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CCS_CONFIG_VALIDATE

CCS_CONFIG_VALIDATE

Section: Maintenance Commands (8) Updated: September 2009
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NAME

ccs_config_validate  

DESCRIPTION

Usage:

ccs_config_validate [options]  

OPTIONS

-h
Print this help, then exit
-V
Print program version information, then exit
-v
Produce verbose output
 

Validating XML configuraton files:

-f configfile
Validate an alternate config file without preloading it with default values.
-l configfile
Validate an alternate config file with preloading of default values (recommended option).
 

Advanced options:

-r
Force validation of runtime config
-C config_loader
Override config plugin loader
-t tempfile
Force temporay file to tempfile
-n
Do not remove temporary file
-o
Overwrite temporary file (dangerous)
 

DEFAULT

Default operation for ccs_config_validate is to load the currently configured environment and verify the outcoming configuration.
Example 1: current environment uses a configuration file (/etc/cluster/cluster.conf).
The user modifies cluser.conf and executes ccs_config_validate without options. The tool will validate the modified cluster.conf after including default values.
Example 2: current environment is set to load the configuration from LDAP. Users
modifies LDAP databse and before pushing the change to the nodes, she/he can issue ccs_config_validate to verify the contents o the LDAP database automatically (as long as the correct LDAP environment is set in the cman/cluster sysconfig/defaults files).


 

Index

NAME
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
Validating XML configuraton files:
Advanced options:
DEFAULT

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