8.1.1. cctrl Command-line Options

cctrl [ -admin ] [ -expert ] [ -host ] [ -logical ] [ -multi ] [ -no-history ] [ -physical ] [ -port ] [ -proxy ] [ -service ]

Where:

-admin>

Table 8.1. cctrl Command-line Options

Option-admin
DescriptionEnter admin mode when connecting
Value Typestring

Automatically enters admin mode when cctrl connects to the cluster:

shell> cctrl -admin
Continuent Tungsten 2.0
alpha: session established, encryption=false, authentication=false
[ADMIN] /alpha >

-expert>

Table 8.2. cctrl Command-line Options

Option-expert
DescriptionEnter expert mode when connecting
Value Typestring

Automatically enters expert mode when cctrl connects to the cluster:

shell> cctrl -expert
Continuent Tungsten 2.0
alpha: session established, encryption=false, authentication=false
LOGICAL:EXPERT] /alpha >

-host>

Table 8.3. cctrl Command-line Options

Option-host
DescriptionHost name of the service manager to use
Value Typestring
Defaultlocalhost

Allows you to specify the host to connect to when looking for a manager. By default, cctrl will connect to the local host:

shell> cctrl -host host1
Continuent Tungsten 2.0
alpha: session established, encryption=false, authentication=false
[LOGICAL] /alpha >

-logical>

Table 8.4. cctrl Command-line Options

Option-logical
DescriptionEnter logical mode when connecting
Value Typestring

Automatically enters logical mode when cctrl connects to the cluster. This mode is the default when connecting to a typical; using this option forces this mode:

shell> cctrl -expert
Continuent Tungsten 2.0
alpha: session established, encryption=false, authentication=false
LOGICAL:EXPERT] /alpha >

-multi>

Table 8.5. cctrl Command-line Options

Option-multi
DescriptionAllow support for connecting to multiple services
Value Typestring

Allow support for connecting to multiple services

-no-history>

Table 8.6. cctrl Command-line Options

Option-no-history
DescriptionDisable command history
Value Typestring

Prevents cctrl from accessing or recording command history during interaction.

-physical>

Table 8.7. cctrl Command-line Options

Option-physical
DescriptionEnter physical mode when connecting
Value Typestring

Automatically enters logical mode when cctrl connects to the cluster. This mode is the default when connecting to a typical; using this option forces this mode:

shell> cctrl -physical
Continuent Tungsten 2.0
alpha: session established, encryption=false, authentication=false
[PHYSICAL] resource://>

-port>

Table 8.8. cctrl Command-line Options

Option-port
DescriptionSpecify the TCP/IP port of the service manager
Value Typestring
Default9997

Specify the TCP/IP port of the service manager

-proxy>

Table 8.9. cctrl Command-line Options

Option-proxy
DescriptionOperate as a proxy service
Value Typestring

Operate as a proxy service

-service>

Table 8.10. cctrl Command-line Options

Option-service
DescriptionConnect to a specific service
Value Typestring

Enables the selection of a specific service when first connecting to the cluster. For example:

shell > cctrl -service east_from_west
Continuent Tungsten 2.0
east: session established, encryption=false, authentication=false
east_from_west: session established, encryption=false, authentication=false
[LOGICAL] /east_from_west >