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clusvcadm(8)						       Red Hat Cluster Suite						      clusvcadm(8)

NAME
clusvcadm - Cluster User Service Administration Utility SYNOPSIS
clusvcadm [-d <service> ] [-e <service> ] [-l] [-u] [-S] [-m <member> ] [-r <service> ] [-R <service> ] [-M <service> ] [-Z <service> ] [-U <service> ] [-s <service> ] [-v] DESCRIPTION
The clusvcadm command allows an administrator to enable, disable, relocate, and restart user services in a cluster. In order to perform cluster service operations, the cluster daemons must be running (and have quorum) on the member system on which the command is invoked. OPTIONS
-d <service> Stops and disables the user service named service -e <service> Enables and starts the user service named service -l Lock services in preparation for cluster shutdown. This should only be used if the administrator intends to perform a global, clus- ter wide shutdown. This prevents services from starting (but not stopping, like -Z does). Once the cluster quorum is dissolved, this state is reset. If a new instance of rgmanager boots while others are locked, the behavior is undefined. -u Unlock resource group managers. This allows services to start again. -S Display whether the resource group managers are locked or not. This can be used to verify the correct operation of the -l and -u options, but is only useful for debugging. -m <member> When used in conjunction with either the -e or -r options, this specifies the preferred target member on which to start the service. -r <service> Relocates the user service named service to another cluster member. -R <service> Restarts the user service named service on the cluster member on which it is currently running. -M <service> Use a special "migration" operation to move the user service named service to another cluster member. Currently, this is only use- ful for virtual machines. Use of migration usually requires special configuration of the local virtual machine manager in order to work correctly. -Z <service> Freezes the service named service on the cluster member on which it is currently running. This will prevent status checks of the service as well as failover in the event the node fails or rgmanager is stopped. -U <service> Unfreezes the user service named service on the cluster member on which it is currently running. This will re-enable status checks. -s <service> Stops the service named service until a member transition or until it is enabled again. -v Display version information and exit. NOTES
Executing -U (unfreeze) on a service which was frozen in the started state while the service owner is offline results in an undefined (and possibly dangerous) condition. Manually ensure all resources are clear before doing this. SEE ALSO
clustat(8) Jan 2005 clusvcadm(8)

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update-service(8)					      System Manager's Manual						 update-service(8)

NAME
update-service - add/remove a service to/from system-wide service supervision SYNOPSIS
update-service --add|--remove service-directory [service-name] update-service --list|--check [service-name] DESCRIPTION
service-directory must be a directory to be used by supervise(8), service-name must not start with a dot, and must not contain a slash. update-service adds or removes the service-directory to the system-wide service supervision provided through daemontools' svscan(8), lists all registered system-wide services, or checks for a specific service-name whether it is registered. When adding a service, and the service-directory resides in /etc/, update-service makes sure that the ./supervise/ subdirectories in the service-directory, and the optional service-directory/log/, are symbolic links pointing into /var/lib/supervise/, unless they already are symbolic links. OPTIONS
--add | -a Add the service directory service-directory to the system-wide service supervision, under the name service-name. If service-name is not specified, update-service will use the basename of service-directory. You can use the svc(8) program to control the newly added service, and the svstat(8) program to query its status, e.g.: # svstat /etc/service/service-name --remove | -r Remove the service directory service-directory, which has been added under the name service-name, from the system-wide service supervision. If service-name is not specified, update-service will use the basename of service-directory. When removing the ser- vice-directory, the exit command is sent to the corresponding supervise(8) process, telling it to take the service down and exit afterwards. You can use the svc(8) and svstat(8) programs to control the removed service, or query its status, e.g.: # svstat service-directory --list | -l If service-name is specified, update-service checks whether service-name is registered as system-wide service, prints a message and exits non-zero if not, or prints the service-name and the directory it points to and exits zero if yes. If service-name is not specified, it prints the names of all system-widely registered services, one per line. --check | -c The same as --list, but update-service doesn't print anything to standard out or standard error. ENVIRONMENT
SVDIR The environment variable $SVDIR overrides the default services directory /etc/service/. FILES
/etc/service/ SEE ALSO
svc(8), svstat(8), svscan(8), svscanboot(8) AUTHOR
Gerrit Pape <pape@smarden.org> update-service(8)
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