GRID-MONITOR(1)                                   GRID-MONITOR(1)

          monitor - graphical display for viewing resource use.

          command | grid/srv/monitor interface [ wintitle ]

          Monitor is designed to work with resources that deal with
          incoming connections (such as grid-register(1)) to visually
          display the connections to a specific resource. Interface
          sets the style of interface, this can be 1 or 2. Interface 1
          is the simplest, displaying only a list of connections to
          the resource. Interface 2 is slightly more complex, allowing
          extra data to be displayed for each connection. While inter-
          face 1 shows all the connections at any one time, interface
          2 displays a selection of 'slots' which have buttons that
          light up to signify a connection. Clicking on a lit button
          will display any data given about that connection in the
          main window.  Wintitle optionally sets the title of the
          monitor window.  Command must write status messages to
          stdout which are then read and displayed (if appropriate) by
          monitor. Monitor reads on stdin and accepts the following

        Interface 1
          add addr                      display a connection from
                                        address addr

          del addr                      remove a connection from
                                        address addr

        Interface 2
          data set id { data }          set and display the string
                                        data in slot id.

          data set id finished          clear slot id

          setup maxusers n              set display to fit a maximum
                                        of n connections. -1 signifies
                                        unlimited connections.

          starting pid                  add pid to a list of pids
                                        whose process group is to be
                                        killed if the user closes

          error errstr                  print out the error string
                                        errstr to the console.

     GRID-MONITOR(1)                                   GRID-MONITOR(1)

          exit                          close down monitor and kill
                                        all processes in the current

          Input messages of any other form will simply be ignored.


          grid-register(1), ns(1), cpu(4)