*nix Documentation Project
·  Home
 +   man pages
·  Linux HOWTOs
·  FreeBSD Tips
·  *niX Forums

  man pages->HP-UX 11i man pages -> nondcesvc (4)              


 nondcesvc(4)                      HP DCE                       nondcesvc(4)

 NAME    [Toc]    [Back]
      nondcesvc - file for dceping(8) that lists non-DCE services.

 DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]
      dceping will ping services named in nondcesvc.

      Supported naming conventions for this file are:

        +  CDS Name. Example entry:

           /.:/hosts/foo/someService NAMESPACE PROMPT
           /.:/hosts/foo/someService NAMESPACE NOPROMPT

           You can find CDS namespace entries by using the cdsbrowser(8)

        +  RPC String Binding. Example entry:

           ncacn_ip_tcp:foo.entity.company.com[1755] STRING_BINDING

           You can obtain string bindings from the endpoint map maintained
           by rpcd.  Use the command: rpccp show mappings. Note that the
           host name (foo.entity.company.com in the example) can be replaced
           with the IP address.

        +  RPC Service Interface ID. Example entry:

           someOtherService INTERFACE_ID hostname

           When using this form of name, also include the same entry in the
           wellknownif file.

      Note in the examples above that NAMESPACE, STRING_BINDING, and
      INTERFACE_ID are literal strings that identify which naming convention
      is being used.  PROMPT is a literal string that will associate a login
      context with the NAMESPACE Entry.  This keyword will cause dceping to
      prompt the user for a principal and password that has sufficient
      rights to access the Entry.  NOPROMPT does not cause prompting.
      PROMPT and NOPROMPT are supported by the NAMESPACE naming convention

      Environment Variables are supported in the Service Name.  Use of these
      is similar to environment variable usage in the shell with the
      exception that the variable must reference an absolute name, and not
      another environment variable.  Use of environment variables is
      supported in all naming conventions.

        +  Environment Variable Name. Example entry:

 Hewlett-Packard Company            - 1 -           HP DCE/9000 Version 1.2

 nondcesvc(4)                      HP DCE                       nondcesvc(4)

           /.:/hosts/foo/$SOME_SERVICE NAMESPACE PROMPT
           /.:/hosts/foo/bankServer$(CITY)$(STATE) NAMESPACE NOPROMPT
           $(SECD_INTERFACE_ID) INTERFACE_ID hostname

      If you do not know the names of services that you want to ping before
      dceping is run, and/or you would like to determine such names at
      runtime by providing your own function, you may do so through an entry
      of the following form in nondcesvc:

      full_path_name_of_your_executable BUILD_SVCNAMES

      You specify your function's full path name in
      full_path_name_of_your_executable followed by the literal string
      BUILD_SVCNAMES. Your function should generate, on its stdout, a file
      identical to the nondcesvc file with one difference. The output of the
      executable should not have any BUILD_SVCNAMES entry. It can however
      have any number of NAMESPACE, STRING_BINDING or INTERFACE_ID types of

      Blank lines or lines beginning with # are ignored. You can use either
      spaces or tabs to separate items in a line. The string, endNonDCESvc,
      must occur in the last line of the file as an end of file indicator.

 FILE    [Toc]    [Back]
      /opt/dcelocal/hpadmin/etc/nondcesvc (for HP-UX version 9.x)
      /etc/opt/dce/hpadmin/etc/nondcesvc (for HP-UX version 10.x)

 SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]
      dceping(8), wellknownif(4), rpccp(8), cdsbrowser(8)

 Hewlett-Packard Company            - 2 -           HP DCE/9000 Version 1.2
[ Back ]
 Similar pages
Name OS Title
wellknownif HP-UX file for dceping(8) that contains the well-known interface IDs for core DCE and other services.
getservent Tru64 Get a services file entry from the /etc/services file.
getservent_r Tru64 Get a services file entry from the /etc/services file.
setservent_r Tru64 Open or rewind the services file
setservent Tru64 Open or rewind the services file
inetsvcs.conf HP-UX configuration file for secure internet services
endservent Tru64 Close the network services database file.
endservent_r Tru64 Close the network services database file.
gateways Linux File which lists gateways for routed
ftpusers Linux file which lists users who are not allowed to use ftp
Copyright © 2004-2005 DeniX Solutions SRL
newsletter delivery service