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asadmin-delete-threadpool(1as) [sunos man page]

asadmin-delete-threadpool(1AS)					   User Commands				    asadmin-delete-threadpool(1AS)

NAME
asadmin-delete-threadpool, delete-threadpool - removes the named threadpool SYNOPSIS
delete-threadpool --user admin_user [--password admin_password] [--host localhost] [--port 4848] [--secure|-s] [--passwordfile filename] [--terse=false] [--echo=false] [--interactive=true] threadpool_id Removes the threadpool with the named ID. This command is supported in remote mode only. OPTIONS
--user authorized domain application server administrative username. --password password to administer the domain application server. --host machine name where the domain application server is running. --port port number of the domain application server listening for administration requests. --secure if true, uses SSL/TLS to communicate with the domain application server. --passwordfile file containing the domain application server password. --terse indicates that any output data must be very concise, typically avoiding human-friendly sentences and favoring well- formatted data for consumption by a script. Default is false. --echo setting to true will echo the command line statement on the standard output. Default is false. --interactive if set to true (default), only the required password options are prompted. OPERANDS
threadpool_id an ID for the work queue; for example, thread-pool-1, thread-pool-2, etc. Example 1: Using delete-threadpool asadmin> delete-threadpool --user admin1 --password adminadmin1 threadpool-1 Command delete-threadpool executed successfully EXIT STATUS
0 command executed successfully 1 error in executing the command asadmin-create-threadpool(1AS), asadmin-list-threadpools(1AS) J2EE 1.4 SDK March 2004 asadmin-delete-threadpool(1AS)

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asadmin-delete-auth-realm(1AS)					   User Commands				    asadmin-delete-auth-realm(1AS)

NAME
asadmin-delete-auth-realm, delete-auth-realm - removes the named authorized realm SYNOPSIS
delete-auth-realm --user admin_user [--password admin_password] [--host localhost] [--port 4848] [--secure|-s] [--passwordfile filename] [--terse=false] [--echo=false] [--interactive=true] auth_realm_name Removes the named authorized realm. This command is supported in remote mode only. OPTIONS
--user authorized domain application server administrative username. --password password to administer the domain application server. --host machine name where the domain application server is running. --port port number of the domain application server listening for administration requests. --secure if true, uses SSL/TLS to communicate with the domain application server. --passwordfile file containing the domain application server password. --terse indicates that any output data must be very concise, typically avoiding human-friendly sentences and favoring well- formatted data for consumption by a script. Default is false. --echo setting to true will echo the command line statement on the standard output. Default is false. --interactive if set to true (default), only the required password options are prompted. OPERANDS
auth_realm_name name of this realm. Example 1: Using delete-auth-realm asadmin> delete-auth-realm --user admin1 --passwordfile password --host pigeon --port 5001 db Command delete-auth-realm executed successfully Where db is the auth realm deleted. EXIT STATUS
0 command executed successfully 1 error in executing the command asadmin-create-auth-realm(1AS), asadmin-list-auth-realms(1AS) J2EE 1.4 SDK March 2004 asadmin-delete-auth-realm(1AS)
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