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Oracle® Traffic Director Command-Line Reference
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tadm configure-server common_options ([--admin-node] 
[--node-host=node_host] [--node-port=node_port]) 
[--server-user=admin_server_user] [--bind-ip=bind_ip] [--java-home=java_home] --instance-home=instance_home


Use this command to create the administration server and administration nodes. Before you create an administration node, make sure that the administration server is running. The newly created administration node will be registered with the administration server.


If configure-server is executed as a privileged user, then services are enabled on the server by default.


For information about common_options, run the help command.


This option specifies that the command should create an administration node.


Indicates the host name of the administration node.


Indicates the SSL port of the administration node.


Specifies the administrator server user.


Specifies the Java home directory.


Specifies the absolute path name of the directory in which the configuration files and binaries pertaining to the administration server or administration node should be created.


While configuring the administration server, it is used as an ip value for the administration server's default listener. While configuring administration node, it is used as a remote administration server's bind-ip to the administration node.


To configure the administration server:

tadm configure-server --instance-home=/home/otd


The command prompts you to specify the administrator password.

To configure the administration node:

tadm configure-server --user=admin --admin-node --instance-home=/home/otd


The command prompts you for the administration server password.

Exit Codes

The following exit values are returned:

0: command executed successfully

>0: error in executing the command

For more information about exit codes and syntax notations, run the help command.

See Also

help, unconfigure-server, list-nodes