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icegridnode - The IceGrid node server.
An IceGrid node is a process that activates, monitors, and deactivates registered server processes. You can run any number of nodes in a domain, but typically there is one node per host. A node must be running on each host on which servers are activated automatically, and nodes cannot run without an IceGrid registry. The IceGrid node server is implemented by the icegridnode executable. If you wish to run a registry and node in one process, icegridnode is the executable you must use. Full documentation for icegridnode is available online at: https://doc.zeroc.com/display/Ice37/icegridnode
-h, --help Displays help message. -v, --version Displays the Ice version. --daemon Run as a daemon. --pidfile FILE Write process ID into FILE. --noclose Do not close open file descriptors. --nochdir Do not change the current working directory. --nowarn Do not print security warnings. --readonly Start the collocated master registry in read-only mode. --initdb-from-replica REPLICA Initialize the collocated registry database from the given replica. --deploy DESCRIPTOR [TARGET1 [TARGET2 ...]] Add or update descriptor in file DESCRIPTOR, with optional targets.
icegridadmin(1), icegriddb(1), icegridregistry(1) icegridnode(1)