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Using UNIX Event Scripts

  • Date: Nov 04, 2015

Using UNIX Event Scripts

For information on the event scripts on all supported UNIX and Linux operating system and their descriptions, refer to the following table.

Script Executes
arch_err.sh When a request failed to archive correctly.
cancel.sh When a job is canceled.
connectfail.sh When a termserv or OMPLUS mode destination has failed to make a network connection.
demon.sh When any OM Plus daemon is started or stopped.
disable.sh When a destination has been disabled.
destchg.sh When a destination is added, changed or deleted.
enable.sh When a destination has been enabled.
formmount.sh When a form has been mounted on a destination.
formpending.sh When an output job requires a form that is not mounted on the destination. The output job reflects a status of form pending (fpend).
interface.sh When a destination interface script completes. This occurs for all destinations when any job attempts to print (de-spool).
logsize.sh When the $LPHOME/messages/log. ‘log file’ increases to 10 megabytes. This script will rename the current log to log.old and the system will create a new working log.
lpdfail.sh When an error occurs during an LPD/LPR transfer using netprint, system, or LPPLUS mode destinations. This script contains the error retry/recovery/failure logic for LPD.
openfail.sh When a non-network destination has failed its connection.
prtunavail.sh When an output job has been submitted to a disabled destination.
purge.sh When an output job is to be purged from the OM Plus queue.
remotedests.sh When remote destinations are either sent or received. See “Setting Multiple Instances of OM Plus in a Disunited Environment” section in the manual.
spooler.sh When the spooling process ends.
toobig.sh When a job with more than the maximum allowed pages is spooled.
toodumb.sh When the data type of the request differs from data types defined supported by the destination.
writefail.sh When an output job fails during printing. The output job will be marked interrupted (intrd) and the destination will be disabled.
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