The following describes the variables used in the procedures in this document. Gather the values of the variables if you don't already know them before you try to do the procedures.
channel: The channel name where the messages are queued.
identifier: The Messaging Server instance name used during installation. The installation program automatically added the prefix msg- to the name you specified. For example, if you named the identifier tango, the installation program created msg-tango. This only applies to iPlanet Messaging Server 5.
messaging-pid: Process ID of a Messaging Server daemon.
messaging-service-port: Port number used by a Messaging Service (IMAP, POP, HTTP, and so forth).
msg-instance: The directory on the Messaging Server machine dedicated to holding configuration, maintenance, and information files for a specific instance. This directory is located under server-root. This only applies to iPlanet Messaging Server 5. In Sun Java System Messaging Server 6, it is the config directory.
server-root: The directory on the Messaging Server machine dedicated to holding the server program, configuration, maintenance, and information files. The default location for the Solaris OS version of Sun Java System Messaging Server 6 is /opt/SUNWmsgsr/. See To Obtain the server-root Variable for more information on determining the value of server-root.
windbg-root: The directory on the Windows Messaging Server machine dedicated to holding the Win Debugger program, and configuration, maintenance, and information files.