Command-line command Serveradmin

Discussion in 'Apple' started by Benu, Apr 24, 2004.

  1. Benu

    Benu Guest

    I am reading MAC OS X Server Command-line manual and there are many
    references to the command "serveradmin". However, from a ssh session,
    when I use for example "sudo serveradmin" to see the help for the
    command serveradmin, the system responds with "command not found".

    I have 1) issued man serveradmin -- not found, 2) search the
    apple.docs area -- I did not find installation instructions for
    "serveradmin" tools, 3) searched the system for "serveradmin" -- not
    found, 4) verified that software updates are current, and 5) searched
    this group for previous messages related to serveradmin.

    What am I missing? Is Serveradmin a shareware tool? What needs to be
    installed for the Serveradmin tools referenced in the command-line
    manual to work?

    Thanks for the help
     
    Benu, Apr 24, 2004
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  2. Benu

    Martin Guest

    Sounds like you have a $PATH problem.

    Serveradmin should be accessible using ssh.

    Try declaring the full path:

    /usr/sbin/serveradmin

    AFAIK it *is* part of the standard server installation.

    Regards
     
    Martin, Apr 25, 2004
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