FreeBSD6.2 What is the easiest Way to Capture RS-232
tedm at toybox.placo.com
Sat Feb 16 19:10:15 UTC 2008
If that is SMDR phone system data your handling, once you get
the program done would you mind posting a copy?
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> Warren Block writes:
> > Depending on the switch, you may find that the /usr/ports/comms
> > atslog or cdr_read will do the work for you.
> Derek Ragona writes:
> >You still need to handle when the cord is unplugged, or put the
> server in a
> >secure location away from other people.
> >If you want the program to be more capable of staying running
> you can have
> >the program fork a child and if the child dies, fork a new
> child. This is
> >the method used for many running services. Just be sure if the
> child dies
> >the log file is closed and that same file is opened by the new child.
> Excellent ideas from both! Thank you.
> Martin McCormick
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