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       icegridnode - The IceGrid node server.


       icegridnode [options]


       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:


       -h, --help
              Displays help message.

       -v, --version
              Displays the Ice version.

              Run as a daemon.

       --pidfile FILE
              Write process ID into FILE.

              Do not close open file descriptors.

              Do not change the current working directory.

              Do not print security warnings.

              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)