Sinit

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NAME

Sinit - initializes SRB client environment.

SYNOPSIS

Sinit [-v]

DESCRIPTION

Sinit initializes the client environment session by making a copy for this session from the original Client Environment file. The Client Environment file is normally located in ~/.srb/.MdasEnv.

The name of the session Client Environment file is based on the parent's (possibly shell) process identifier.

Sinit allows more than one parallel session to be manintained from a user's account. (usually through separate shells).

Sinit should be the first SRB command to be given before invoking any other S-commands. Otherwise error 1200 (UTIL_ERROR_ENV_FILE_OPEN) will result.

Sinit will use your password from your ~/.srb/.MdasAuth file (or .srbAuthFile), or if those do not exist, it will prompt for your password and create a temporary scrambled .srbAuthFile. This temporary .srbAuthFile is removed when you run Sexit. Also see Sauth.

Recommended to have it as part of login script.


OPTIONS

-v
Display the client and server release versions. The output gives a "release version" and an "API version". A client may communication with servers with different "release versions", but they must have the same "API version".

SEE ALSO

Sexit, Senv, Sauth