The mpsadmserver command is a comprehensive front end to the utility programs provided by Administration Server.
The following subcommands are supported:
Deprecated subcommand. Use the Server Console to update the local Administration Server configuration file and configuration directory instead. When your computer system's IP address changes, you must change to the new IP address, as failing to do so would prevent you from being able to start Administration Server.
Configures Administration Server. This subcommand creates a basic configuration for Administration Server that is used to manage a set of Sun Java System products, referenced in a specific configuration directory.
The configure subcommand has two modes of operation. You can invoke it with a GUI-based interaction to gather input. Alternatively, you can provide input in a configuration file using the -f option.
The configure subcommand supports the following option:
Specifies the configuration file for silent configuration.
Display mpsadmserver usage message or subcommand specific usage message. To obtain a usage message for the mpsadmserver command itself, type mpsadmserver help and to obtain a usage message for a mpsadmserver subcommand, type mpsadmserver subcommand help.
Starts the SNMP master agent.
Restarts Administration Server.
Starts the proxy SNMP agent. For more information, see the Administration Server Administration Guide.
Starts Administration Server.
Starts Sun Java System Server Console which enables you to manage certain installed Sun Java System servers. However, prefer use of the mpsconsole(1m) command.
Stops Administration Server.
Synchronizes upgraded Administration Server settings with those stored in the configuration directory. The configuration directory server must be available for this step to complete properly.
Unconfigures Administration Server. This subcommand stops Administration Server and the SNMP master agent and removes all changes created by the configure command.
The unconfigure subcommand has two modes of operation. You can invoke it with a GUI-based interaction to gather input. Alternatively, you can provide input in a configuration file using the -f option.
The unconfigure subcommand supports the following option:
Specifies the configuration file for silent unconfiguration.
The following command configures Administration Server using a configuration file:
example% /usr/sbin/mpsadmserver configure -f /usr/admserv/setup_data/typical.ins
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
|ATTRIBUTE TYPE||ATTRIBUTE VALUE|
directoryserver(1m), mpsconsole(1m), mpsadmconfig(1m)
Administration Server Administration Guide
Directory Server Administration Guide
Directory Server Administration Reference