Allows you to enable or disable a DBS (Distributed Batch System) slave.
A slave seat provides processing services to the DBS master seat, receiving tasks from the master seat and returning the results. A DBS slave can only actively process requests from one master at a time. In order for the master and slave to communicate, they must be on the same workgroup and port.
|boolean||yes||Turn the slave on or off|
|Name||Flag arguments||Argument type||Exclusive to||Comments|
|integer||Sets the port that the slave uses to listen for broadcasts from the master. It accepts a number value from 1 to 49150 and it must be set to the same port number as the master.|
|1||string||—||Sets this slave as part of the given processing workgroup. See Description above for information about processing.|
// This command will enable a DBS slave and join it as part of
// the "Farming" processing group.
slave on -workgroup "Farming";
slave toggle –workgroup "DBSWorkgroup" – port 5419;