Provided by: hylafax-server_6.0.7-3.1_amd64 bug


       wedged - HylaFAX modem wedged script


       /var/spool/hylafax/bin/wedged devid device


       bin/wedged is the command script invoked by the facsimile server when a modem is deemed to
       be in an irreparable state and requires operator intervention.  This decision is based  on
       the  setting  of  the  MaxSetupAttempts  configuration  parameter  described  in  hylafax-
       config(5).  The default wedged script sends electronic mail to the  FaxMaster  alias.  The
       interval at which emails are sent can be configured in the etc/FaxDispatch file by setting
       the WEDGED_EMAIL_INTERVAL variable to the desired number of minutes (emails will  be  sent
       no  more  than  every WEDGED_EMAIL_INTERVAL minutes, until the wedged condition persists).
       If the variable WEDGED_DISABLE_FAXGETTY is set in etc/FaxDispatch  then  the  script  will
       attempt  to  disable  any  faxgetty  processes  spawned  by  the  init(8)  process for the
       problematic modem.  In addition the faxq(8) process  automatically  disables  use  of  the
       modem for servicing outbound jobs.

       The  devid  argument is the identifier derived from the name of the modem's device file by
       substituting ``_'' characters for ``/'' characters; e.g.  term_10 for  /dev/term/10.   The
       device argument is the name of the character special device associated with the modem.

       If  there  exists an executable file /var/spool/hylafax/etc/resetmodem then that file will
       be executed upon execution of the wedged script in an effort to recover the modem.


       /usr/lib/sendmail    for delivering mail


       faxq(8), hylafax-config(5)

                                         October 3, 1995                                WEDGED(8)