ANNOUNCE: VMS::Process 1.03 (First public release) 
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 ANNOUNCE: VMS::Process 1.03 (First public release)

I've uploaded to CPAN the first public release of VMS::Process.

This module provides functions to list, pause, release, delete, or get
information on any process running on the current machine or VMS cluster.
More specifically, you can:

1) Get a list of all processes running on the cluster or local node, or a
subset that match a search criteria

2) Kill any process running on the cluster or local node.

3) Suspend any process running on the cluster or local node.

4) Release any process currently suspended on the cluster or local node.

5) Fetch any or all information on any process running on the cluster or
local node (All the information, except for rightslists and privileges,
available from the $GETJPI system service, or the DCL lexical F$GETJPI)

6) Decode bitmaps and coded information returned for a process.

Normal VMS system security is enforced, so non-privileged users can't
compromise the integrity of the node or cluster.

This module is living at $CPAN/modules/by-module/VMS_Process-1_03.zip,
available at a fine CPAN mirror near you.

(As a hysterical note, most of the functionality of this module previously
appeared in the unannounced VMS::ProcInfo module, which is now officially
deceased)

                                        Dan



Fri, 09 Jun 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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