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sercmd usage examples


help:
	sercmd  -h

use an udp ser control socket:
 ser config:
  loadmodule "modules/ctl/ctl.so"
  modparam("ctl", "binrpc", "udp:localhost:2046")
  modparam("ctl", "binrpc", "tcp:localhost:2046")
  modparam("ctl", "binrpc", "unixs:/tmp/unix_stream")
  modparam("ctl", "binrpc", "unixd:/tmp/unix_dgram")

 sercmd:
	sercmd -s udp:localhost:2046 core.version

use a tcp socket:
	sercmd -s tcp:localhost:2046 core.version

use a stream unix socket:
	sercmd -s unixs:/tmp/unix_stream core.version

use a datagram unix socket:
	sercmd -s unixd:/tmp/unix_dgram core.version



list available commands on ser side:
	sercmd -s unixd:/tmp/unix_drgam ls

list all available commands (including sercmd builtins or aliases):
	sercmd -s unixd:/tmp/unix_dgram ?
or
	sercmd -s unixd:/tmp/unix_dgram help

get help on one command:
	sercmd -s unixd:/tmp/unix_dgram help core.ps

list ser processes:
	sercmd -s unixd:/tmp/unix_dgram ps

send an rpc command to ser:
	sercmd -s unixd:/tmp/unix_dgram core.shmmem

format the output:
	sercmd -s unixd:/tmp/unix_dgram -f 'pid:%v desc:"%v"\n' core.ps
	(note: you could use just ps instead of core.ps)
	
format the output as csv:
	sercmd -s unixd:/tmp/unix_dgram -f '%v,' core.ps

enter interactive mode:
	sercmd -s unixd:/tmp/unix_dgram
	(note: type help,or ? to see the command list, tab expansion should also
	 work)