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amshello - Asynchronous Message Service (AMS) demo program for UNIX
amshello is a sample program designed to demonstrate that an entire (very simple) distributed AMS application can be written in just a few lines of C code. When started, amshello forks a second process and initiates transmission of a "Hello" text message from one process to the other, after which both processes unregister and terminate. The amshello processes will register as application modules in the root unit of the venture identified by application name "amsdemo" and authority name "test". A configuration server for the local continuum and a registrar for the root unit of that venture (which may both be instantiated in a single amsd daemon task) must be running in order for the amshello processes to run.
"0" amshello terminated normally.
A MIB initialization file with the applicable default name (see amsrc(5)) must be present.
No environment variables apply.
No diagnostics apply.
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