serviced host

The serviced host command administers host data.

USAGE

serviced host [global options] command [command options] [arguments...]

COMMANDS

The following commands are available for serviced host:
list
Lists all hosts.
add
Adds a host.

If the host is behind a router or firewall for network address translation (NAT), include the option --nat-address to specify the NAT device's hostname or IP address and port of the delegate host.

serviced host add Hostname-Or-IP:4979 Resource-Pool \
    --nat-address==NAT-Hostname-Or-IP:NAT-Port
remove, rm
Removes a host.
register
Sets the authentication keys to use for a host. When KEYSFILE is -, keys are read from standard input (stdin).
set-memory
Sets the memory allocation for a specific host.
help, h
Shows a list of commands or the help for a single command.

OPTIONS

--generate-bash-completion
--help, -h
Shows the help for an option.