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GFMD(8) 																   GFMD(8)

gfmd(8) - Gfarm metadata server SYNOPSIS
gfmd [ options ] DESCRIPTION
gfmd is a Gfarm filesystem metadata server for accessing the filesystem metadata of the Gfarm filesystem. gfmd must be running on a meta- data server node in advance. It is possible for gfmd to be executed as a non-privileged user process, although only the user that executes the gfmd can be authenti- cated. Other users cannot use it. For details, see SETUP.private.en document To access gfmd, the hostname and the port number should be specified by the metadb_server_host and metadb_server_port statements, respec- tively, in ~/.gfarm2rc or in %%SYSCONFDIR%%/gfarm2.conf on a client node. OPTIONS
-L log-level Specifies a log priority level. The log output, which priority is higher or equal to this level, will be sent to syslog or standard error. Please refer gfarm2.conf(5) for the priority levels which can be specified by this option. -P pid-file Specifies a file name to be used to record the process ID of gfmd. -d Specifies the debug mode. With the -d option, gfmd runs as a foreground process, not a daemon. If this option is specified and -L is not specified, the log level is set to "debug". -f config-file Specifies a configuration file that is read instead of the default configuration file. -p port Specifies a port number to be used by gfmd. -s syslog-facility Specifies a syslog facility to report errors encountered by gfmd. By default, local0 is used. -v Makes gfmd output verbose log message on authentication. This is useful, when one has to resolve an issue about GSI authenticaion. -? Displays a list of command options. FILES
%%SYSCONFDIR%%/gfmd.conf configuration file SEE ALSO
gfarm2.conf(5) Gfarm 20 December 2010 GFMD(8)

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logger -- a shell command interface to the syslog(3) system log module SYNOPSIS
logger [-dhisV] [-f file] [-n server] [-P port] [-p pri] [-t tag] [-u socket] [message] DESCRIPTION
logger makes entries in the system log. It provides a shell command interface to the syslog(3) system log module. Options: -d, --udp Use datagram (UDP) instead of the default stream connection (TCP). -i, --id Log the process ID of the logger process with each line. -f, --file file Log the contents of the specified file. This option cannot be combined with a command-line message. -h, --help Display a help text and exit. -n, --server server Write to the specified remote syslog server using UDP instead of to the builtin syslog routines. -P, --port port Use the specified UDP port. The default port number is 514. -p, --priority priority Enter the message into the log with the specified priority. The priority may be specified numerically or as a facility.level pair. For example, -p logs the message as informational in the local3 facility. The default is user.notice. -s, --stderr Output the message to standard error as well as to the system log. -t, --tag tag Mark every line to be logged with the specified tag. -u, --socket socket Write to the specified socket instead of to the builtin syslog routines. -V, --version Display version information and exit. -- End the argument list. This is to allow the message to start with a hyphen (-). message Write the message to log; if not specified, and the -f flag is not provided, standard input is logged. The logger utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs. Valid facility names are: auth, authpriv (for security information of a sensitive nature), cron, daemon, ftp, kern (can't be generated from user process), lpr, mail, news, security (deprecated synonym for auth), syslog, user, uucp, and local0 to local7, inclusive. Valid level names are: alert, crit, debug, emerg, err, error (deprecated synonym for err), info, notice, panic (deprecated synonym for emerg), warning, warn (deprecated synonym for warning). For the priority order and intended purposes of these levels, see syslog(3). EXAMPLES
logger System rebooted logger -p local0.notice -t HOSTIDM -f /dev/idmc logger -n System rebooted SEE ALSO
syslog(3), syslogd(8) STANDARDS
The logger command is expected to be IEEE Std 1003.2 (``POSIX.2'') compatible. AVAILABILITY
The logger command is part of the util-linux package and is available from util-linux August 2011 util-linux
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