GRSYNC-BATCH(1) grsync batch runner GRSYNC-BATCH(1)NAME
GRSYNC-BATCH - Grsync batch session runner
grsync-batch [-f] [-d] [session_name|file_name]
GRSYNC-BATCH is a script which can be used to automatize rsync runs using grsync sessions (see man grsync). for example it can be put into
crontab for scheduled execution on terminal, and to get the results via email.
GRSYNC-BATCH by default loads the session you specify on the command line from your grsync.ini default configuration file. if you specify
the -f option, it will be treated as a file name to load instead. in this case, only one session can be present in the file so there is no
need to specify the session. the -d option makes a dry-run, i.e. simulation (run but don't make any changes)
Website <http://www.opbyte.it/grsync/>, grsync
GRSYNC was written by Piero Orsoni <email@example.com>.
This manual page was written by Piero Orsoni
0.6 2007-07-18 GRSYNC-BATCH(1)
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timblclient(1) General Commands Manual timblclient(1)NAME
timblclient - a simple client to access the Tilburg Memory Based Learner Server
timblclient -h host -p port [-i inputfile] [-i outputfile] [--batch] [-b basename]
timblclient connects to a TimblServer on 'host':'port' and sends it the normal instructions. (see timblserver )
The timblclient options are
a series of timblserver commands.
When BATCH is specified, inputfile is supposed to be a 'normal' Timbl testfile. Every line is send to the timblserver as a 'clas-
sify' command. Default is stdin.
Where to put the results. Default is stdout.
When --batch is specified, the input from 'inputfile' is not interpreted as timblserver commands, but as instances that will be send
'as is' prepended by a classify instruction.
connect to the server on 'host'
connect to 'port' on 'host'
set the base in TimblServer to 'base'
This is just a simple testprogram, and rather clumsy.
Ko van der Sloot firstname.lastname@example.org
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