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%s %s process (%d) executable changed
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%s %s processo (%d) executabile cambiate
Suggested by karm on 2016-04-13
Located in init/job_process.c:2222
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Failed to spawn %s %s process: %s
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Falta a deponer %s %s processo: %s
Suggested by karm on 2016-04-13
Located in init/job_process.c:2482
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JOB is the name of the job that is to be started, this may be followed by zero or more environment variables to be defined in the new job.

The environment may also serve to distinguish between job instances, and thus decide whether a new instance will be started or an error returned if an existing instance is already running.
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LABOR es le nomine del labor que debe esser initiate, isto pote esser sequite per zero o plus variabiles de ambiente a esser definite in le nove labor.

Le ambiente pote alsi servir a distinguer inter instantias de labor, e ergo decider si essera initiate un nove instantia o si essera retornate un error si un altere instantia es ancora fluente.
Suggested by karm on 2016-04-10
Located in util/initctl.c:3177
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JOB is the name of the job that is to be stopped, this may be followed by zero or more environment variables to be passed to the job's pre-stop and post-stop processes.

The environment also serves to distinguish between job instances, and thus decide which of multiple instances will be stopped.
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LABOR es le nomine del labor que debe esser stoppate, isto pote esser sequite per zero o plus variabiles de ambiente a esser passate al processos de pre-stop e post-stop.

Le ambiente alsi serve a distinguer inter instantias de labor, e ergo decider qual de plure instantias essera stoppate.
Suggested by karm on 2016-04-10
Located in util/initctl.c:3189
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JOB is the name of the job that is to be restarted, this may be followed by zero or more environment variables to be defined in the job after restarting.

The environment also serves to distinguish between job instances, and thus decide which of multiple instances will be restarted.
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LABOR es le nomine del labor que debe esser re-initiate, isto pote esser sequite per zero o plus variabiles de ambiente a definir in le labor post le re-initio.

Le ambiente alsi serve a distinguer inter le instantias de labor, e assi resolver qual del plure instantias essera re-initiate.
Suggested by karm on 2016-04-21
Located in util/initctl.c:3200
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JOB is the name of the job that is to be sent the signal, this may be followed by zero or more environment variables to distinguish between job instances.
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LABOR es le nomine del labor al qual debe esser mandate le signal, isto pote esser sequite per zero o plus variabiles de ambiente a distinguer inter le instantias de labor.
Suggested by karm on 2016-04-21
Located in util/initctl.c:3211
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JOB is the name of the job that is to be queried, this may be followed by zero or more environment variables to distguish between job instances.
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In Ubuntu:
LABOR es le nomine del labor que debe esser querite, isto pote esser sequite per zero o plus variabiles de ambiente distincte inter le instantias de labor.
Suggested by karm on 2016-04-10
Located in util/initctl.c:3218
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EVENT is the name of an event the init daemon should emit, this may be followed by zero or more environment variables to be included in the event.
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EVENTO es le nomine de un evento que le demone de initio debe emitter, iste pote esser sequite per zero o plus variabiles de ambiente a esser includite in le evento.
Suggested by karm on 2016-04-21
Located in util/initctl.c:3230
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PRIORITY may be one of:
`debug' (messages useful for debugging upstart are logged, equivalent to --debug on kernel command-line);
`info' (messages about job goal and state changes, as well as event emissions are logged, equivalent to --verbose on the kernel command-line);
`message' (informational and debugging messages are suppressed, the default); `warn' (ordinary messages are suppressed whilst still logging warnings and errors);
`error' (only errors are logged, equivalent to --quiet on the kernel command-line) or
`fatal' (only fatal errors are logged).

Without arguments, this outputs the current log priority.
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Prioritate pote ser uno de:
`debug' (le messages utile pro le recerca de defectos de upstart es registrate, equivalente a --debug sur linea de commando del kernel);
`info' (le messages re le scopo del labor e le modificationes de stato, es registrate assi como le emissiones de evento, equivalente a --verbose sur linea de commando del kernel);
`message' (le messages informative e de recerca de defectos es supprimite, per optiones predefinite); `warn' (commun messages es supprimite whilst ancora registra le advertimentos e le errores);
`error' (sol le errores es registrate, equivalente a --quiet sur linea de commando del kernel) o
`fatal' (sol fatal errores es registrate).

Sin argumentos, isto emitte le prioritate actual del registro.
Suggested by karm on 2016-04-21
Located in util/initctl.c:3246
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If CONF specified, show configuration details for single job configuration, else show details for all jobs configurations.
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Si CONF es specificate, monstra le detalios del configuration pro le configuration del singule labor, sinon monstrar le detalios pro le configurationes de tote le obras.
Suggested by karm on 2016-04-21
Located in util/initctl.c:3265
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