start syncEngine

Start synchronization engine processes.

Purpose

Note: This subcommand is only available if you have installed the ClearCase Synchronizer.
The ccc start syncEngine subcommand starts the synchronization engine processes after they have been stopped using the ccc stop syncEngine subcommand. This subcommand must be run on the synchronization host. The alias for ccc start syncEngine is ccc start se.

Synopsis

  • To run ccc start syncEngine after you have used ccc login to create stored credentials:

    ccc start syncEngine -r 
    |  --repository-uri ] repository URI or nickname
     { -v  |  --verbose ] } [synchronized stream [...] | [ --L  |  --locallySyncd] ]

  • To run ccc start syncEngine supplying credentials on the command line:

    ccc start syncEngine -r  |  --repository-uri ] repository URI -u  |  --username ] user ID in repository -P  |  --password ] password for user ID in repository { -v  |  --verbose ] } [synchronized stream [...] | [ --L  |  --locallySyncd] ]

Options and arguments

-L  |  --locallySyncd ] 
Operate on all synchronized streams that are synchronized on this host.
-P  |  --password ] password for user ID in repository
The password for the specified user ID in the named repository. If this option is not included on the command line, you are prompted for a password. If you specified a repository URI or nickname for which you have stored credentials using the ccc login command, this option is ignored.
-r  |  --repository-uri ] repository URI
Specifies the repository in which to take this action. If you have stored repository credentials using the ccc login command, you can use the nickname that you supplied for these stored credentials.
-u  |  --username ] user ID in repository
Specifies a user ID that exists in the named repository. If you specified a repository URI or nickname for which you have stored credentials using the ccc login command, this option is ignored.
-v  |  --verbose ]
Provide additional informational messages while operating.
synchronized stream [...]
A space-separated list of synchronized streams, specified by name, for which the process is started. You must specify one or more stream names or include the [ -L  |  --locallySyncd ]  option to specify all streams on this host.
The user has already logged in, the repository nickname is repos and the synchronized stream is IntStream:

$ ./ccc start syncEngine -r repos IntStream
IntStream:
starting synchronization engine


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