ccsd(8)                                                                ccsd(8)


       ccsd - The daemon used to access CCS cluster configuration files.


       ccsd [OPTION]..


       ccsd is part of the Cluster Configuration System (CCS).  It is the dae-
       mon which accesses cluster the configuration  file  for  other  cluster
       applications.   It must be run on each node that wishes to join a clus-


       -4     Use IPv4 for all communication.  By default, IPv6 is tried, then

       -6     Use IPv6 for all communication.  By default, IPv6 is tried, then

       -h     Help.  Print out the usage syntax.

       -m <multicast address>
              Used to specify the multicast address.   The  keyword  "default"
              can  be  used,  in  which  case "ff02::3:1" is used for IPv6 and
              "" is used for IPv4.

              If you are using IPv4, the default action is to  use  broadcast.
              Specifying  this  option will cause multicast to be used in that

       -n     No daemon.  Run in the foreground.

       -P <port identifier>:<port number>
              You have the option of specifying the port numbers used by ccsd.
              The  port  identifier  is  either:  b, c, or f.  "b" is the port
              which ccsd attempts to communicate with ccsd processes on  other
              machines,  via  broadcast/multicast,  to  obtain or validate its
              config file (cluster.conf).  This is known as the backend  port.
              "c"  is  the  base  port number of two consecutive ports used by
              ccsd processes to communicate  cluster  membership  information.
              This  is known as the cluster base port.  "f" is the port number
              that listens for information requests from the CCS  library  (or
              programs using it).  This is known as the frontend port.

              So, to change the frontend port one might specify -P f:60000.

       -t <ttl>
              Set the multicast threshold (aka time to live).

       -V     Print the version information.


       ccs(7), ccs_tool(8), ccs_test(8), cluster.conf(5)


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