Using the Server Utility Programs

Using the Server Utility Programs

Using the Server Utility Programs: You can use command-line parameters to customize the ServeRAID programs.

To use command-line parameters, issue the IPSADM command in the following format:

IPSADM <parameter 1> <parameter 2> ... <parameter n>

Descriptions of the optional command-line parameters are as follows:
IPSADM.LOG server security, see 'Server Security File'.
Command    Description
-?    The -? command displays the help for the valid parameters.
   -p:number    The -p:number command specifies the port number on which
     the server will check for client connections.
     The port number is a parameter used in TCP/IP to distinguish
     between different services on a single server. The default
     for the ServeRAID utilities is port number 1087. You can change
     the port number on the command line if another service on the
     system is using 1087.
   -d    The -d command disables logging of messages to the display.
   -f    The -f command specifies to log messages to the default file,
   -f:filename    The -f:filename command specifies the name of a file
     in which to log messages. Messages can be logged to the
     screen or to a text file on the system. The default setting logs
     messages to the standard output (usually the display), but you can
     disable this by using the -d parameter.
     The -f parameter enables logging messages to a file. Messages consist
     of startup information, connecting and disconnecting clients, and error
     error messages.
   -s:filename    The -s:filename command specifies the name of the file
     that contains security information. For more information about

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