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Amanda::Process


NAME

Amanda::Process -- interface to process


SYNOPSIS

  use Amanda::Process;
  Amanda::Process::load_ps_table();
  Amanda::Process::scan_log($logfile);
  Amanda::Process::add_child();
  Amanda::Process::set_master_process(@pname);
  Amanda::Process::set_master($pname, $pid);
  Amanda::Process::kill_process($signal);
  my $count = Amanda::Process::process_running();
  my $count = Amanda::Process::count_process();
  my $alive = Amanda::Process::process_alive($pid, $pname);


INTERFACE

This module provides an object-oriented interface to track process used by amanda.

my $Amanda_process = Amanda::Process->new($verbose);

load_ps_table
  $Amanda_process->load_ps_table();

Load a table of all processes in the system.

scan_log
  $Amanda_process->scan_log($logfile);

Parse all 'pid' and 'pid-done' lines of the logfile.

add_child
  $Amanda_process->add_child();

Add all children of already known amanda processes.

set_master_process
  $Amanda_process->set_master_process($arg, @pname);

Search the process table to find a process in @pname and make it the master, $arg must be an argument of the process.

set_master
  $Amanda_process->set_master($pname, $pid);

Set $Amanda_process->{master_pname} and $Amanda_process->{master_pid}.

kill_process
  $Amanda_process->kill_process($signal);

Send the $signal to all amanda processes.

process_running
  my $count = $Amanda_process->process_running();

Return the number of amanda process alive.

count_process
  my $count = $Amanda_process->count_process();

Return the number of amanda process in the table.

process_alive
  my $alive = Amanda::Process::process_alive($pid, $pname);

Return 0 if the process is not alive. Return 1 if the process is still alive.


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