ccvs_report() is used to check on the status of the CCVS daemon and transaction upload processes ( ccvsd and cvupload, respectively). To check the status of ccvsd, set type toserver; to check the status of cvupload, set type toupload. Passing any other string as the type parameter generates a syntax error.
The data returned must be fetched by using a call to ccvs_textvalue() .
echo "Checking the ccvsd status:\n"; $ret = ccvs_report($session, 'server'); echo "Returned: '$ret'; Return type: " . gettype($ret) . "\n"; echo "Textvalue: " . ccvs_textvalue($session) . "\n\n"; echo "Checking the cvupload status:\n"; $ret = ccvs_report($session, 'upload'); echo "Returned: '$ret'; Return type: " . gettype($ret) . "\n"; echo "Textvalue: " . ccvs_textvalue($session) . "\n\n";
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