D.2. Table Definitions

An example is given later in this appendix, but for that example to make sense, you need some understanding of the contents of the two tbl2filed tables. Laddie uses tbl2filed to help with the networking configuration, and you may find the tables easier to understand by looking at them in a running Laddie system. Boot the Laddie CD and follow the tbl2filed link at

D.2.1. The tbl2file Table

The table of managed file information, tbl2file, has the following columns:

 name // name of the file path // full path to the file do_commit // flush values to the file on 0->1 timestamp // time we last read/parsed file do_script // run script on 0->1 transition script_parms // the parameters ...

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