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       startpar  [-p  par]  [-t  timeout] [-T global_timeout] [-a
       arg] prg1 prg2 ...


       startpar is used to run multiple run-level scripts in par­
       allel.   The  degree of parallelism can be set with the -p
       option, the default is full parallelism.  An  argument  to
       all of the scripts can be provided with the -a option.

       The output of each script is buffered and written when the
       script exits, so output lines of different  scripts  won't
       mix. You can modify this behaviour by setting a timeout.

       The timeout set with the -t option is used as buffer time­
       out. If the output buffer of a script is not empty and the
       last  output  was timeout seconds ago, startpar will flush
       the buffer.

       The -T option timeout works more globally. If no output is
       printed  for  more  than  global_timeout seconds, startpar
       will flush the buffer of the script with the  oldest  out­
       put.  Afterwards  it will only print output of this script
       until it is finished.


       init.d(7), startproc(8)


       2003 SuSE Linux AG, Nuernberg, Germany.


       Michael Schroeder <mls@suse.de>

                             Jun 2003                 STARTPAR(8)

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