[[id, protocol-version, addr, version, description], ...] The clients that have connected to this server.
The frequency of the server clock. This defines the granularity of time stamps.
[[id, name, class, master], ...] The known links.
The minimum latency when communicating between time domains. The latency is expressed in the clock cycles defined by the frequency attribute.
TCP port that Central will listen to. When set to nil, or an invalid value, such as -1, Central will not listen to any port at all. When set to 0, Central will pick an available TCP port.
Unix domain socket that Central will listen to. When an empty file name is given, Central will not listen to any Unix domain socket at all. This is only available on Unix hosts.
File mode for Unix domain sockets (see the attribute unix-socket).
|connections||list current connections|
|info||print information about the device|