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hpisettime(1)				     OpenHPI				    hpisettime(1)

       hpisettime - This sample openhpi application excercises Event Log clock APIs.

	hpisettime [-D nn] [-N host[:port]] [-C <cfgfile>] -d mm/dd/yyyy -t HH:MM:SS [-X] [-h]
	hpisettime [--domain=nn] [--host=host[:port]] [--cfgfile=file] --date=mm/dd/yyyy --time=HH:MM:SS [--debug] [--help]

       hpisettime sets new date and time for the Event Log clock.

       If no domain is selected, hpisettime uses a session with the default domain. The selected
       domain id must be configured via the openhpidclient.conf file specified in the

   Help Options:
       -h, --help
	 Show help options

   Application Options:
       -d mm/dd/yyyy, --date=mm/dd/yyyy
	 New date

       -t 24:12:60, --time=24:12:60
	 New time of day in 24-hr format

       -D nn, --domain=nn
	 Select domain id nn

       -X, --debug
	 Display debug messages

       -N "host[:port]", --host="host[:port]"
	 Open session to the domain served by the daemon at the specified URL (host:port).  This
	 option overrides the OPENHPI_DAEMON_HOST and OPENHPI_DAEMON_PORT environment variables.
	 If host contains ':' (for example IPv6 address) then enclose it in square brackets.  For
	 example: "[::1]" or "[::1]:4743".

       -C "file", --cfgfile="file"
	 Use passed file as client configuration file.	This option overrides the
	 OPENHPICLIENT_CONf environment variable.

		hpialarms      hpifan	      hpipower	     hpitop
		hpidomain      hpigensimdata  hpireset	     hpitree
		hpiel	       hpiiinv	      hpisensor      hpiwdt
		hpievents      hpionIBMblade  hpithres	     hpixml
		ohdomainlist   ohhandler      ohparam

       Authors of this man page:

	Peter D Phan (pdphan@users.sourceforge.net)
	Ulrich Kleber (ulikleber@users.sourceforge.net)
	Anton Pak (avpak@users.sourceforge.net)

3.2.1					    2011-09-20				    hpisettime(1)
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