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postmark(1) [debian man page]

POSTMARK(1)							     Postmark							       POSTMARK(1)

NAME
postmark - file system benchmark program by NetApp. SYNOPSIS
postmark [config-file] DESCRIPTION
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 operate it. 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. AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Russell Coker <russell@coker.com.au>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). russell@coker.com.au 2001-09-13 POSTMARK(1)

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funnel(1)							     logtools								 funnel(1)

NAME
funnel - split one pipe stream to one or more files or programs SYNOPSIS
funnel [|] [>[>]file] [|process] DESCRIPTION
The funnel program will read data from standard input and write it to several output streams. The | symbol means to copy standard input to standard output. The > symbol means that a file name immediately follows with no separating spaces, the file will be truncated if it exists or created if it doesn't. The >> means that the file is to be appended to if it exists. A | symbol followed immediately by text indicates a command that is to be run by system() and will have all input piped to it. EXIT STATUS
0 No errors 1 Error opening input Other errors are 100 + number of commands or files that fail AUTHOR
This program, its manual page, and the Debian package were written by Russell Coker <russell@coker.com.au>. FEATURES
Uses popen (3) for output so that shell expansion gets performed. If you want such shell expansion then you must ensure that you quote the parameters correctly so that they get expanded by popen (3) not the shell that calls funnel. SEE ALSO
popen(3) Russell Coker <;russell@coker.com.au> 0.06 funnel(1)
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