Call and monitor executables
Monitcall is a small script to run executeables and watch for deadlocks in the process.
- Usage: monitcall [-h] [-a ARGS] [-t CYCLES] [-l LIMIT] [-s SIGNAL]
- [-d DEBUGLOG] [-v] cmd
The script will call the given command (CMD) together with the given arguments (ARGS). If the CPU usage of the command is higher than the given limit (LIMIT) for more than CYCLES cycles the command is killed with the signal SIGNAL.
Example: monitcall wvWare -a ‘-c utf-8 –nographics mydocument.doc’
Extracts the contents of the MS-Word document mydocument.doc to an utf-8 text printed on stdout.
- Known issues:
The option string must not start with -a. Like this:
… -a ‘-a 4 -c utf-8 …’ This seems to be a bug in the argparse module
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