vserver

Voyager server

Syntax:

vserver [options]

Runs on:

Neutrino

Options:

-l
("el") Start up with low-memory options:
max_connections     =  3
Page_Cache_Size     =  0
Image_Cache_Size_KB = 512
view_source         = FALSE
enable_disk_cache   = FALSE
concurrent_decodes  = 1
-M nbytes
Let the Voyager server obtain nbytes on startup and use only that as its usable free memory (vserver will never ask the system for more memory).
-n ServerName
Start the Voyager server with ServerName as the registered connector name. Use the Pt_ARG_CLIENT_NAME resource to connect a PtWebClient to a Voyager server with ServerName.

The default server name is VoyagerServer.

-x
Start in server mode; vserver doesn't exit on the last close from a PtWebClient widget.

Description:

The vserver command starts the Voyager server.


Note: You must be running Photon to use vserver.

The Voyager server currently supports HTML version 3.2.

If you're using PtWebClient to start vserver, you can specify options in the Pt_ARG_WEB_SERVER resource. For more information, see the Photon Widget Reference.

Caveats:

You need to run the pipe manager in order for Voyager to perform a DNS lookup.

See also:

voyager

PtClient, PtServer, PtWebClient in the Photon Widget Reference