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slptool(1) [centos man page]

SLPTOOL(1)							   User Commands							SLPTOOL(1)

NAME
slptool - SLP command line tool SYNOPSIS
slptool [options] command-and-arguments OPTIONS
options may be: -v (or --version) displays the versions of slptool and OpenSLP. -s (or --scope) followed by a comma-separated list of scopes. -l (or --language) followed by a language tag. -t (or --time) followed by a lifetime tag. -i (or --interfaces) followed by a comma-separated list of interfaces. -u (or --unicastifc) followed by a single interface. command-and-arguments may be: findsrvs service-type [filter] findattrs url [attrids] findsrvtypes [authority] findscopes register url [attrs] deregister url getproperty propertyname EXAMPLES
slptool register service:myserv.x://myhost.com "(attr1=val1),(attr2=val2)" slptool findsrvs service:myserv.x slptool findsrvs service:myserv.x "(attr1=val1)" slptool -i 10.77.13.240,192.168.250.240 findsrvs service:myserv.x slptool -u 10.77.13.237 findsrvs service:myserv.x "(attr1=val1)" slptool findattrs service:myserv.x://myhost.com slptool findattrs service:myserv.x://myhost.com attr1 slptool -i 10.77.13.243 findattrs service:myserv.x://myhost.com attr1 slptool -u 10.77.13.237 findattrs service:myserv.x://myhost.com attr1 slptool deregister service:myserv.x://myhost.com slptool getproperty net.slp.useScopes slptool 2.0.beta2 May 2013 SLPTOOL(1)

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slpd.reg(4)							   File Formats 						       slpd.reg(4)

NAME
slpd.reg - serialized registration file for the service location protocol daemon (slpd) SYNOPSIS
/etc/inet/slpd.reg DESCRIPTION
The serialized registration file contains a group of registrations that slpd(1M) registers when it starts. These registrations are primar- ily for older service programs that do not internally support SLP and cannot be converted. The character format of the registration file is required to be ASCII. To use serialized registrations, set the net.slp.serializedRegURL property in slp.conf(4) to point at a valid slpd.reg file. The syntax of the serialized registration file, in ABNF format (see RFC 2234), is as follows: ser-file = reg-list reg-list = reg / reg reg-list reg = creg / ser-reg creg = comment-line ser-reg comment-line = ( "#" / ";" ) 1*allchar newline ser-reg = url-props [slist] [attr-list] newline url-props = surl "," lang "," ltime [ "," type ] newline surl = ;The registration's URL. See ; [8] for syntax. lang = 1*8ALPHA [ "-" 1*8ALPHA ] ;RFC 1766 Language Tag see [6]. ltime = 1*5DIGIT ; A positive 16-bit integer ; giving the lifetime ; of the registration. type = ; The service type name, see [7] ; and [8] for syntax. slist = "scopes" "=" scope-list newline scope-list = scope-name / scope-name "," scope-list scope = ; See grammar of [7] for ; scope-name syntax. attr-list = attr-def / attr-def attr-list attr-def = ( attr / keyword ) newline keyword = attr-id attr = attr-id "=" attr-val-list attr-id = ;Attribute id, see [7] for syntax. attr-val-list = attr-val / attr-val "," attr-val-list attr-val = ;Attribute value, see [7] for syntax allchar = char / WSP char = DIGIT / ALPHA / other other = %x21-%x2f / %x3a-%x40 / %x5b-%x60 / %7b-%7e ; All printable, nonwhitespace US-ASCII ; characters. newline = CR / ( CRLF ) The syntax for attributes and attribute values requires that you use a backslash to escape special characters, in addition to non-ASCII characters, as specified in RFC 2608. The slpd command handles serialized registrations exactly as if they were registered by an SA. In the url-props production, the type token is optional. If the type token is present for a service: URL, a warning is signalled, and the type name is ignored. If the maximum lifetime of 65535 seconds is specified, the registration is taken to be permanent, and it is continually refreshed by the DA or SA server until it exits. Scopes can be included in a registration by including an attribute definition with tag scopes followed by a comma-separated list of scope names immediately after the url-props production. If the optional scope-list is present, the registations are made in the indicated scopes; otherwise, they are registered in the scopes with which the DA or SA server was configured through the net.slp.useScopes property. If any conflicts occur between the scope list and the net.slp.useScopes property, an error message is issued by way of syslog(3C). Refer to infor- mation regarding LOG_INFO in syslog(3C). Service advertisements are separated by a single blank line. Additionally, the file must end with a single blank line. EXAMPLES
Example 1: Using a Serialized Registration File The following serialized registration file shows an instance of the service type foo, with a lifetime of 65535 seconds, in the en locale, with scope somescope: # register foo service:foo://fooserver/foopath,en,65535 scopes=somescope description=bogus security=kerberos_v5 location=headquarters # next registration... ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWslpr | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |CSI |Enabled | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface Stability | Standard | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
slpd(1M), slp_api(3SLP), syslog(3C), slp.conf(4), attributes(5) Crocker, D. and Overell, P., RFC 2234, Augmented BNF for Syntax Specifications: ABNF, The Internet Society, November 1997. Guttman, E., Perkins, C., Veizades, J., and Day, M., RFC 2608, Service Location Protocol, Version 2, The Internet Society, June 1999. Kempf, J. and Guttman, E., RFC 2614, An API for Service Location, The Internet Society, June 1999. SunOS 5.10 17 Nov 1999 slpd.reg(4)

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