP
server to send reports to in the specified interval.
If loglevel>0, log messages will be printed to stdout or into a specified