Provided by: trafficserver_5.3.0-2ubuntu2_amd64
traffic_cop - Traffic Server watchdog
traffic_cop is a watchdog program that is responsible for starting traffic_manager and traffic_server and monitoring them for responsiveness. If either of these processes are determined to be unresponsive, traffic_cop will kill and restart them. On Linux, traffic_cop will also monitor available memory and swap space, restarting the watched processes if the available memory falls below a minimum threshold. The memory thresholds can be configured with the proxy.config.cop.linux_min_swapfree_kb and proxy.config.cop.linux_min_memfree_kb variables. The following options are available: -d, --debug Emit debugging messages. -o, --stdout traffic_cop ordinarily logs to syslog, however for debugging purposes, this option causes it to print messages to standard output instead. -s, --stop Kill children using SIGSTOP instead of SIGKILL. This option is primarily for debugging. -V, --version Print version information and exit.
syslog(1), traffic_manager(8), traffic_server(8)