Output the segment list in a format compatible with the
DII COE Kernel Version 3.1.
Display this help message.
List the segments stored on a machine with the IP address
List the segments stored on a machine with the host name
Sort by segment name (default).
Sort by segment type.
Display the version number.
This tool reads information on installed segments from a computer and
outputs the information to the standard output. The computer where the
segment information will be read is given by the -i or -n option. If
the -i or -n option is not specified, segment information is read from
the local workstation. The output is sorted alphabetically according
to the segment name unless the -st option is provided.
If the -31 option is omitted from the call to _COEListSegs_, the
following information is printed before the list of segments.
The IP Address of this machine is :
The Host name of this machine:
The number of installed segments of this machine is : 13
The output format is
(if there is no patch segment, it does not print out)
If the -31 option is provided, the following information is printed
before the list of segments:
where __ is the IP address of the host, __ is the
name of the host, and __ is the total number of
segments installed on the computer.
The output is formatted as a numbered list with the followin syntax:
index: segment_name : segment_type : home_directory :
segment_version : date_of_installation : patches
_index_ is the index number of the list entry, starting with 1.
(If the -31 option is supplied, this field is omitted.)
_segment_name_ is the name of the segment.
_segment_type_ is the type of the segment installed (e.g. DATA).
_home_directory is the path of the segment home directory.
_segment_version_ is the segment version number.
_date_of_installion denotes the date and time when the segment
was installed, in DTG format.
_patches_ denotes information related to a patch segment.
If there are no patch segments installed on the local
machine, this field is omitted from the output.
There are no notes.
DATE LAST UPDATED
Oct 20, 2000