On Wed, 28 Nov 2001, Christopher Godaire wrote:
> > If you send a USR1 signal to the pen process, it should spit out
> > statistics somewhere, depending on how it was started (syslog, stdout or
> > web page).
> I've tried a few ways to get these stats, but I must be missing something. I
> would assume "-w ./" should make it generate the html stats page in the
> current dir (pen is running as root, started from my home dir), but I've yet
> to see it happen. Nothing on stdout or syslog (to the best of my knowledge)
> The docs are pretty vague about all of this.. Any chance for an example?
The docs are broken: they say that the argument to -w should be a
directory, when it should be the name of the generated file.
Here is the command line for siag.nu:
/usr/local/bin/pen -w /usr/local/apache/siag.nu/pen/penstats.html \
-p /var/run/pen.pid siag:www siag-eth0-0 www alphabob www
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