system set - set a new system
system set [-f] [-t] [-v] [-s] [-n] [-N node] [-S] [-xcommand]
Only the system manager needs to use this command, when a final
integration of a system or a system part is going to be done. The
system set command sets an environment for the specified system, which
Set working directory to the system directory or subdirectory in the
Define the following environment variables:
SDE_CONFROOT=system_configuration current root
Optionally create a new terminal window. Set the following prompt for
the shell: Node:system$
Optionally create a VerWork and Softbench Development Manager window.
In that case it creates the ~/.softenv file which includes all current
environment variables and SDE_SYSTEM variables described above.
Optionally create a VUE File Manager window.
The name of a system or the subsystem path of a part of the
system to be setup.
-f Executes the command without asking about the parameters.
Creates a new terminal window.
Creates a new file manager window.
Creates a new VerWork and Softbench Development Manager window.
Creates ~/.softenv file that includes environment variables.
-S Creates only the ~/.softenv file that is used by Softbench
applications. If the same .softenv is already created (i.e. it
has the same SDE_CONFROOT variable) the new .softenv file is not
Creates a new process in the same terminal window from which the
command is invoked. If options -v -t -s are not specified this
option is the default one.
Creates a terminal or softbench window on a remote node Node.
Sets up the system and execute the specified command as a sub-
process. If a new terminal window was required (-t option), then
the command is executed in the created terminal.
$ system set ex_system