uptimed man page

uptimed ā€” daemon to record uptime records

Synopsis

uptimed [ -?bv ] [ -e <email> ] [ -i <interval> ] [ -m <count> ]

Description

This manual page documents the uptimed program.

uptimed is a daemon that records statistics about a machine's uptime. Use the uprecords(1) program to get uptime record statistics.

Options

These command-line options override settings in the configuration file /etc/uptimed.conf

-?

Show usage

-b

Create bootid and exit. This option is ignored on BSD systems, because the BSD kernel keeps a static boot time variable in memory so Uptimed does not need to cache this value.

-p <file>

Write PID to pidfile <file>

-e <email>

Send mail to <email> at milestones/records

-i <interval>

Use <interval> seconds for loop

-m <count>

Log a maximum of <count> entries

-t <timespec>

Set the minimum uptime to be considered a record

-v

Show version information

See Also

uprecords(1)

Author

Rob Kaper <cap@capsi.com>.

This manual page was written by Alan Ford <alan@whirlnet.co.uk>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). It was last modified for uptimed version 0.3.7.

Referenced By

uprecords(1).

May 28, 2004