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Section: SIP Express Router (8) Updated: June 2008
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NAME

sercmd - send commands to SIP Express Router using binrpc  

SYNOPSIS

sercmd [options] [-s address] [ cmd ]  

DESCRIPTION

sercmd is a tool for controlling SER using its ctl module.  

OPTIONS

-s address
unix socket name or host name to send the commands on
-R name
force reply socket name, for the unix datagram socket mode
-D dir
create the reply socket in the directory <dir> if no reply socket is forced (-R) and a unix datagram socket is selected as the transport
-f format
print the result using format. Format is a string containing %v at the places where values read from the reply should be substituted. To print '%v', escape it using '%': %%v.
-v
verbose mode
-V
print version number
-h
this help message
 

address:

[proto:]name[:port]
where proto is one of tcp, udp, unixs or unixd, e.g., tcp:localhost:2048 , unixs:/var/run/ser/ser_ctl
 

cmd:

method
[arg1 [arg2...]]
 

arg:

string or number; to force a number to be interpreted as string prefix it by "s:", e.g. s:1
 

EXAMPLES

sercmd -s unixs:/var/run/ser/ser_unix system.listMethods
sercmd -f "pid: %v  desc: %v\n" -s udp:localhost:2047 core.ps
sercmd ps  # uses default ctl socket
sercmd     # enters interactive mode on the default socket
sercmd -s tcp:localhost # interactive mode, default port
 

SEE ALSO

ser(8)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
address:
cmd:
arg:
EXAMPLES
SEE ALSO

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