Provided by: sblim-cmpi-common_1.6.4-0ubuntu2_all
cmpi-provider-register - install class definitions (MOFs) and registration data for a variety of supported CIMOMs
cmpi-provider-register [-h] [-v] [-d] [-t <cimserver>] [-n <namespace>] -r reg file [...] -m mof file [...]
cmpi-provider-register will install schema mofs and register providers for a variety of CIMOMs. CIM Providers should call this script during their installation to get properly registered into the current running CIMOM. Supported CIMOM's: pegasus sfcb openwbem sniacimom
-h display help message -v verbose mode -d deregister provider and uninstall schema -t specify cimserver type (pegasus|sfcb|openwbem|sniacimom) -r specify registration files -m specify schema mof files -X create repository for alternate platform (sfcb only at the moment) -n target namespace definition (default: root/cimv2)
FORMAT OF THE REGISTRATION FILE
The registration file is a text file with a list of providers to register each per line. Each line has the following information: Classname Namespace ProviderName ProviderModule ProviderTypes ... Example: Linux_Processor root/cimv2 OSBase_ProcessorProvider cmpiOSBase_ProcessorProvider instance Linux_RunningOS root/cimv2 OSBase_RunningOSProvider cmpiOSBase_RunningOSProvider instance association
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