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2#            Descriptor File for the arc2trig module
3#
4#    This file specifies when error messages are to be reported via
5#    email and pager.  All errors are logged in statmgr's daily log
6#    files.  The name of this file must be entered in statmgr's
7#    configuration file with a <Descriptor> command.
8#    (example:  Descriptor "arc2trig.desc" )
9#    The pager group name and a list of email recipients are listed
10#    in statmgr's configuration file.
11#
12#    Comment lines in this file are preceded by #.
13#
14#    Parameters:
15#
16#    <modName> is a text string included in each reported error message.
17#
18#    <modId> is the module id number as specified in the file
19#    earthworm.h.
20#
21#    <instId> is the installation id number as specified in the file
22#    earthworm.h.
23#
24#
25modName  arc2trig
26modId    MOD_ARC2TRIG
27instId   ${EW_INST_ID}
28#
29#
30#    Heartbeat Specification.  If the status manager does not receive
31#    a heartbeat message every <tsec> seconds from this module, an
32#    error will be reported (client module dead).  <page> is the maximum
33#    number of pager messages that will be reported and <mail> is the
34#    maximum number of email messages that will be reported.  If the
35#    page or mail limit is exceeded, no further errors will be reported
36#    until the status manager is restarted.
37#
38tsec: 120  page: 10  mail: 100
39#
40#
41# Uncomment the "restartMe" line to enable automatic restart of this
42# process by statmgr/startstop.  statmgr will issue a TYPE_RESTART message
43# for this process_id if it declares the patient dead.
44#
45restartMe
46#
47#
48#    A list of possible errors follows.
49#
50#    <err> is the error number of the error generated by the
51#    module.  Error numbers can be any unsigned integer, not
52#    necessarily sequential.
53#
54#    <nerr> and <rate> specify the maximum allowable error rate.
55#    If the error rate exceeds <nerr> errors per <tsec> seconds,
56#    an email or pager message may be reported.  To report all
57#    errors, set nerr to 1 and tsec to 0.
58#
59#    <page> is the maximum number of pager messages that will be
60#    reported and <mail> is maximum number of email messages that
61#    will be reported.  If the page or mail limit is exceeded, no
62#    further errors will be reported until the status manager is
63#    restarted.
64#
65#    <text> is a default character string that will be reported.
66#    Enclose string in double-quotes if it contains embedded
67#    blanks. Each module may also issue a text string for an
68#    error, overriding the default message shown here.
69#
70err: 0  nerr: 1  tsec: 0  page: 5  mail: 20
71text: "Missed msg(s) in shared memory."
72#
73err: 1  nerr: 1  tsec: 0  page: 0  mail: 5
74text: "Retreived msg too long for internal buffer."
75#
76err: 2  nerr: 1  tsec: 0  page: 0  mail: 5
77text: "transport.h tracking limit exceeded."
78#
79err: 3  nerr: 1  tsec: 0  page: 0  mail: 5
80text: "error opening trigger file."
81#
82err: 4  nerr: 1  tsec: 0  page: 0  mail: 10
83text: "error reading hypoinv archive msg."
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