The syncNode command forces a configuration synchronization to occur between the node and the deployment manager for the cell in which the node is configured.
The node agent server runs a configuration synchronization service that keeps the node configuration synchronized with the master cell configuration. If the node agent is unable to run because of a problem in the node configuration, use the syncNode command to perform a synchronization when the deployment manager is not running in order to force the node configuration back in sync with the cell configuration.
The command syntax is as followswhere the <deploymgr host> argument is required.syncNode <deploymgr host> <deploymgr port> [options]
The following options are available for the syncNode command:
- Tells the syncNode command to stop all servers on the node, including the node agent, before performing configuration synchronization with the cell.
- Tells the syncNode command to launch the node agent process after configuration synchronization completes.
- Tells the syncNode command not to wait for successful initialization of the launched node agent process.
- Suppresses the progress information that the syncNode command prints in normal mode.
- -logfile <fileName>
- Specifies the location of the log file to which information gets written.
- Defines the profile of the Application Server process in a multi-profile installation. The -profileName option is not required for running in a single profile environment. The default for this option is the default profile.
- Replaces the log file instead of appending to the current log.
- Generates trace information into a file for debugging purposes.
- -timeout <seconds>
- Specifies the waiting time before node agent initialization times out and returns an error.
- -statusport <portnumber>
- Specifies that an administrator can set the port number for node agent status callback.
- -username <name>
- Specifies the user name for authentication if security is enabled. Acts the same as the -user option.
- -user <name>
- Specifies the user name for authentication if security is enabled. Acts the same as the -username option.
- -password <password>
- Specifies the password for authentication if security is enabled.
- -conntype <type>
- Specifies the Java Management Extensions (JMX) connector type to use for connecting to the deployment manager. Valid types are Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) or RMI.
- Prints a usage statement.
- Prints a usage statement.
The following examples demonstrate correct syntax:syncNode testhost 8879 syncNode deploymgr 8879 -trace (produces the syncNode.log file) syncNode host25 4444 -stopservers -restart (assumes that the deployment manager JMX port is 4444)
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