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Lists site-wide default properties


ProductCommand type
ClearCasecleartool subcommand
ClearCase LTcleartool subcommand



lssite [ –inq·uire | setting-name ]


The lssite command lists site-wide properties set in the ClearCase or ClearCase LT site config registry and properties that are not currently set.

If you have not set any site-wide properties in the registry use lssite –inquire to list all available properties and their default values. To change the value of a property (that is, set the property in the registry), use the setsite command.




Listing Property Names

lssite lists the site-wide properties that are set in the registry. The properties are displayed in the form name=value.

Lists all available properties and their values. If a property is not set in the registry, lssite displays the default value. An asterisk before a property indicates that it is set in the registry.

Note: The default view cache size is different for 32-bit and 64-bit computers. Therefore, if the view cache size is not set in the registry, lssite –inquire output displays the default size for the computer on which you entered the command.

Displays the property and its value. An asterisk before a property indicates that it is set in the registry.


The UNIX examples in this section are written for use in csh. If you use another shell, you may need to use different quoting and escaping conventions.

The Windows examples that include wildcards or quoting are written for use in cleartool interactive mode. If you use cleartool single-command mode, you may need to change the wildcards and quoting to make your command interpreter process the command appropriately.

In cleartool single-command mode, cmd-context represents the UNIX shell or Windows command interpreter prompt, followed by the cleartool command. In cleartool interactive mode, cmd-context represents the interactive cleartool prompt.

  • List properties that have been set in the registry.

    cmd-context lssite 

  • List all available properties.

    cmd-context lssite –inquire 



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