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inetadm(1M)		System Administration Commands		   inetadm(1M)

NAME
       inetadm - observe or configure inetd-controlled services

SYNOPSIS
       inetadm

       inetadm -?

       inetadm -p

       inetadm -l {FMRI	| pattern}

       inetadm -e {FMRI	| pattern}

       inetadm -d {FMRI	| pattern}

       inetadm -m {FMRI	| pattern} ... {name=value} ...

       inetadm -M {name=value} ...

DESCRIPTION
       The  inetadm utility provides the following capabilities	for inetd-man-
       aged SMF	services:

	 o  Provides a list of all such	services installed.

	 o  Lists the services'	properties and values.

	 o  Allows enabling and	disabling of services.

	 o  Allows modification	of the services'property values,  as  well  as
	    the	default	values provided	by inetd.

       See smf(5) for a	description of an SMF service.

       With  no	arguments, inetadm lists all services under inetd(1M) control,
       including such attributes as their current run state and	whether	or not
       they are	enabled.

OPTIONS
       For options taking one or more FMRI operands (see smf(5)	for a descrip-
       tion of an FMRI), if the	operand	specifies a service (instead of	a ser-
       vice  instance),	 and  that service has only a single instance, inetadm
       operates	on that	instance.

       If a service name is supplied and it contains more than	one  instances
       or  a  pattern is supplied and and it matches more than one instance, a
       warning message is displayed and	that operand is	ignored.

       For those options taking	name=value parameters, a description  of  each
       of  the possible	names and the allowed values is	found in the inetd(1M)
       man page.

       The following options are supported:

       -?

	   Display a usage message.

       -p

	   Lists all default inet service property values provided by inetd in
	   the	form  of name=value pairs. If the value	is of boolean type, it
	   is listed as	TRUE or	FALSE.

       -l {FMRI	| pattern}...

	   List	 all  properties  for  the  specified  service	instances   as
	   name=value  pairs.  In addition, if the property value is inherited
	   from	the default value provided by inetd, the  name=value  pair  is
	   identified by the token (default). Property inheritance occurs when
	   properties do not have a specified service instance default.

       -e {FMRI	| pattern}...

	   Enable the specified	service	instances.

       -d {FMRI	| pattern}...

	   Disable the specified service instances.

       -m {FMRI	| pattern}...{name=value}...

	   Change the values of	the specified  properties  of  the  identified
	   service instances. Properties are specified as whitespace-separated
	   name=value pairs. To	remove an instance-specific value  and	accept
	   the default value for a property, simply specify the	property with-
	   out a value,	for example, name= .

       -M {name=value}...

	   Change the values of	the specified inetd default properties.	 Prop-
	   erties are specified	as whitespace-separated	name=value pairs.

EXAMPLES
       Example 1: Displaying Properties	for a Service

       The following command displays the properties for the spray service.

       # inetadm -l network/rpc/spray:default
       SCOPE	NAME=VALUE
		name="sprayd"
		endpoint_type="tli"
		proto="datagram_v"
		isrpc=TRUE
		rpc_low_version=1
		rpc_high_version=1
		wait=TRUE
		exec="/usr/lib/netsvc/spray/rpc.sprayd"
		user="root"
       default	bind_addr=""
       default	bind_fail_max=-1
       default	bind_fail_interval=-1
       default	max_con_rate=-1
       default	max_copies=-1
       default	con_rate_offline=-1
       default	failrate_cnt=40
       default	failrate_interval=60
       default	inherit_env=TRUE
       default	tcp_trace=FALSE
       default	tcp_wrappers=FALSE

       Example 2: Displaying Default Properties

       The following command displays default properties.

       # inetadm -p
       NAME=VALUE
       bind_addr=""
       bind_fail_max=-1
       bind_fail_interval=-1
       max_con_rate=-1
       max_copies=-1
       con_rate_offline=-1
       failrate_cnt=40
       failrate_interval=60
       inherit_env=TRUE
       tcp_trace=FALSE
       tcp_wrappers=FALSE

       Example 3: Changing Property Values for a Service

       The  following  command	changes	rpc_high_version to 3 and tcp_trace to
       TRUE for	the spray service.

       # inetadm -m network/rpc/spray:default \
		rpc_high_version=3 tcp_trace=TRUE
       # inetadm -l network/rpc/spray:default
       SCOPE	NAME=VALUE
		name="sprayd"
		endpoint_type="tli"
		proto="datagram_v"
		isrpc=TRUE
		rpc_low_version=1
		rpc_high_version=3
		wait=TRUE
		exec="/usr/lib/netsvc/spray/rpc.sprayd"
		user="root"
       default	bind_addr=""
       default	bind_fail_max=-1
       default	bind_fail_interval=-1
       default	max_con_rate=-1
       default	max_copies=-1
       default	con_rate_offline=-1
       default	failrate_cnt=40
       default	failrate_interval=60
       default	inherit_env=TRUE
		tcp_trace=TRUE
       default	tcp_wrappers=FALSE

EXIT STATUS
       The following exit values are returned:

       0

	   Operation completed successfully.

       1

	   A fatal error occurred. An accompanying error message will  provide
	   further information.

       2

	   Invalid  arguments were supplied, such as an	ambiguous service FMRI
	   or pattern.

ATTRIBUTES
       See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+
       |      ATTRIBUTE	TYPE	     |	    ATTRIBUTE VALUE	   |
       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+
       |Availability		     |SUNWcsu			   |
       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+
       |Interface Stability	     |Evolving			   |
       +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+

SEE ALSO
       inetd(1M), svccfg(1M), attributes(5), smf(5)

SunOS 5.10			  17 Dec 2004			   inetadm(1M)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | EXAMPLES | EXIT STATUS | ATTRIBUTES | SEE ALSO

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