check_conf.sh Usage

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check_conf.sh Usage

The check_conf.sh utility verifies that the needed Indexing and Search Service services are running and that the password provided is able to authenticate to the service. The utility reads the iss_base/etc/jiss.conf file and the iss_base/etc/jiss_passwd.conf file for configurations.

Location: iss-base/bin/check_conf.sh

Syntax

check_conf.sh [ -v ] [ -h ] [ -t TYPE ]

Options

These are the options for this command:

Option Description
-t TYPE Optional. Defaults to all. The type of service to check:
all: All components
web: Checks GlassFish configurations
jmq: Checks Oracle Glassfish Message Queue configurations
ldap: Checks Directory Server configurations
index: Checks Index and starts Indexing services
ms: Checks message store configurations
-v Optional. Enable shell debugging.
-h Optional. Prints help text.

Exit code 0 indicates a success.
Exit code 1 indicates a failure.

Arguments can appear in any order.

Example

Single machine install:

# /opt/sun/comms/jiss/bin/check_conf.sh
No type defined (jmq, ldap, web) default to all
Hostname match found
test3.example.com:4848 (tcp) => Active
test3.example.com:80 (tcp) => Active
checking test3.example.com 389
checking test3.example.com 7676
Version string matched in headers: 101 imqbroker 4.[2-9]
test3.example.com:143 (tcp) => Active
checking test3.example.com 7676
checking test3.example.com 389
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