The information system is divided into 4 activities:
# /etc/init.d/mediatexd start
# /etc/init.d/mediatexd stop
# /etc/init.d/mediatexd status
# /etc/init.d/mediatexd reload
# mediatex adm init
# mediatex adm remove
# mediatex adm purge
# mediatex adm add user user
# mediatex adm del user user
from ADMIN to misc (see misc): configure the MEDIATEX system.
# mediatex adm add coll [serv-]coll[@host[:port]]
# mediatex adm del coll coll
from ADMIN to conf (see conf): configure collections.
$ mediatex add key file to coll coll
$ mediatex del key fingerprint from coll coll
$ mediatex upgrade[+] [coll coll]
$ mediatex ls [master] coll
$ mediatex add supp supp to (all|coll coll)
$ mediatex del supp supp from (all|coll coll)
from PUBLISHER to conf (see conf): list collections ; share/withdraw local supports to collections.
$ mediatex ls supp
$ mediatex add supp supp on path
$ mediatex add file path
$ mediatex del supp supp
$ mediatex note supp supp as text
$ mediatex check supp supp on file
from PUBLISHER to supp (see supp): manage local supports.
$ mediatex upload[+] [file file [as target]]* [catalog file] [rules file] to coll coll
from PUBLISHER to uploadClient (see uploadClient): upload an incoming archive into the cache.
$ mediatex make [coll coll]
$ mediatex clean [coll coll]
$ mediatex su [coll coll]
$ mediatex audit for mail coll coll
from PUBLISHER to misc (see misc): build/clean the HTML catalogue ; change to server or collection system user ; simulate retrieving all archives.
from Cron (see Cron) to PUBLISHER: message of the day the PUBLISHER see at log-in.
(if archive is not available) ...
(if archive is available)
from Apache (see Apache) to USER: replies to the USER’s internet browser.
(mail to USER)
from Sendmail (see Exim) to USER: archive availability notification.
(mail to PUBLISHER)
from Sendmail (see Exim) to PUBLISHER: audit availability notification.
(mail to ADMIN)
from Sendmail (see Exim) to ADMIN: scheduled task error notification.