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ACSLIST(1)							  BP executables							ACSLIST(1)

acslist - Aggregate Custody Signals (ACS) utility for checking custody IDs. SYNOPSIS
acslist [-s|--stdout] DESCRIPTION
acslist is a utility program that lists all mappings from bundle ID to custody ID currently in the local bundle agent's ACS ID database, in no specific order. A bundle ID (defined in RFC5050) is the tuple of (source EID, creation time, creation count, fragment offset, fragment length). A custody ID (defined in draft-jenkins-aggregate-custody-signals) is an integer that the local bundle agent will be able to map to a bundle ID for the purposes of aggregating and compressing custody signals. The format for mappings is: (ipn:13.1,333823688,95,0,0)->(26) While listing, acslist also checks the custody ID database for self-consistency, and if it detects any errors it will print a line starting with "Mismatch:" and describing the error. -s|--stdout tells acslist to print results to stdout, rather than to the ION log. EXIT STATUS
0 acslist terminated after verifying the consistency of the custody ID database. 1 acslist was unable to attach to the ACS database, or it detected an inconsistency. FILES
No configuration files are needed. ENVIRONMENT
No environment variables apply. DIAGNOSTICS
The following diagnostics may be issued: Can't attach to ACS. acsadmin has not yet initialized ACS operations. Mismatch: (description of the mismatch) acslist detected an inconsistency in the database; this is a bug in ACS. BUGS
Report bugs to <> SEE ALSO
acsadmin(1), bplist(1) perl v5.14.2 2012-05-25 ACSLIST(1)

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ACSRC(5)						      BP configuration files							  ACSRC(5)

acsrc - Aggregate Custody Signal management commands file DESCRIPTION
Aggregate Custody Signal management commands are passed to acsadmin either in a file of text lines or interactively at acsadmin's command prompt (:). Commands are interpreted line-by line, with exactly one command per line. The formats and effects of the Aggregate Custody Signal management commands are described below. GENERAL COMMANDS
? The help command. This will display a listing of the commands and their formats. It is the same as the h command. # Comment line. Lines beginning with # are not interpreted. e { 1 | 0 } Echo control. Setting echo to 1 causes all output printed by acsadmin to be logged as well as sent to stdout. Setting echo to 0 disables this behavior. 1 <logLevel> [<heapWords>] The initialize command. Until this command is executed, Aggregate Custody Signals are not in operation on the local ION node and most acsadmin commands will fail. The logLevel argument specifies at which log level the ACS appending and transmitting implementation should record its activity to the ION log file. This argument is the bitwise "OR" of the following log levels: 0x01 ERROR Errors in ACS programming are logged. 0x02 WARN Warnings like "out of memory" that don't cause ACS to fail but may change behavior are logged. 0x04 INFO Informative information like "this custody signal is a duplicate" is logged. 0x08 DEBUG Verbose information like the state of the pending ACS tree is logged. The optional heapWords argument informs ACS to allocate that many heap words in its own DRAM SDR for constructing pending ACS. If not supplied, the default ACS_SDR_DEFAULT_HEAPWORDS is used. Once all ACS SDR is allocated, any incoming custodial bundles that would trigger an ACS will trigger a normal, non-aggregate custody signal instead, until ACS SDR is freed. If your node intermittently emits non-aggregate custody signals when it should emit ACS, you should increase heapWords. Since ACS uses SDR only for emitting Aggregate Custody Signals, ION can still receive ACS even if this command is not executed, or all ACS SDR memory is allocated. h The help command. This will display a listing of the commands and their formats. It is the same as the ? command. s <minimumCustodyId> This command sets the minimum custody ID that the local bundle agent may use in custody transfer enhancement blocks that it emits. These custody IDs must be unique in the network (for the lifetime of the bundles to which they refer). The minimumCustodyId provided is stored in SDR, and incremented every time a new custody ID is required. So, this command should be used only when the local bundle agent has discarded its SDR and restarted. CUSTODIAN COMMANDS
a custodianEid acsSize [acsDelay] The add custodian command. This command provides information about the ACS characteristics of a remote custodian. custodianEid is the custodian EID for which this command is providing information. acsSize is the preferred size of ACS bundles sent to custodianEid; ACS bundles this implementation sends to custodianEid will aggregate until ACS are at most acsSize bytes (if acsSize is smaller than 19 bytes, some ACS containing only one signal will exceed acsSize and be sent anyways; setting acsSize to 0 causes "aggregates" of only 1 signal to be sent). acsDelay is the maximum amount of time to delay an ACS destined for this custodian before sending it, in seconds; if not specified, DEFAULT_ACS_DELAY will be used. EXAMPLES
a ipn:15.0 100 27 Informs ACS on the local node that the local node should send ACS bundles destined for the custodian ipn:15.0 whenever they are 100 bytes in size or have been delayed for 27 seconds, whichever comes first. SEE ALSO
acsadmin(1) perl v5.14.2 2012-05-25 ACSRC(5)

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