cdsd(1m)cdsd(1m)NAMEcdsd - Starts the CDS server
SYNOPSIScdsd [-a] [-D] [-l principal] [-w route]
Creates a new namespace if there is not an existing namespace. This
flag is meaningful only when the cell is first configured (that is, the
initial creation of the namespace). For debugging use only. Causes the
cdsd process not to fork. Locksmith mode. Allows the principal speci‐
fied to have full access to all information stored with this server.
Routes serviceability messages.
The cdsd command starts the CDS server.
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 a cdsd
fails to start automatically after a reboot, or if you want to restart
a cdsd after disabling it to perform a backup or to do diagnostic work
on the host system.
To restart a cdsd server, follow these steps: Log in to the server sys‐
tem as superuser (root). Verify that the dced and cdsadv processes are
running. Enter the following command to restart the CDS server: # cdsd
When the server process starts, it starts all clearinghouses on the
Books: OSF DCE Administration Guide