This document describes how to start a Shore Shore Value-Added Server (SVAS). We assume that you have installed the software according to the instructions in the installation manual. Among other things, that document explains how to get a Shore server running. This document explains the process in somewhat more detail.
As explained in the document An Overview of Shore, Shore is a client/server system. The server component has a layered architecture built on a core storage manager that facilitates construction of custom-designed value-added servers . The distribution comes with a particular value-added server called the Shore Value-Added Server (SVAS ), which includes support for logical object identifiers, a Unix-like namespace, and demand-fetching of objects into a client-side object cache . This document explains how to run the SVAS and how to control its execution by setting various options.