Commit bf55ad45 authored by Tomek Mrugalski's avatar Tomek Mrugalski 🛰

[#10, !3] cache-clear,get documented

parent 2c7b4cfd
"name": "cache-clear",
"brief": "This command removes all cached host reservations.",
"support": [ "kea-dhcp4", "kea-dhcp6" ],
"hook": "host_cache",
"avail": "1.4.0"
"name": "cache-get",
"brief": "Returns full content of the host cache.",
"support": [ "kea-dhcp4", "kea-dhcp6" ],
"avail": "1.4.0",
"hook": "host_cache",
"resp-syntax": "{
\"result\": 0
\"text\": \"123 entries returned.\"
\"arguments\": <list of host reservations>
......@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@
sections describe the commands available.
<section id="cache-flush-cmd">
<section id="command-cache-flush">
<title>cache-flush command</title>
<para>This command allows removal of specified number of cached
host entries. It takes one parameter which defines the number of
......@@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ in FIFO order, so always the oldest entries are removed.
<section id="cache-clear-cmd">
<section id="command-cache-clear">
<title>cache-clear command</title>
<para>This command allows removal of all cached
host entries. An example usage looks as follows:
......@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ certain number of cached hosts, please use cache-flush instead.
<section id="cache-write-cmd">
<section id="command-cache-write">
<title>cache-write command</title>
<para>In general case the cache content is considered a run-time
state and the server can be shutdown or restarted as usual. The
......@@ -121,7 +121,7 @@ any other tool that is able to understand JSON format.
<section id="cache-load-cmd">
<section id="command-cache-load">
<title>cache-load command</title>
<para>See previous section for a discussion regarding use cases
where it may be useful to write and load contents of the host
......@@ -142,7 +142,7 @@ any other tool that is able to understand JSON format.
<section id="cache-get-cmd">
<section id="command-cache-get">
<title>cache-get command</title>
<para>This command is similar to cache-write, but instead of
writing the cache contents to disk, it returns the contents to
......@@ -159,7 +159,7 @@ may be large.
<section id="cache-insert-cmd">
<section id="command-cache-insert">
<title>cache-insert command</title>
<para>This command may be used to manually insert a host into the
cache. There are very few use cases when this command could be
......@@ -220,7 +220,7 @@ may be large.
<section id="cache-remove-cmd">
<section id="command-cache-remove">
<title>cache-remove command</title>
<para>Sometimes it is useful to remove a single entry from the
host cache. A good use case is a situation where the device is up,
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