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    idp.sh Command Reference

    Syntax

    idp.sh option

    Description

    Starts, stops, and restarts the IDP engine.

    Options

    Table 1 describes idp.sh options.

    Table 1: Command Reference: idp.sh

    Option

    Usage and Examples

    start

    Starts the main IDP process.


    [root@idp ~]# idp.sh start
    Starting apps...
    Freezing security settings on /dev/hda...Done
    10:48:24 Setting NICs to defined settings............................Done
    10:48:25 Start idpinit...............................................ok
    10:48:26 Starting idpengines.........................................ok
    10:48:28 Enabling layer 2 bypass.....................................ok
    10:48:28 Attaching to NICs...........................................ok
    10:48:28 Setting vr modes............................................ok
    Trying to load last policy [policy-test]...done
    Starting zero copy driver......................OK
    Starting idpLogReader..............................OK
    Starting agent.....................................OK
    Starting idpHMD....................................OK
    Starting sciod.....................................OK
    Starting pkid......................................OK
    

    stop

    Stops the main IDP process.


    [root@idp ~]# idp.sh stop
    Stopping apps...
    sctop: no process killed              Stopped sciod (pid 26245)                 No pidfile for pkid
    Cleaning up remaining instances of pkid...
    Stoppingok                                                                      10:47:07 Stopping idpinit............................................ok
    10:47:09 Stopping idpengines.........................................ok
    

    reload

    Reloads all IDP processes.


    [root@idp ~]# idp.sh reload
    Stopping apps...
    sctop: no process killed
    wc: write error: Broken pipe         Stopped sciod (pid 8774)                   No pidfile for pkid
    Cleaning up remaining instances of pkid...
    Stoppinok                                                                       10:50:01 Stopping idpinit............................................ok
    10:50:03 Stopping idpengines.........................................ok
    Starting apps...
    Freezing security settings on /dev/hda...Done
    10:50:08 Setting NICs to defined settings............................Done
    10:50:09 Start idpinit...............................................ok
    10:50:10 Starting idpengines.........................................ok
    10:50:11 Enabling layer 2 bypass.....................................ok
    10:50:12 Attaching to NICs...........................................ok
    10:50:12 Setting vr modes............................................ok
    Trying to load last policy [policy-test]...done
    Starting zero copy driver......................OK
    Starting idpLogReader..............................OK
    Starting agent.....................................OK
    Starting idpHMD....................................OK
    Starting sciod.....................................OK
    Starting pkid......................................OK
    

    restart

    Restarts the main IDP process.


    [root@idp ~]# idp.sh restart
    Stopping apps...
    sctop: no process killed              Stopped sciod (pid 20702)                 No pidfile for pkid
    Cleaning up remaining instances of pkid...
    Stoppingok                                                                      10:43:44 Stopping idpinit............................................ok
    10:43:46 Stopping idpengines.........................................ok
    Starting apps...
    Freezing security settings on /dev/hda...Done
    10:43:51 Setting NICs to defined settings............................Done
    10:43:52 Start idpinit...............................................ok
    10:43:53 Starting idpengines.........................................ok
    10:43:55 Enabling layer 2 bypass.....................................ok
    10:43:55 Attaching to NICs...........................................ok
    10:43:55 Setting vr modes............................................ok
    Trying to load last policy [policy-test]...done
    Starting zero copy driver......................OK
    Starting idpLogReader..............................OK
    Starting agent.....................................OK
    Starting idpHMD....................................OK
    Starting sciod.....................................OK
    Starting pkid......................................OK
    

    status

    Displays status information for IDP processes.

    The following example shows the output of the idp.sh status command:


    [root@defaulthost admin]# idp.sh status
    Retrieving status...
    idpinit (pid 6618).................................ON
    idpengine_0 (pid 7217).............................ON
    idpengine_1 (pid 7207).............................ON
    idpengine_2 (pid 7211).............................ON
    idpengine_3 (pid 7209).............................ON
    idpengine_4 (pid 7219).............................ON
    idpengine_5 (pid 7257).............................ON
    idpLogReader (pid 12524)...........................ON
    agent (pid 12450)..................................ON
    idpHMD (pid 12510).................................ON
    sciod (pid 12517)..................................ON
    pkid (pids 12566)..................................ON
    

    version

    Displays version information for IDP processes.

    The following example shows the output of the idp.sh version command:


    [root@defaulthost admin]# idp.sh version
    Retrieving version information...
    scio 5.1.136718
    kernel 5.1.136718
    idpLogReader 5.1.136718
    agent 5.1.136718
    idpHMD 5.1.136718
    sciod 5.1.136718
    pkid 5.1.136718.
    

    Published: 2011-02-08