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POLYGRAPH-POP-TEST(1)						   User Commands					     POLYGRAPH-POP-TEST(1)

polygraph-pop-test - predicts cache hit ratios for a given workload SYNOPSIS
pop-test [--option ...] OPTIONS
--help list of options --version package version info --out <file> redirect console output --cachable <%> portion of cachable replies --public_interest <%> portion of URLs shared among all robots --recurrence <%> probability of a re-visit to a URL --work_set_size <size> working set size --cache_size <size> cache size --obj_size <size> average object size --robots <int> total number of robots to simulate --pop_model <str> popularity model --sim_length <int> total number of request to simulate COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2003-2006 The Measurement Factory, Inc. SEE ALSO
polygraph(7) - general information and a list of programs - project web site polygraph-pop-test - Web Polygraph February 2010 POLYGRAPH-POP-TEST(1)

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POLYGRAPH-DNS-CFG(1)						   User Commands					      POLYGRAPH-DNS-CFG(1)

polygraph-dns-cfg - DNS server configuration tool SYNOPSIS
dns-cfg [--option ...] DESCRIPTION
Given a zone name, DNS names, and IP addresses, dns-cfg builds configuration suitable for use with BIND and, perhaps, other DNS servers. Dns-cfg output consists of three parts. The first part is the text to cut-and-paste into BIND's named.conf file. This part is sent to the standard output. The outer two parts are direct and reverse zone files. Those may be quite large and are dumped on disk into the appropri- ately named files. Dns-cfg can use PGL configuration as the source of information. OPTIONS
--help list of options --version package version info --config <filename> PGL configuration --cfg_dirs <dirs> directories for PGL #includes --zone <str> zone name --addresses <str> IP addresses --names <str> domain names COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2003-2006 The Measurement Factory, Inc. SEE ALSO
polygraph(7) - general information and a list of programs - project web site polygraph-dns-cfg - Web Polygraph February 2010 POLYGRAPH-DNS-CFG(1)
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