naomireset - Command to reset outstanding NAOMI errors.

     naomireset [-i|-h]

     naomireset is a script executed from the command line  which
     will allow the caller to reset any outstanding error that is
     currently being flagged by the NAOMI control system.

     If NAOMI is in an erroneous state, prior to any further com-
     mands  being  executed  upon  the  hardware, any outstanding
     error must be reset.

     When commanded, the script in turn passes a request onto the
     NAOMI data server which in turn requests the NAOMI sequencer
     to perform  the  reset.  See  the  Environment  section  for
     details on how to specify the name of the host which has the
     NAOMI data server running upon it.

     The command  line  options  that  the  program  accepts  are
     detailed below.

     -h   Print usage information about the application.

     -i   Print usage information about the application.

     The script returns the following codes after execution.

     0 - Command completed successfully
          This code is returned when the command is  successfully

     1 - Command Failed
          This code is returned when the command  fails.  Failure
          may  be  due  to  a number of reasons and which will be
          reported to both stdout and to the syslog.

     2 - Command timed out
          The command has failed to  complete  in  the  allocated
          time allowed.

     20 - No command status returned by the NAOMI sequencer
          No command  status  has  been  returned  by  the  NAOMI
          sequencer  so  it is impossible to deduce the status of
          the NAOMI command.

     The script is aware of the following environment variables.

          If the NAOMIHOST environment variable is set, this will
          be  used by the script to establish the location of the
          NAOMI data server. By default, the NAOMI data server is
          expected to found on the

          This should be set to  include  the  directories  which
          contain  the  WHT  OCS support classes. This is done by
          default from the whtobs account.


     Craige Bevil (

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