LIST.SERVERS

LIST.SERVERS

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The LIST.SERVERS command shows a list of QMNet and VFS servers known to the system.

 

 

Format

 

LIST.SERVERS {ALL} {DETAIL} {LPTR {n}}

 

 

QMNet allows an application to access QM data files on other servers as though they were local files, with complete support for concurrency control via file and record locks. Public servers are visible to all users and are defined by the system administrator using the SET.SERVER command. Private servers are defined using SET.PRIVATE.SERVER and are local to the QM session in which they are defined.

 

The Virtual File System (VFS) allows an application to access other file systems as though they were local files. VFS servers are visible to all users and are defined by the system administrator using the SET.VFS.SERVER command.

 

The LIST.SERVERS command displays a list of the server names that have been defined and to which the user has access. It shows the QM name for the server, the IP address or network name, the port number, the security status, and the user name that will be used to connect. For a VFS server, the VFS handler name is also shown.

 

The security status column, applicable only to public servers, indicates whether specific security rules have been set for this server. See the ADMIN.SERVER command for more details.

 

The ALL option, available only to users with administrative rights, includes servers to which the user has no access.

 

The DETAIL keyword, available only to users with administrative rights, extends the report to show the users/groups that have access for each remote user name. This report needs a screen width of at least 120 characters.

 

The LPTR keyword directs the report to a printer. If the unit number n is not given, the default printer (unit 0) is used.

 

 

Example

 

LIST.SERVERS

Public Servers..  IP address..............  Port...  Sec  User name...........

SALES             193.100.13.11             Default  No   martin

ADMIN             193.100.13.18             4000     Yes  root

Private Servers.  IP address..............  Port...  Sec  User name...........

HR                193.100.13.41             Default       tony

 

 

See also:

The Virtual File System, QMNet, ADMIN.SERVER, DELETE.SERVER, SET.SERVER