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dceping(8)							    dceping(8)

       dceping	-  test	 the  ability to contact DCE services from a local DCE

       dceping [-n number] [-s time] [-v] [-C] [service_name ...]  required to
       specify	the  literal  strings,	NAMESPACE or STRING_BINDING (see nond‐

       -n number Specify the number of pinging cycles. Each service is	tested
		 once  per cycle. The default is one pinging cycle. Specifying
		 -n 0 makes pinging continuous.

       -s time	 Specify time, in seconds, to wait between pinging cycles. You
		 must  specify	more than one pinging cycle with the -n option
		 in order to use -s.

       -v	 Run in verbose mode.

       -C	 Ping only core DCE services. This option is ineffective if  a
		 service_name is specified on the command line.

       dceping	verifies  that a local DCE client can communicate with DCE and
       other services.	It uses the RPC management interface to	 determine  if
       the  DCE	 service  is  listening.   The	core DCE services that dceping
       checks include secd, cdsd, gdad, rpcd, cdsadv, dtsd, and sec_clientd.

       You can ping other DCE and non-DCE services by naming them in the file,
       /opt/dcelocal/hpadmin/etc/nondcesvc.  If	 you  want to determine at run
       time what services you want dceping to ping, you may do	so  using  the
       same file.  See the manpage, nondcesvc(4), for more information.

       You  may	 specify the services to ping on the command line separated by
       blanks. In this case, dceping does not ping any DCE  core  services  or
       the  services  listed  in /opt/dcelocal/hpadmin/etc/nondcesvc. The ser‐
       vice_name specified could be either a name in the  DCE  Cell  Directory
       Service Namespace or an RPC string binding. It is not

       dceping was developed by HP.


       nondcesvc(4), wellknownif(4)

HP DCE								    dceping(8)

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