Provided by: yate_0.8.7+cvs20050604-4ubuntu1_i386
yate - launch the YATE telephony engine
yate [options] [commands]
yate is a telephony engine that supports client, PBX and IVR functions
Display a short help message
-v Verbose debugging (you can use more than once)
-q Quieter debugging (you can use more than once)
-d Daemonify, suppress output unless logged
-s Supervised, restart if crashes or locks up
Log to file - should be used whenever running in daemon mode
Write PID of the supervisor or primary thread to file
Use specified configuration name, overrides default "yate"
Path to conf files directory, overrides compiled-in value
Path to modules directory, overrides compiled-in value.SS
Debugging (may not be compiled in)
Special debugging options
-Da Abort (coredumps if allowed) if bugs are encountered
-Dc Call dlclose() until it gets an error
-Di Reinitialize after first initialization
-Dx Exit immediately after initialization
-Dw Delay for one second the creation of the first worker thread
-Dt Add start time relative timestamps to debugging messages
Each command is sent to the YATE modules immediately after
initialization. Modules define command syntax so that is not described
here. Please look at the documentation for each module.
- SIGTERM and SIGINT (Ctrl-C) will cleanly stop the engine
- SIGHUP and SIGQUIT (Ctrl-\) will reinitialize the modules
Under various *BSD implementations the dlclose() function is broken and
may generate a segfault on exit.
Some libpthread implementations are broken and may fail to start the
threads or fail to cleanup when the thread terminates.
Paul Chitescu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Diana Cionoiu <email@example.com>