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IOCLASSCOUNT(8) 					    BSD System Manager's Manual 					   IOCLASSCOUNT(8)

NAME
ioclasscount SYNOPSIS
ioclasscount [classname] [...] DESCRIPTION
ioclasscount displays the instance counts of OSObject-based C++ classes in the kernel, incremented by the number of direct subclasses that have an instance count of at least 1. For example, if IONetworkController is not directly instantiated, but its direct subclass IOEthernet- Controller has any instances, then IONetworkController's instance count will be at least 1; if another direct subclass such as IOFWController has any instances, then IONetworkController's instance count will be at least 2; and so on. (This modification of instance counts prevents unloading of kexts defining superclasses that have no instances, but whose subclasses in other kexts have instances.) If classes are specified, instance counts are printed as a comma-separated list in the order specified. If no classes are specified, instance counts for all classes are printed, one per line of output and sorted by name. This information is useful for tracking leaks. Instance counts can also found in the root of the IORegistry in the ``IOKitDiagnostics'' property. EXAMPLES
Display instance counts for IOPCIDevice and AppleTestPCI: /usr/sbin/ioclasscount IOPCIDevice AppleTestPCI IOPCIDevice = 2, AppleTestPCI = 1 SEE ALSO
ioalloccount(8), ioreg(8) Darwin November 06, 2008 Darwin

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NAME
zorpctl_ - Start and stop zorp instances. SYNOPSIS
zorpctl command [options [instances/@instance-list-file]] DESCRIPTION
zorpctl starts and stops zorp(8) instances based on the contents of the instances.conf(5) file. Multiple instance names can be specified in the command-line or in a file to start or stop several instances. If an error occurs while stopping or starting an instance, an exclamation mark is appended to the instance name as zorpctl processes the request, and a summary is printed when the program exits. If no instance is specified, the command is executed on all instances. The instances to be controlled can be specified in a file instead of listing them in the command line, e.g.: zorpctl command options instances.txt. The instances.txt should contain every instance name in a new line. COMMANDS
start Starts the specified Zorp instance(s). force-start Starts the specified Zorp instance(s) even if they are disabled. stop Stops the specified Zorp instance(s). force-stop Forces the specified Zorp instance(s) to stop using the KILL signal. restart Restart the specified Zorp instance(s). force-restart Forces the specified Zorp instance(s) to restart by stopping them using the KILL signal. reload Reload the specified Zorp instance(s). status Display the status of the specified Zorp instance(s). --verbose or -v Display detailed status information. gui-status Display the status of the specified Zorp instance(s) in an internal format easily parsable by ZMC. NOTE: This command is mainly used internally within Zorp, and the structure of its output may change. version Display version information on Zorp. inclog Raise the verbosity (log) level of the specified Zorp instance(s) by one. declog Decrease the verbosity (log) level of the specified Zorp instance(s) by one. log Change various log related settings in the specified Zorp instance(s) using the following options: --vinc or -i Increase verbosity level by one. --vdec or -d Decrease verbosity level by one. --vset <verbosity> or -s <verbosity> Set verbosity level to <verbosity>. --log-spec <spec> or -S <spec> Set verbosity mask on a per category basis. The format of this value is described in zorp(8). --help or -h Display this help screen on the options of the log command. szig Display internal information from the specified Zorp instance(s). The information to be disblayed can be specified with the following options: --walk or -w Walk the specified tree. --root [node] or -r [node] Set the root node of the walk operation to [node]. --help or -h Display a brief help on the options of the szig command. help Display a brief help message. EXAMPLES
zorpctl start zorp_ftp The command above starts the zorp instance named zorp-ftp with parameters described in the instances.conf file. FILES
The default location for instances.conf is /etc/zorp/instances.conf. AUTHOR
This manual page was written by the BalaBit Documentation Team <documentation@balabit.com>. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2006 BalaBit IT Security Ltd. All rights reserved. For more information about the legal status of this document please read: http://www.balabit.com/products/zorp/docs/legal_notice.bbq [FIXME: source] 03/06/2012 ZORPCTL(8)
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