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evmchmgr(8)							  evmchmgr(8)



NAME

  evmchmgr - Event Manager channel manager

SYNOPSIS

  /usr/sbin/evmchmgr [-c config_file] [-l log_file]

OPTIONS

  -c config_file
      Sets the configuration file to config_file.  The default is
      /etc/evmchannel.conf.

  -l log_file
      Sets message output to log_file. The default is stderr. When the chan-
      nel manager starts it renames any	previous message file by appending
      .old to its name,	and creates a new file.

OPERANDS

  None

DESCRIPTION

  The EVM channel manager is started automatically by the EVM daemon, and
  usually should not be	run as a stand-alone program.  It reads	a set of
  channel definitions from the channel configuration file and executes the
  commands defined as the monitor and cleanup functions	for any	channel, at
  the configured intervals. There is no	requirement for	any channel to be
  configured with either of the	periodic functions; the	channel	manager
  ignores any channels which have neither.

  By default, the channel manager reads	its configuration from
  /etc/evmchannel.conf.	The -c option can be used to override this. If the
  channel configuration	file is	changed	while the channel manager is running,
  the evmreload	-c command should be used to instruct it to reconfigure
  itself.

  The channel manager reconfigures itself when evmreload -c is run, or upon
  receipt of a SIGHUP signal.

EXIT STATUS

  The following	exit values are	returned:

  0   Successful completion.

  not 0
      An error occurred.




FILES

  /usr/sbin/evmchmgr
      Executable file

  /etc/evmchannel.conf
      Default channel configuration file

  /var/evm/adm/logfiles/evmchmgr.log
      Default channel manager log file

SEE ALSO

  Commands: evmd(8), evmreload(8), evmstart(8),	evmstop(8), kill(1)

  Files: evmchannel.conf(4)

  Event	Management: EVM(5)

  EVM Events: EvmEvent(5)

  Event	Filter:	EvmFilter(5)