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in device configuration, what do root privileges allow for?
these tasks include adding and deleting a device from the system, changing the attributes of a device, and displaying information about a device.
what is the command lsdev -P used for?
provides a list of all supported devices.
what do device methods perform?
well-defined configuration tasks such as defining and undefining a device in the configuration database, configuring and unconfiguring a device, and modifying the characteristics of a device.
what is cfgmgr?
cfgmgr is a program that automatically confiugres devices on your system during system boot and run time
device configuration is divided what 3 ways?
root privilege, device method, and non-root privilege tasks.
which command can be used to find out the attributes of a predefined device?
lsattr -D
what are the 2 types of configuration databases?
PREDEFINED- contains configuration data for all devices supported by the system.
CUSTOMIZED- contains configuration data for only the defined and configured devices in the system.
what is the command lsdev -P -H used for?
this command displays a list of predefined devices.
what 4 states can devices be in?
undefined, defined, available, and stopped.