file-iodp - set IODP environment for file handles
file-iodp [options] filename program [arguments]
file-iodp opens a file and runs program with the remaining arguments. In an alternative operation mode file-iodp may just set the IODP environment variables for an existing file handle and run program.
options is a is a series of getopt or getopt_long style options. See below for more information.
Note: The default is to open the file read-write, in non-truncating overwrite mode (like O_RDWR does).
N is an integer in the range from 0 to a system ``dependent limit. The default is to not move it. Note that moving the socket to file descriptor 2 may disturb the output of error messages.
tcpsocket will switch to that group id after the socket has been set up. GID has to be a positive integer.
tcpsocket will switch to that user id after the socket has been set up. UID has to be a positive integer.
Usually used together with envuidgid.
This is used for $IODP_n_SYMNAME, and may be used by IODP compliant application in an application dependant way. The default is to not set it.
This is the default.
The use with an argument shows the long helptext of that option, without an argument it will list all options.
The use with an argument shows the long help for this option, without arguments it shows the long description of all options.
tcpsocket sets the environment variables documented in the iodp-tcp specification.
file-iodp -r /proc/kmsg \ /usr/bin/logger -t kernel