MYPROXY-REPLICATE(8)  User Contributed Perl Documentation MYPROXY-REPLICATE(8)


       myproxy-replicate - Stores data from the MyProxy master repository to
       all the slave servers.


       myproxy-replicate [options] ...

            [-verbose|-v]                      Print copious output
            [-help|-h]                         Print usage
            [-storage|-r]=<path to repository> Directory of the MyProxy repository.
            [-config|-c]=<path to config file> Directory of the MyProxy Server
                                               configuration file.
            [-debug|-d]                        Run in debug mode


       myproxy-replicate Replicates data.

       This utility will read a specified MyProxy repository and send any new
       or changed data to a slave MyProxy server.  The slave servers are spec-
       ified in the mmyypprrooxxyy--sseerrvveerr..ccoonnffiigg(5) file.

       This utility will need to run at some specified interval in order to
       keep the slave repositories semi current with the Master repository.
       This can best be accomplished using cron, or some similar mechanism.


       -v, -verbose
               Enables verbose debugging output to the terminal.

       -h, -help
               Displays command usage text and exits.

       -u, -usage
               Displays command usage text and exits.

       -r dir, -storage dir
               Specifies the location of the credential storage directory.
               The directory must be accessible only by the user running the
               myproxy-server process for security reasons.  Default:
               /var/lib/myproxy or /var/myproxy or $GLOBUS_LOCA-

       -c file, -config file
               Specifies the location of the myproxy-server configuration
               file.  Default: /etc/myproxy-server.config or


       myproxy-init(1) myproxy-store(1) myproxy-retrieve(1) myproxy-dele-
       gate(1) myproxy-server(8) myproxy-server.config(5)


perl v5.8.4                        2005-05-3              MYPROXY-REPLICATE(8)

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