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 ocdebug(1M)							 ocdebug(1M)

      ocdebug - outbound connection daemon debug utility used by DDFA

      ocdebug -fpseudonym -nnode_name [-bboard_no] [-cconfig_file]
	   [-ddebug_level] [-llog_level] [-pport_no]

      The ocdebug daemon is the debugging version of the Outbound Connection
      Daemon (ocd).  ocd is part of the Data Communications and Terminal
      Controller (DTC) Device File Access (DDFA) software.  It manages the
      connection and data transfer to the remote terminal server port.

      See ddfa(7) for more information on how to configure the DDFA software
      and for an explanation of how it works.

      Debugging may be toggled interactively by sending the SIGUSR1 signal
      to the process using:

	   kill -16 pid.

      ocdebug logs important messages and error conditions to
      /var/adm/syslog.	Debug messages are logged to the file
      /var/adm/ocdpid and the file name is displayed at the start of

      ocdebug recognizes the following options.	 Apart from the -d option
      they are the same as the ocd options.

	   -bboard_no	  Specify the board number of a DTC.  If it is
			  omitted, the port number option must contain the
			  full TCP service port address.  The -b and -p
			  options must not be used if the IP address given
			  in the -n option is the IP address of a port.

			  If the -n option explicitly names a terminal
			  server port, the -b option is not needed.

	   -cconfig_file  Specify the name (including the absolute path) of
			  the configuration file used to profile the
			  terminal server port.	 If this value is omitted,
			  the values specified in the default pcf file
			  (/usr/examples/ddfa/pcf) are used.  If the file
			  specified does not exist, an error message is
			  logged and the following values are used (note
			  that the values for open_tries and open_timer are
			  different from the default values):

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 ocdebug(1M)							 ocdebug(1M)

			       telnet_mode:	enable
			       timing_mark:	enable
			       telnet_timer:	120
			       binary_mode:	disable
			       open_tries:	0
			       open_timer:	0
			       close_timer:	0
			       status_request:	disable
			       status_timer:	30
			       eight_bit:	disable
			       tcp_nodelay:	enable

	   -ddebug_level  Specify the level of debugging.  Levels can be
			  added together to accumulate debugging functions.
			  For example, -d7 enables all levels and -d3
			  enables only the first two levels.  The levels

			       0    No debug messages.
			       1    Trace procedure entry/exit logged.
			       2    Additional tracking messages logged.
			       4    Data structures dumped.

	   -fpseudonym	  Specify the absolute or relative path to the
			  device file, which is linked by the software to
			  the reserved pty.  Applications use the pseudonym
			  and not the dynamically allocated pty slave.

	   -llog_level	  Specify the logging level.  It determines the
			  severity of messages sent to /var/adm/syslog.	 The
			  logging levels (and how they relate to system
			  logging levels) are as follows:

			       0    Log only LOG_CRIT messages.
			       1    Log only LOG_CRIT and LOG_ERR messages.
			       2    Log only LOG_CRIT, LOG_ERR, and
				    LOG_WARNING messages.
			       3    Log all messages.

			  If it is omitted, the logging level is set to 1.

	   -nnode_name	  Specify the IP address of the terminal server or
			  the port.

	   -pport_no	  Specify a DTC port number or, if the -b option is
			  omitted, the TCP port service address that will be
			  used by the software to access the port.  If the
			  value is omitted, the value 23 (Telnet) is used by

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 ocdebug(1M)							 ocdebug(1M)

      In order to shutdown every ocd running without restarting them, the
      following command can be executed:

	   kill -15 `ps -e | grep ocd | awk '{print $1}'`

      In order to ensure that commands (such as ps) display the correct
      device file name (that is, the pseudonym), all pseudonyms should be
      placed into the directory /dev/telnet.  If pseudonyms are not
      specified for placement in this directory, the correct display of
      device file names with many commands is not guaranteed.

      In addition, in order to ensure that commands (such as w, passwd,
      finger, and wall) work correctly, each pseudonym must be unique in its
      first 17 characters (including the directory prefix /dev/telnet/).  If
      pseudonyms are not unique in their first 17 characters, the correct
      functioning of many commands is not guaranteed.

      Also, in order to reliably handle timing mark negotiations (and ensure
      that files printing on a printer attached to a terminal server have
      been completely flushed to that printer), the following line must be
      added near the end of each printer interface script for printers
      attached to a terminal server:

	   stty exta <&lt&lt&lt;&&amp&amp&amp;1 2>&gt&gt&gt;/dev/null

      The printer interface scripts reside in the directory
      /etc/lp/interface.  The line must be added just prior to the final
      'exit' command in each printer interface script.

      If this line is not added as specified, the printing reliability of
      printers attached to a terminal server is not guaranteed.


      dpp(1M), ocd(1M), syslog(3C), dp(4), pcf(4), ddfa(7).

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