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     cspmonitor - CSP server for monitoring RSerPool components


     cspmonitor [-localaddress=address:port] [-updateinterval=milliseconds]
                [-compact] [-full] [-logappend=filename] [-logcolor=on|off]
                [-logfile=filename] [-loglevel=0-9]


     cspmonitor is a simple simple Component Status Protocol (CSP) monitor
     server. It receives status messages from components via UDP and prints
     them on the screen. This program is useful to keep an overview of running
     RSerPool components.


     The following options are available:

             Sets the local UDP socket address and port number. By default, it
             listens on all addresses, port 2960.

             Sets the update interval in milliseconds.

             Turns on compact status display mode.

     -full   Turns on full status display mode (default).

     Logging Parameters:

                     Write logging output to a file (default is stdout);
                     output will be appended to given file.

                     Turns ANSI colorization of the logging output on or off.

                     Write logging output to a file (default is stdout); given
                     file will be overwritten.

                     Sets the logging verbosity from 0 (none) to 9 (very
                     verbose).  It is recommended to use at least a value of 2
                     to see possibly important error messages and warnings.


     cspmonitor uses the environment variables CSP_SERVER and CSP_INTERVAL to
     define a CSP server to send reports to in the specified interval.


     If loglevel>0, log messages will be printed to stdout or into a specified
     log file.


     For a detailed introduction to RSerPool, see:

     Thomas Dreibholz’s RSerPool Page:


     Dr. Thomas Dreibholz