failc [ββb backuptext ] [ ββc community ] [ ββs state ] [ββTUV] [ββt timeβ
out] [ ββd facility ] [ ββp port ] servicename [hostname]
Failc contacts a faild(l) on the system hostname (on the localhost if
the hostname parameter is missing) and sets the various service parameβ
ters. In contrast to earlier releases of failover, failc cannot be
used to query the faild, failstat should be used for this purpose.
Store backup in the backup field of the state.
set the community string to access this facility to community.
By default, the string public is used. Unless a community
defined in faild is used access or modification or both are not
Increase the debuglevel for facility facility. See faildebug(l)
for a list of available facilities.
Set the service state to state. State must be one of UP,
RECOVER or FAIL.
ββT use TCP to contact faild.
ββU use UDP to contact faild.
allow for that many seconds before a call without a reply is
considered a failure.
ββpport connect to port port on the remote host. If this is not speciβ
fied, failc the default port 1918 (or some other port, as fixed
during the configuration of the package) is used.
ββV display failover version and exit.
This pages documents failc as it appears in version 0.5.16 of the
faild(8), faildebug(8), faildump(1), failmon(1), failsh(8), failstat(1)
Andreas F. Muller <email@example.com>
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