SYNOPSISltp-bump [-1] [-s sig] [-a active-file] [tags...]
Bump will send a SIGINT signal to processes, given that each process has a corresponding tag in an active-file. The active-file is the same one that is used by the ltp-pan to start the processes.
If the active file has multiple occurrences of a single tag name then only the first process will be signaled. You may specify the tag name multiple times on the commandline if necessary.
- Send a SIGUSR1 signal. By default a SIGINT will be sent.
- -a active_file
- A file containing the tagnames, pids, and commands being run by a ltp-pan. If this is not specified then the ZOO environment variable will be read for the name of the directory where the active file can be found.
- Used to specify a signal number to send. By default a SIGINT will be sent.
If set, should name the directory where the active file can be found.
This is ignored if -a is specified.
Default name of active file if -a is not specified. This is prefixed
by the directory name found in the ZOO environment variable.
DIAGNOSTICSExits zero, unless it cannot find the active file or if there were no tags listed on the commandline.