Sun Java System Messaging Server 6 2005Q4 Administration Reference


The options for this command are:



-f configdbfile

Enables you to specify a local configuration file other than the default. (This option uses information stored in the CONFIGROOT environment variable by default.)

-i inputfile

Imports configurations from a file. Data in the file to be entered in option=value format with no spaces on either side of the pipe. The inputfile should be specified as an absolute path.


Lists configuration parameters stored in the local server configuration file. When used in conjunction with the -v option, specifies that a configuration parameter value be stored in the local server configuration file.

The -l option bypasses the schema checking and only stores the information in the local copy. If you use -l to store an option that is defined in the schema, then it will only be effective if the config DS is unavailable. As soon as the config DS is available, the local copy will be overwritten with the value from the config DS. Therefore, the -l is really only useful in setting options which are not already defined in the schema.


Displays whether or not the listed options are refreshable. 

-o option

Specifies the name of the configuration parameter that you wish to view or modify. May be used with the -l and -i options. Configuration parameter names starting with the word local are stored in the local server configuration file.

-p prefix

Lists configuration parameters with the specified prefix. 

-v value

Specifies a value for a configuration parameter. To be used with -o option. If the -l option is also specified or the configuration parameter name specified with the -o option begins with local, the option value is automatically stored in the local server configuration file rather than the Directory Server.

If you specify no command-line options, all configuration parameters are listed.