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timblserver(1)						      General Commands Manual						    timblserver(1)

NAME
timblserver - Tilburg Memory Based Learner Server SYNOPSYS
timblserver [TiMBL options] [Server options] timblserver --config=configfile [--pidfile=pfile] [--logfile=lfile] [--daemonize=val] DESCRIPTION
timblserver extends simbl with a server layer. It provides the possibility to access one timbl instance from multiple sessions. It also allows running and accessing different timbl instances in parallel. OPTIONS
The server options are --config=file read server settings from file --pidfile=file store the pid of the main server process in file --logfile=file log server actions to file --daemonize=[yes|no] run the server as a daemon. Default is yes. -S <port> run the server on 'port' (deprecated) -C <num> set maximum number of parallel connections to 'num' (deprecated) all timbl options are documented in timbl(1) BUGS
possibly AUTHORS
Ko van der Sloot Timbl@uvt.nl Antal van den Bosch Timbl@uvt.nl SEE ALSO
timbl(1) 2011 march 21 timblserver(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 SYNOPSYS
timblclient -h host -p port [-i inputfile] [-i outputfile] [--batch] [-b basename] DESCRIPTION
timblclient connects to a TimblServer on 'host':'port' and sends it the normal instructions. (see timblserver ) OPTIONS
The timblclient options are -i inputfile 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. -o outputfile Where to put the results. Default is stdout. --batch 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. -h host connect to the server on 'host' -p port connect to 'port' on 'host' -b basename set the base in TimblServer to 'base' BUGS
This is just a simple testprogram, and rather clumsy. AUTHORS
Ko van der Sloot timbl@uvt.nl SEE ALSO
timbl(1) timblserver(1) 2011 march 28 timblclient(1)
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