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cmappmgr(1m)							  cmappmgr(1m)

       cmappmgr - launches and monitors an application process on a node

       cmappmgr -node node_name [-cmappserver_timeout number_of_seconds] -ser‐
       vice service_name

       cmappmgr launches and monitors the specified application process	 on  a
       specified  node.	 The cmappserver(1m) daemon process must be running on
       the specified node, and there must be a routable TCP/IP network between
       the  specified  node  and  the  local  host  where cmappmgr(1m) is run.
       cmappmgr exits when the application process exits.

       cmappmgr supports the following options:

	      -node node_name
			Name of the node on which to  launch  the  application

	      -cmappserver_timeut number_of_seconds
			The number of seconds that must elapse before cmappmgr
			times out the connection with cmappserver on the spec‐
			ified  node.   This is optional.  The default value is
			10 seconds.  The maximum value that can	 be  specified
			is 600 seconds, and the minimum value is 1 second.

	      -service service_name
			The  full  command line for the application or process
			to be launched.	 Note that -service must be  the  last
			argument specified for cmappmgr as all strings follow‐
			ing the argument are considered as part of the command
			line  to  launch  the  application  process. Quotation
			marks ("") are not required.

       cmappmgr returns the following value upon completion:

	       0   Successful completion.
	      >= 1 One or more error conditions occurred.  The value generally
		   reflects the exit code of the process.  If, for any reason,
		   the process fails to launch	on  the	 specified  node  (for
		   example,  because  of  an error connecting to cmappserver),
		   cmappmgr exits with 1.

       To launch an xclock application on the node v-smp1:

	      cmappmgr	-node  v-smp1  -service	 /usr/bin/X11/xclock  -display

       cmappmgr was developed by HP.


       Designing  high-availability  solutions	with  HP  Serviceguard	and HP
       Integrity Virtual Machines

		    Requires Optional Serviceguard Software	  cmappmgr(1m)

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