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Manual Reference Pages  -  NSADMIN (1)

NAME

nsadmin - MICO naming service administration tool

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Files
Copyright
Author

SYNOPSIS

nsadmin [command ...]

DESCRIPTION

nsadmin provides a user interface to the COS naming service. If invoked with no command line options (except ORB specific ones, such as -ORBNamingAddr) it will enter interactive mode, show a prompt and wait for user input. Otherwise the command line arguments are evaluated as a command. Below is a short description of the supported commands. Context or binding names follow the syntax of Unix file names: slashes are used to separate context names; names starting with a slash are relative to the root, everything else is relative to the current context; .. stands for the parent context.

OPTIONS

help Gives an overview of all supported commands.
pwd Prints the path of the current naming context.
ls <binding-or-context>
  If <binding-or-context> is a binding this will show the associated stringified IOR. If <binding-or-context> is a context then this will show the contents of it. If <binding-or-context> is omitted the contents of the current naming context are shown.
cd <context>
  Make <context> the current naming context.
mkdir <context>
  Create a new context.
bind <binding> <stringified-IOR>
  Bind <binding> to <stringified-IOR>.
rm <binding-or-context>
  Delete the given binding or context. If the specified argument is a context then all its subcontexts will be removed, too.
exit Quit nsadmin.

FILES

~/.micorc

SEE ALSO

MICO Reference Manual, rsh(1), micod(8), imr(1), ird(8) , micorc(5) , idl(1) , nsd(8)

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 1997, Kai-Uwe Sattler

AUTHOR

Kai-Uwe Sattler
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