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enable(1m)							    enable(1m)

       enable - Starts the DTS entity on the local node.

       dtscp enable [set clock boolean]

       Specifies  whether  the	clock is abruptly set or gradually adjusted to
       the computed time. This argument is optional. Valid values for  boolean
       are  The	 clock	is  gradually adjusted. This is the default condition.
       The clock is abruptly set.

       After the DTS entity is created with the dtscp create  command,	it  is
       still  in  a  non-functioning state. To put it into operation, you must
       invoke dtscp enable, which causes an immediate synchronization to  take
       place.  When the command is executed, the status attribute state is set
       to on.

       In addition, you may use the enable command to activate	a  DTS	entity
       that has previously been deactivated with the disable command.  See the
       disable reference page in this chapter for more information.

   Privilege Required
       You must have write permission on  the  ACL  associated	with  the  DTS
       entity in order to execute the command.

       The  DTS	 entity	 cannot be enabled until it is created with the create
       command; the DTS entity must be in the off state.

       This command is replaced at Revision 1.1 by the dcecp command  and  may
       not be provided in future releases of DCE.

       The  following  example	shows  how to enable the entity and adjust the
       clock gradually to the computed time following the  first  synchroniza‚Äź
       tion:  dtscp>  enable  The  following  example  shows how to enable the
       entity and abruptly set the clock to the computed  time	following  the
       first synchronization: dtscp> enable set clock true

       Commands: create (1m), disable (1m)


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