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Using the caspctrl Script

In addition to using the Administration Console, you can manage Sun Chili!Soft ASP by using the caspctrl script. This topic describes how to use the script and lists the options it provides.

Caution

Take great care when making the changes described in this section. Changes you make could require a complete reinstall of Sun Chili!Soft ASP, and could void your eligibility for customer support. You should back up your data before making any changes.

Most of the configuration settings described in this section are easily accessed from the Sun Chili!Soft ASP Administration Console. It is strongly recommended that you use the Administration Console whenever possible, as described in "Using the Administration Console" in this chapter.

To use the caspctrl script

   From the Sun Chili!Soft ASP installation directory, type caspctrl at the command prompt, followed by the options you want to use. The correct format is as follows:

caspctrl (-v|version) (-vc|verbose) [-](startdaemon|stopdaemon|starteng|stopeng|startall|stopall|viewlog|clearlog|status)

The options are as follows:

   version: reports the version of Sun Chili!Soft ASP

   verbose: enables the Sun Chili!Soft ASP engines to output status messages to stdout

   startdaemon: starts the Sun Chili!Soft ASP Server daemon

   stopdaemon: stops the Sun Chili!Soft ASP Server daemon (plus any running ASP engines)

   starteng: starts Sun Chili!Soft ASP engine(s) on all Sun Chili!Soft ASP computers in the configuration with running daemons

   stopeng: stops the Sun Chili!Soft ASP engine(s) on all computers running Sun Chili!Soft ASP in the configuration with running daemons

   startall: starts the Sun Chili!Soft ASP daemon and engine(s) on single-computer installations of Sun Chili!Soft ASP

   stopall: stops the Sun Chili!Soft ASP daemon and engine(s) on single-computer installations of Sun Chili!Soft ASP

   viewlog: enables you to view the Sun Chili!Soft ASP Server log

   clearlog: clears the Sun Chili!Soft ASP Server log

   status: reports the status of each Sun Chili!Soft ASP Server in the configuration

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