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normally initiated at startup, if u needed to restart errdemon for any reason, how would you do so?
re: lsdev, what are the -C, -c, and -P flags for?
-C= Customized devices.

-c= Device class name.

-P= Predefined device.
what is the errlogger command used for?
allows uou to log operator messages to the system error log.
what do the commands lsdev, lspv, and lspv allow for?
respectively, display device characteristics, display info. about a physical volume within a volume group, display info. about the attributes of a given device.
what does AIX use to log system messages?
what 3 phases of configuration rules are recognized by the cfgmgr command?
Phase 1
Phase 2 (second boot phase for normal boot)
Phase 3 (second boot Phase for service boot)
what is the errdemon?
process that constantly checks the /dev/error file for new entries.
what is SMS and what is it used for?
System Management Services. used to check and configure the system at a hardware level.
what is the diag command for?
diag is the starting point to run a wide choice of tasks and service aids that are used to perform hardware problem determination.
what is the seq number concerning cfmgr?
seq value 1-10. 1 is the highest priority. a value of 0 will be installed last.
what does the cfmgr -i command do?
attempts to install device software automatically for each newly detected device.
what file contorls the behavior of the syslogd daemon?
how do you access SMS?
with machine off, insert sms disk if one is needed, if not start system. press F1 for the graphical SMS or F4 for the ASCII. you can set a password... all hell freezes if you forget it.
what are these 3 commands for:
errclear, errinstall, errupdate?
1. deletes entries from the error log.
2. installs messages in the error logging messag sets.
3. updates the error record template repository.
how do you determine the path to the system error log?
/usr/lib/errdemon -l