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NAME

       cmpi-provider-register   -   install   class   definitions  (MOFs)  and
       registration data for a variety of supported CIMOMs

SYNOPSIS

       cmpi-provider-register [-h] [-v] [-d] [-t <cimserver>] [-n <namespace>]
       -r reg file [...]  -m mof file [...]

DESCRIPTION

       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

OPTIONS

       -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

AUTHOR

       This manpage was written by Mathias Gug <mathias.gug@canonical.com> for
       Ubuntu  systems  (but may be used by others).  Permission is granted to
       copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU
       General  Public  License,  Version  3  published  by  the Free Software
       Foundation.

       On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public  License
       can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.