Ticket #439: 117

File 117, 5.6 KB (added by dlove, 9 years ago)
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1diff -urNad gridengine-6.1~/doc/man/man1/qping.1 gridengine-6.1/doc/man/man1/qping.1
2--- gridengine-6.1~/doc/man/man1/qping.1        2005-11-09 18:44:39.000000000 +0100
3+++ gridengine-6.1/doc/man/man1/qping.1 2007-06-24 21:50:21.028799054 +0200
4@@ -99,59 +99,59 @@
5 If the application does not provide any information the status is 99999.
6 Here are the possible status information values for the xxQS_NAMExx daemons:
7 
8-.in+3
9+.in +3
10 qmaster:
11 
12-.in+3
13+.in +3
14 \fI0\fP
15 There is no unusual timing situation.
16-.in-3
17+.in -3
18 
19-.in+3
20+.in +3
21 \fI1\fP
22 One or more threads has reached warning timeout. This may happen when
23 at least one thread does not increment his time stamp for a not usual long
24 time. A possible reason for this is a high workload for this thread.
25-.in-3
26+.in -3
27     
28-.in+3
29+.in +3
30 \fI2\fP
31 One or more threads has reached error timeout. This may happen when
32 at least one thread has not incremented his time stamp for longer than
33 10 minutes.
34-.in-3
35+.in -3
36 
37-.in+3
38+.in +3
39 \fI3\fP
40 The time measurement is not initialized.
41-.in-3
42+.in -3
43 
44 execd:
45 
46-.in+3
47+.in +3
48 \fI0\fP
49 There is no unusual timing situation.
50-.in-3
51+.in -3
52 
53-.in+3
54+.in +3
55 \fI1\fP
56 Dispatcher has reached warning timeout. This may happen when
57 the dispatcher does not increment his time stamp for a unusual long
58 time. A possible reason for this is a high workload.
59-.in-3
60+.in -3
61     
62-.in+3
63+.in +3
64 \fI2\fP
65 Dispatcher has reached error timeout. This may happen when
66 the dispatcher has not incremented his time stamp for longer than
67 10 minutes.
68-.in-3
69+.in -3
70 
71-.in+3
72+.in +3
73 \fI3\fP
74 The time measurement is not initialized.
75-.in-3
76-.in-3
77+.in -3
78+.in -3
79 
80 
81 \fIinfo:\fP
82@@ -160,24 +160,24 @@
83 If the application does not provide any information the info message is "not available".
84 Here are the possible status information values for the xxQS_NAMExx daemons:
85 
86-.in+3
87+.in +3
88 
89 qmaster:
90 
91-.in+3
92+.in +3
93 The info message contains information about the qmaster threads followed by a thread
94 state and time information. Each time when one of the known threads pass through their
95 main loop the time information is updated. Since the qmaster has two message threads
96 every message thread updates the time. This means the timeout for the message
97 thread (MT) can only occur when no message thread is active anymore:
98 
99-.in+3
100+.in +3
101 THREAD_NAME: THREAD_STATE (THREAD_TIME)
102-.in-3
103+.in -3
104 
105-.in+3
106+.in +3
107 THREAD_NAME:
108-.in+3
109+.in +3
110 .nf
111 EDT:  Event Delivery Thread
112 TET:  Timed Event Thread
113@@ -187,59 +187,59 @@
114 In addition to these thread names, the name can contain a thread number (for example:
115 MT(1)), when multiple instances of this thread are running.
116 .fi
117-.in-3
118+.in -3
119 
120 THREAD_STATE:
121-.in+3
122+.in +3
123 .nf
124 R: Running
125 W: Warning
126 E: Error
127 .fi
128-.in-3
129+.in -3
130 
131 THREAD_TIME:
132-.in+3
133+.in +3
134 .nf
135 Time since last timestamp updating.
136 .fi
137-.in-3
138-.in-3
139+.in -3
140+.in -3
141 
142 After the dispatcher information follows an additional information string which describes the
143 complete application status.
144-.in-3
145+.in -3
146 
147 execd:
148 
149-.in+3
150+.in +3
151 The info message contains information for the execd job dispatcher:
152-.in+3
153+.in +3
154 dispatcher: STATE (TIME)
155-.in-3
156+.in -3
157 
158 STATE:
159-.in+3
160+.in +3
161 .nf
162 R: Running
163 W: Warning
164 E: Error
165 .fi
166-.in-3
167+.in -3
168 
169 TIME:
170-.in+3
171+.in +3
172 .nf
173 Time since last timestamp updating.
174 .fi
175-.in-3
176-.in-3
177+.in -3
178+.in -3
179 
180 After the thread information follows an additional information string which describes the
181 application status.
182 
183-.in-3
184-.in-3
185+.in -3
186+.in -3
187 \fIMonitor:\fP
188 If available, displays statistics on a thread. The data for each thread is
189 displayed in one line. The format of this line can be changed at any time. Only the
190@@ -292,7 +292,7 @@
191 can be set to hide columns, set a default column width or to set a hostname output
192 format. The value of the environment variable can be set to any combination of
193 the following specifiers separated by a space character:
194-.in+3
195+.in +3
196 .RS
197 .nf
198 "h:X"   -> hide column X
199@@ -304,34 +304,34 @@
200 .RE
201 
202 Start qping -help to see which columns are available.
203-.in-3
204+.in -3
205 
206 
207 .SS "\fB\-dump_tag tag [param]\fP"
208 This option has the same the same meaning as -dump, but can provide more information by
209 specifying the debug level and message types qping should print:
210-.in+3
211+.in +3
212 -dump_tag ALL <debug level>
213-.in+3
214+.in +3
215 This option shows all possible debug messages (APP+MSG) for the debug levels, ERROR, WARNING,
216 INFO, DEBUG and DPRINTF. The contacted service must support this kind of debugging.
217 This option is not currently implemented.
218-.in-3
219-.in-3   
220-.in+3
221+.in -3
222+.in -3   
223+.in +3
224 -dump_tag APP <debug level>
225-.in+3
226+.in +3
227 This option shows only application debug messages for the debug levels, ERROR, WARNING, INFO,
228 DEBUG and DPRINTF. The contacted service must support this kind of debugging.
229 This option is not currently implemented.
230-.in-3
231-.in-3   
232-.in+3
233+.in -3
234+.in -3   
235+.in +3
236 -dump_tag MSG
237-.in+3
238+.in +3
239 This option has the same behaviour as the -dump option.
240-.in-3
241-.in-3   
242+.in -3
243+.in -3   
244 
245 .SS "\fBhost\fP"
246 Host where daemon is running.
247diff -urNad gridengine-6.1~/doc/man/man1/sge_ckpt.1 gridengine-6.1/doc/man/man1/sge_ckpt.1
248--- gridengine-6.1~/doc/man/man1/sge_ckpt.1     2004-04-19 12:52:02.000000000 +0200
249+++ gridengine-6.1/doc/man/man1/sge_ckpt.1      2007-06-24 21:48:20.525329015 +0200
250@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@
251 .de M          \" man page reference
252 \\fI\\$1\\fR\\|(\\$2)\\$3
253 ..
254-.TH xxQS_NAMExx_CKPT 1 "$Date: 2004/04/19 10:52:02 $" "xxRELxx" "xxQS_NAMExx User Commands"
255+.TH xxQS_NAME_Sxx_CKPT 1 "$Date: 2004/04/19 10:52:02 $" "xxRELxx" "xxQS_NAMExx User Commands"
256 .\"
257 .SH NAME
258 xxQS_NAMExx Checkpointing \- the xxQS_NAMExx checkpointing mechanism and checkpointing