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(v13) Global config file keys for debugging Scalable RIP

This page applies to Harlequin v13.1r0 and later; and to Harlequin Core but not Harlequin MultiRIP

If you want to play with some of the options, it can be very useful to take a copy of the RIPFarmConfigDebug directory from the hqnrip/SW/RIPFarmConfig directory and place it elsewhere then use the -rfcd command-line option to use that copy. For example:

Example of specifying global config directory:






Inform the controlling RIP to launch farm

RIPs with the -wait command-line option. Most useful when -nrips 1 is used to debug farm RIP code (for example, raster backends).



The internal default is 4000 (4 seconds).

This is useful for debugging shutdown in a farm RIP by delaying the controlling RIP killing the farm RIP after it has sent a ModuleStop message.



This is the time the libripfarm library

will wait when asked to receive a reply message.

The default time of 2 seconds should be sufficient for production use, but when debugging components, it may be useful to set it much larger so that processes can be paused and examined without timing out a reply wait (for example, set it to 100000000).

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