POSTMARK(1) Postmark POSTMARK(1)NAME
postmark - file system benchmark program by NetApp.
This manual page documents briefly the postmark program.
When postmark is run it gives a command-line interface to configure and run tests. The "help" command displays basic information on how to
The name of a text file containing commands may be specified on the command line.
The next version of this man page will have more information.
This manual page was written by Russell Coker <email@example.com>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
firstname.lastname@example.org 2001-09-13 POSTMARK(1)
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logprn(1) logtools logprn(1)NAME
logprn - merge Common-Log Format web logs based on time-stamps
logprn logfile idle-time[:max-wait] command
The logprn program is designed to print new data that is appended to log files. It will wait until a specified amount of time has elapsed
since the last write to the file before printing the data. It will print the data by pipeing it to a specified command. The command will
be run by popen(3) so the usual shell commands will operate (whether this is a bug or a feature is a matter of opinion).
specifies a file to read data from. It should be a regular file not a pipe, device, or anything else.
0 Never happens, this program will run forever.
1 Bad command-line parameters or couldn't stat the log file on startup - couldn't start the program.
2 File disappeared or became unreadable at run-time.
3 Can't run the specified command.
This program, its manual page, and the Debian package were written by Russell Coker <email@example.com>.
Uses popen (3) but I consider this a feature not a bug.
SEE ALSO popen(3)Russell Coker <firstname.lastname@example.org> 0.06 logprn(1)
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