[-]LOAD J=<jurl> | X=<url> | A=<url> | F=<url> [F=<url> ...] [T=<anep_id>] [N=<num>] [V=<jdk>] [S=<arg> ...] [E=<var:val> ...] [D=<dir>] [C=<description>] [I=<file>] [O=<file>] [R=<file>] [G=<debug_option>] [K=0|1|false|true|no|yes]
Instructs Anetd to download one or more files specified by URLs
to a principal's working directory (or a subdirectory thereof), and
optionally start a network service. Note: As of version 1.6, Anetd will
permit the use of file URLs (
file:///) only if authorized
by the TCL (see also section 3.2.2).
See section 3.8.1 for the meaning of the optional -.
Both classpath and class can be a series of directories separated by ``/''. For example, J=http://abone-tcs.sdl.sri.com/java/ants-1.2/~ants/ConfigurationManager specifies the URL of the ANTS application ants.ConfigurationManager located on SRI's http code server in the directory java/ants-1.2/.
~abocc/anetd/bin) and second the EE working directory (including any subdirectory component specified by the D option, if any).
<client-IP-addr>is the address of the host from which the LOAD command was issued. Note that the principal issuing the command is responsible for dealing with any X Window System authentication issues that may arise in the use of remote X servers.
sc.solaris host LOAD J=http://bro.isi.edu/ASP/~asp/AspMain T=15 S=-d0 S=-l7 O=output R=error C=ASP_EEFor loading an ASP EE as a permanent EE on some node:
sc.solaris host -LOAD J=http://bro.isi.edu/ASP/~asp/AspMain T=15 S=-d0 S=-l7 O=output R=error C=ASP_EE
Because the X and A types specify native executables, Anetd automatically appends the extensions solaris, linux, and bsd44 to the URLs, depending on what platform Anetd is running on. For example, suppose that Anetd is running on a Linux machine; the URL http://abone-tcs.sdl.sri.com/executables/ps would actually fetch the file http://abone-tcs.sdl.sri.com/executables/ps.linux.