cdsadv(1m)cdsadv(1m)NAMEcdsadv - Starts the CDS client daemon
SYNOPSIScdsadv [-c] [-D] [-s] [-w route]
Specifies cache size in kilobytes. Changing cache sizes causes previ‐
ously cached information to be discarded, including information about
cached servers, so use of this option may necessitate defining a new
cached server. NOTE : Alternatively this can be done by using the tun‐
able parameter cdsadv.cache_size provided in the /opt/dcelo‐
cal/etc/cds.conf file. This parameter takes a cache size in KiloBytes
cdsadv.cache_size: 512 and sets the cdsadv cache size to 512
KiloBytes. cdsadv needs to be restarted for this value to be effective.
This is the recommended method to set cdsadv cache size. For debugging
use only. Causes the cdsadv process not to fork. Causes the cdsadv not
to send or receive advertisements. This argument can be used for diag‐
nostic work involving multiple servers on the same local area network
to limit access to those servers identified with the define cached
server command. Routes serviceability messages.
The cdsadv command starts the CDS client daemon.
You must log in as superuser (root).
This command is ordinarily executed by a DCE configuration or startup
script. You should use this command interactively only when cdsadv
fails to start automatically after a reboot, or if you want to restart
cdsadv after disabling it to perform a backup or to do diagnostic work
on the host system.
To restart cdsadv, follow these steps: Log in to the clerk system as
superuser (root). Verify that the dced process is running. Enter the
following command to restart the cdsadv process:
# cdsadvRELATED INFORMATION
Books: OSF DCE Administration Guide