Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 534547
identify prompt command: be able to specify the server with just a hostname
Last modified: 2009-11-10 16:22:32 EST
the identify prompt command requires you to specify a full remoting locator URI if you want to identify a server in the cloud that is NOT the one the agent is currently talking to.
make it so you can just specify the hostname (and pick up the rest from the agent configuration , like the "failover --switch" allows you to do).
Here's the new syntax help - note that you can still specify the full URI if you want, but you can now also just say "identify server-hostname" and the transport, port and transport params are taken from the agent config.
> help identify
Syntax: identify [endpoint]
This will send a request-for-identification message to a remote server.
If you do not specify an endpoint (either as a hostname or full URI), this will
send the command to the RHQ Server. If you wish to identify
a different endpoint, you can specify it as an argument to this command.
This bug was previously known as http://jira.rhq-project.org/browse/RHQ-1333