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       cluadmin - Invokes the cluster management utility.


       cluadmin [OPTION ...]


       The  cluadmin  utility  enables  you  to  manage  cluster  systems  and
       services.  Using the utility, you can:

          o Add, modify, and delete services

          o Disable and enable services

          o Display cluster and service status

          o Modify cluster daemon event logging

          o Backup and restore the cluster database

       When you invoke the cluadmin utility in interactive mode, the cluadmin>
       prompt  appears.   You  can  then  specify  administrative commands, as
       described in the COMMANDS section.


       You can specify the following cluadmin command line options:

       -d, --debug
              Displays extensive diagnostic information.

       -h,-?, --help
              Displays help about the utility, and then exits.

       -n, --nointeractive
              Bypasses  the  cluadmin   utility’s   top-level   command   loop
              processing.    This   option  is  used  for  cluadmin  debugging

       -t, --tcl
              Adds a Tcl command to the cluadmin utility’s  top-level  command
              interpreter.   To  pass  a Tcl command directly to the utility’s
              internal Tcl interpreter, at the cluadmin> prompt,  preface  the
              Tcl  command  with  tcl.   This  option  is  used  for  cluadmin
              debugging purposes.

       -V, --version
              Displays information about the current version of cluadmin.


       Within the cludamin interactive mode, you  can  specify  the  following
       commands at the cluadmin> prompt:

       help [command]
              Displays  help  for  the  specified  cluadmin  command, or, if a
              command is not specified, displays a list of  cluadmin  commands
              for which you can obtain help.

       apropos [string]
              Displays   the   cluadmin  commands  that  match  the  specified
              character string.  If  no  string  is  specified,  displays  all
              cluadmin commands.

       clear  Clears the screen display.

       exit   Exits from the cluadmin utility

       cluster status
              Displays a snapshot of the current cluster status.

       cluster monitor
              Continuously  displays  snapshots of the cluster status at five-
              second intervals.  Press the Return or Enter  key  to  stop  the
              display.  You can specify the -interval  # option with a numeric
              value to display snapshots at the specified  time  interval  (in
              seconds).  In addition, you can specify the -clear yes option to
              clear the screen after each snapshot display,  or  a  -clear  no
              option to not clear the screen.

       cluster loglevel daemon level
              Sets  the  logging  for  the  specified  cluster  daemon  to the
              specified severity  level.   The  cluster  daemons  include  the
              quorumd,  svcmgr,  powerd,  and  hb daemons.  Specify either the
              name of  the  severity  level  or  its  numeric  equivalent,  as
              follows:   emerg (0), alert (1), crit (2), err (3), warning (4),
              notice (5), info (6), or debug (7).

       cluster reload
              Forces the cluster daemons to re-read the cluster  configuration

       cluster name cluster_name
              Sets the name of the cluster to the specified name.

       cluster backup
              Saves  a  copy  of  the  cluster  configuration  database in the
              /etc/opt/cluster/cluster.conf.bak file.

       cluster restore
              Restores the cluster configuration database from the backup copy
              in the /etc/opt/cluster/cluster.conf.bak file.

       cluster saveas file_name
              Saves  the cluster configuration database to the specified file.

       cluster restorefrom  file_name
              Restores the cluster configuration database from  the  specified

       service add [service_name]
              Adds  a  cluster  service  to the cluster database. The cluadmin
              utility will prompt you for information about service  resources
              and properties.

       service modify service_name
              Modifies the resources or properties of the specified service.

       service show state [service_name]
              Displays  the  current  status  of all services or the specified

       service show config service_name
              Displays the current configuration for the specified service.

       service disable service_name
              Stops the specified running service.

       service enable service_name
              Starts the specified disabled service.

       service delete service_name
              Deletes the specified service from the cluster.

       You can use the Tab key to help you identify  cluadmin  commands.   For
       example,  pressing the Tab key at the prompt displays a list of all the
       commands. Entering a letter at the prompt and then pressing the Tab key
       displays the command that begins with the specified letter or a list of
       all the commands that begin with the specified  letter.   Specifying  a
       command  and  then  pressing  the  Tab  key  displays a list of all the
       subcommands that can be specified with that command.

       You can display the history of cluadmin commands  by  pressing  the  up
       arrow  or  down arrow key at the prompt.  The command history is stored
       in the .cluadmin_history file in your home directory.


       The following is an example of using  cluadmin  to  disable  a  running

              cluadmin> service disable nfs_home
              Are you sure? (Y/N/?) y
              notice: Stopping service nfs_home  ...
              notice: Service nfs_home is disabled
              service nfs_home disabled


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       See the Installation and Administration manual for more information.

                                  August 2000                      cluadmin(8)