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cdsclerk(1m)							  cdsclerk(1m)

       cdsclerk - Manages the interface between clients and the CDS server

       cdsclerk [-D] [-w route]

       For  debugging  use  only. Causes the cdsadv clerk process not to fork.
       Routes serviceability messages.

       The cdsclerk command manages the interface between clients and the  CDS

   Privilege Required
       You must log in as superuser (root).

       This  command  is  used	by  the advertiser on the system where the CDS
       clerk is running. You should use this command interactively only to  do
       diagnostic work on the host system.

       Before  you  run the following process, make sure that other clerks are
       not running.  To start the cdsclerk process, follow these steps:

       Make sure that a CDS server is already  running	somewhere  within  the
       cell.   Log in to the system as superuser (root).  Log in to DCE as the
       machine principal of the local host. Enter the principal	 name  in  the
       format  /hosts/hostname/self  as shown in the following example command
       for  a  host  named  orion  whose  password  is	smith:	 #   dce_login
       hosts/orion/self	 smith	Enter the following command to see if the dced
       process is already running: # ps

       If the dced process appears on the list of active processes, proceed to
       step 5.	If the dced process does not appear on the list of active pro‐
       cesses, enter the following command to start the process: # dced	 Enter
       the  following  command to start the cdsadv process: # cdsadv Enter the
       following command with the appropriate arguments to start the  cdsclerk
       process: # cdsclerk

       Books: OSF DCE Administration Guide


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