configd [-b] [-B
bundle_ID] [-d] [-t
pathname] [-v] [-V
This is the System Configuration Server.
configd is normally started as a daemon during the
boot process. It monitors changes to network-related items, such as
link status, DHCP assignments, PPP connections, and IP configuration,
and provides an API for applications to be notified of these changes.
To monitor various items, it uses a set of plug-in configuration
agents, including the Preferences Monitor, the Kernel Event Monitor,
the PPP Controller Agent, the IP Configuration Agent, and the IP
Monitor Agent. The agent plug-ins are located in
More information on the System Configuration framework can be found at http://developer.apple.com/techpubs/macosx/Networking/SysConfigOverview926/.
Disables loading of all agents.
Disables loading of the specified agent.
Disables daemonization; runs process in foreground.
Loads the agent specified by
Enables verbose logging.
Enables verbose logging for the specified agent.