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Most used AIX commands
These are my most used AIX 4.3.3 commands. (I'm working with the Korn shell) acledit "file" aclget "file" aclget "input file" | aclput "output file" aclget -o "output file" "input file" aclput -i "input file" "output file" alog f /var/adm/ras/bootlog -o alog -t boot -o alt_disk_install -d "tape device" "physical volume" alt_disk_install -d "tape device" -B "physical volume" alt_disk_install -C -b update_all -l "cdrom device" "physical volume" alt_disk_install -X anacheck -ap arp -a at -l echo ""command"" | at 0600 echo ""command"" | at 2300 friday audit start audit stop audit query audit off audit on auditpr -v < "auditing log file" auditstream | auditpr -v > /dev/console & for changing the ACL(access control list) of a file shows the ACL of a file for copying an ACL writes an ACL to an ACL temporary file

writes an ACL from an ACL temporary file for viewing the boot logs for viewing the boot logs

installs an alternate rootvg on the physical volume installs an alternate rootvg and does not change the bootlist creates a cloned rootvg with another AIX level on a physical volume removes a cloned rootvg

error analysing for Escala E + T shows the connection of the Ethernet number with the MAC adress lists up all jobs you have sent to be run later runs a command at 6 o'clock on the same day runs a command at 23 o'clock on the next friday for starting auditing for stopping auditing for displaying the audit status for suspending auditing for restarting auditing to read the system audit tail file with default header titles and fields for displaying all audit records on the console shows the architecture of your hardware

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bootinfo -p bootinfo -z bootinfo -b bootlist -m normal cd0 bootlist -m normal -o bootlist -m service -o bootlist -m service "first boot device" "second boot device" bosboot -a bosboot -ad "disk" bsh cancel "print job number" cat "file" cat "file" | grep -c "^$" cat "file" > "print device" cat "file" | rsh "host" "qprt P "queue"" cd "directory" cd cd ~"user" cd .. cd ../..

indicates if your system is a uniprocessor model or not (output = 1 indicates a multiprocessor model) returns the last boot device for booting the system next time from a CD-drive for viewing the normal bootlist for viewing the service bootlist for changing the service bootlist to create a boot image on the default boot logical volume on the fixed disk from which the system is booted for fixing a corrupted boot logical volume (BLV) on the specified disk starts a born shell for killing a print job for viewing a file counts the number of empty lines in a file for sending a file directly to the printer without using a queue for printing a file on a remote host for changing the actual directory for changing to the your home directory for changing to the home directory of the specified user for changing to the parent directory of the current directory moves you two directories up in the tree shows the devices as they are configured attempts to install device software support for each new detected device executes the second boot phase (normal boot) configuration rules executes the second boot phase (normal boot) configuration rules for changing the gecos(general user information stored in /etc/passwd) information of the current user for changing the gecos information of a user

cfgmgr -v cfgmgr -i cfgmgr -s cfgmgr

chfn chfn "user" chdev -l sys0 -a autorestart=true chdev -l "tape device" -a block_size=512 chdev -l "tape device" -a block_size=0 chfs -a size="new size" "file system" chfs -a size=+"size" "file

for activating the automatically reboot after a system crash for changing the block size of a tape drive to 512 for reading a tape from that you don't know the block size

for changing the size of a file system for increasing the size of a file system

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system" chgrp "group" "file" chitab "inittab statement" chmod 0777 "file" chown "user" "file" changes the group of a file for disabling a statement of the /etc/inittab gives everybody the right to read, write and execute the specified file changes the owner of a file

chpv -va "physical defines the disk as active volume" brings the disk into the removed state chpv -vr "physical volume" chsec f /etc/security/prolog s /dev/tty0 -a locktime=0 chtcb on "file" chtcb off "file" chtcb query "file" chvg -u "volume group" chvg -B "volume group" chvg -Qn "volume group" cmp "first file" "second file" cmp -s "first file" "second file" compress -v "file" cp "file" "destination" cp -p "file" "destination" cpio -itv <"storage device" ls * | cpio -ov >"storage device" find . -cpio "storage device" -print find . -print | cpio -pd "target directory" find . -print | cpio -pdl "target directory" cplv crfs csh crash "dump file or dump device" "kernel" to unlock a locked tty marks a file for being trusted marks a file for being not trusted checks if a file is trusted for unlocking an ODM-locked volume group changes a volume group to a big volume group disables the quorum functionality of a volume group to determine whether two files are identical silent compare, returns a 0 if the files are identical compresses a file copies a file to the destination copies a file without changing the attributes (date, owner...) of it to list up all copied files on a storage medium to copy all files in the current directory onto a storage device to copy all files in the current directory including subdirectories to copy all files in the current directory including subdirectories to another directory to copy all files in the current directory including subdirectories to another directory and uses links if possible copies a logical volume (no mirroring) for creating a file system starts a c shell for analyzing a dump

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crontab -l crontab -e date dd count=1 bs=4k skip=31 seek=1 if=/dev/hd4 of=/dev/hd4 dd if="input file" of="output file" conv=ebcdic df df -k df -tk "file system" diag diff "first file" "second file" diff -w "first file" "second file diff -r "first directory" "second directory" dircmp "first directory" "second directory" dircmp -s "first directory" "second directory" domainname domainname "domainname" du du "file" du -ak "directory" du -sk du -sk "directory" dumpfs "file system" echo "variable" echo * enable "print queue" env errclear 0 errclear -d S 0 errlogger "message"

lists up your crontab for editing your crontab gives out the date and time

to copy the superblock of the root file system from block 31 to block 1 to convert the input file from ASCII to EBCDIC

shows the usage of the file systems in 512-byte blocks shows the usage of the file systems in kB shows the usage of a file system in kB (without inode usage) starts the diagnostic operating instructions compares the contens of two text files to compare two files while ignoring differences in the amount of white space to compare two directories

for comparing two directories for comparing two directories and suppressing information about identical files to find out the domain you belong to for setting your NIS domain displays the blocks (512 Byte) each file uses displays the blocks a file uses shows the usage of a directory for each file and for total in kB displays the total disk usage in kB displays the usage of a directory in kB shows the superblock, i-node map, and disk map information of a file system shows the contents of a variable shows all files of the current directory excluding all that begin with a point for enabling a print queue shows the environment variables deletes all entries of the error log deletes all entries of the error log classified as Software errors writes an error message to the error log

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errpt errpt -a errpt -d H errpt -a -d S errpt -c > /dev/console export "variable"="value" export DISPLAY="local host":0 exportfs -a exportfs "directory" exportfs -u "directory" exportfs -v exportfs -i "directory" exportfs access="group" "directory" -o exportvg "volume group" extendvg "volume group" "physical volume" file "file" filemon find / -user "user" find / -user "user" -exec rm -r {} \; find / -name "file" find / -size +2048 -mtime +30 -exec ls -l {} \; find / -type f -perm -2000 o -perm -4000 find . -ctime 1 find / \( -name a.out -o name '*.o' \) -atime +7 ! fstype nfs -exec \ rm {} \; finger @"host" finger "user"@"host" format fsck fsck -p "file system" fsck -y "file system" fsck -f "file system" ftp fuser -u "file system"

processes a summary report of logged errors does a detailed error report does a summary report of all hardware errors processes a detailed error report of all software errors for real time error logging for exporting a environment variable for redirecting Xapplications on a remote host to the local host to export all directories in the /etc/exports file to export a single directory to unexport a single directory for viewing the actual exports (like cat /etc/xtab) to export a directory that isn't specified in the /etc/exports file to export a directory and give group members access permission for removing a complete volume group from the ODM adds a new disk to a volume group shows the type of a file uses the trace facility to monitor the activity of the AIX file system searches for all files of the specified user removes all files of the specified user searches everywhere for the specified file searches for all files greater than one MB and that haven't been changed for a month searches for all files that have set the SUID - or SGID-mode to list all files in the current directory that have been changed during the current 24-hour period to remove all files named a.out or *.o that have not been accessed for a week and that are not mounted using nfs shows the users of a system shows information about the specified user for formating a floppy disk for checking all default file systems for fixing minor problems with the specified file system automatically for fixing severely damaged file systems (auto response YES) for doing a fast check of a file system starts an ftp-client shows if a file system is currently in use

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getlvcb -AT "logical volume" | grep "string" groups groups "user" grpck -t ALL grpck -t "group" gunzip -f "file" head "file" help host "host" host "IP" hostname id ifconfig "network interface" importvg -y "volume group" "physical volume" importvg -L "volume group" "physical volume" info info -s "command" init 2 init s installp -u "fileset" iostat iostat 10 2 iostat -d "physical volume" 2 jobs jobs -l ksh set -x kill "process id" kill -2 "process id of the named" kill -9 -1

queries a LVCB (logical volume control block) for searching a string in the input of the standard output of the previous command shows the current group membership shows the group membership of the specified user searching for inconsistencies in the /etc/security/group searching for inconsistencies of a single group in the /etc/security/group unzips a file to display the first ten lines of a file gives out a basic command help screen for getting the IP of a host for getting the host name of an IP shows the actual hostname shows extended information about the current user shows the status of a network interface imports a volume group by creating new ODM objects for reimporting a volume group (learn about possible changes) starts the InfoExplorer starts the InfoExplorer wiht topics of the specified command for initialising the multi user mode for initialising the single user mode uninstalls the specified fileset and any of its installed updates shows status information about io shows io information two times with break of two seconds to display a continuous disk report at two second intervals for the specified disk lists up background processes of the environment lists up background processes and gives a detailed output starts a korn shell for changing to the debug mode for terminating a process for making a dump of the active DNS-database to stop all processes that you own

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kill -kill 0 killall last ll ln "destination" "link" ln -s "destination" link" lock logform "logging logical volume" lpr -#3 "file1" "file2" lpr -P "queue" "file" lpstat lqueryvg -p "physical volume" -At ls ls "directory" ls -a ls -l ls -l "file" ls -l /dev ls -le "file" lsattr -El sys0 lsattr -HE -l sys0 -a realmem lscfg lscfg -v lscons lsdev -C -c "physical volume" -H lsdev -PH lsdev -CH lsdev -Cc "device class" lsdev -Cs "device subclass" lsdisp lsfs lsfs -q lsfs -v jfs

to stop all processes that you own and log yourself off stops all background processes shows the logins /var/adm/wtmp in the reverse sequence shows the contents of a directory including access controls creates a hard link creates a soft link for locking a terminal for formating, fixing or reinitializing a logging logical volume to print three copies of the file1 and file2 to print the file on the queue shows the status of the print queues shows an extract from the VGDA (volume group descriptor area) on physical volume shows the contents of the current directory shows the contents of the specified directory shows the contents of the current directory ordered by name shows the contents of a directory including extended information shows extended information of a file show the devices shows if a file is trusted (indicated by a +) shows the system attributes gives out the physical memory size shows the current device configuration shows more information about the current device configuration writes the name of the current console device to standard output shows information about a specific hard disk shows the predefined devices shows the customized devices shows all customized devices of a class shows all customized devices of a subclass lists the displays currently available on the system shows the file systems with superblock informations shows all file systems of type jfs

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lsgroup ALL lsgroup "group" lsitab -a lsitab "name of the statement" lslpp -l "fileset" lslpp -h "fileset" lslpp -f "fileset " lslpp -w "file" lslv "logical volume" lslv -p "physical volume" lslv -m "logical volume" lsps -a lspv lspv "physical volume" lspv -l "physical volume" lspv -p "physical volume"

lists all groups shows information about a specific group shows the /etc/inittab shows the specified line of the /etc/inittab checks if the specified fileset is installed checks the installation history of a fileset lists up all file names of the specified fileset gives out the owning fileset of a file shows information about a logical volume shows the logical volume allocation map of a physical volume identifies the physical partitions that have been assigned to your logical partitions shows information about the paging space lists up the physical volumes shows the contens of a physical volume lists up the logical volumes of a physical volume lists up the physical partions of physical volume

lssec f /etc/security/login.cfg -s displays the times logins are allowed on a terminal "tty device" -a logintimes lists the number of unsuccessful login attemps for root since lssec -f /etc/security/lastlog the last successful login -s root -a unsuccessful_login_count lssrc -a lsuser ALL lsuser "user" lsvg lsvg -o lsvg -o | lsvg -i -l lsvg "volume group" lsvg -p "volume group" lsvg -l "volume group" makedbm man "command" for showing information about the sub systems lists all users shows information about a specific user shows the volume groups of a system shows the activated volume groups of a system shows all logical volumes of a volume group gives status information about a volume group gives information about the physical volumes of a volume group gives information about the logical volumes of a volume group for generating a NIS map shows information about a command

migratepv "source physical volume" "destination moves the physical partitions from one disk to another physical volume" moves all physical partitions of a logical volume from one migratepv -l "logical disk to another volume" "source physical volume" "destination

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physical volume" mkboot -cd "boot device" mkdir "directory" mkdir -m 755 "directory" mkdir -p "subdirectories&directory" mkgroup "group" mkitab "inittab statement" mklv -y "logical volume" mklv -t jfslog -y "logging logical volume" "volume group" "number of logical partitions" for clearing the boot record of a disk (leaves the PVID) generates a dircetory generates a directory with the access restriction rwxr-xr-x for generating a directory directly under not existing subdirectories generates a new group for adding a statement to the /etc/inittab for creating a logical volume for creating a JFS logging device on a newly created volume group

mklvcopy "logical volume" for adding a mirrored copy of the logical volume to a volume 2 "physical volume" group mkps -a -n -s4 "volume group" mksysb "tape device" mksysb -i "tape device" mkszfile mkszfile -X mkuser "user" mkvg -s 2 -y "volume group" "physical volume" mkvg -B -t 16 -y "volume group" "physical volume" mkvgdata "volume group" mount mount "file system" mount all mount -o log="log device" "logical volume" "mount point" mount -rv cdrfs "cdrom device" "mount point" mt fsf 2 mt -f "tape device" rewind to create a paging space in a volume group that has four logical partitions and is activated immediately and at all subsequent system restarts generates a bootable system backup on a tape generates a bootable system backup and ignores an existing image.data file generates the image.data (used for mksysb) file in the root directory increases the /tmp if it is necessarily for the operation generates a user called "user" creates a volume group with 2MB partition size creates a big volume group with a maximum number of 16256 partitions on a disk generates the /tmp/vgdata/"volume group"/"volume group".data file (like mkszfile) shows information about the mounts for mounting a file system for mounting all file systems for mounting a file system with the specified log device on a specified mount point for mounting a cdrom file system for winding two files forward on the default tape for rewinding a tape

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mv "file" "destination" ncheck -i "inode number" "path" netstat netstat -rn netstat -in

moves a file to the specified location for finding a file name from the inode number shows the active connections shows the routing table for displaying the information about an internet interface dispays statistics about NFS and RPC calls sent and rejected by the client dispays statistics about NFS and RPC calls sent and rejected by the server resets all call-related information to zero on the client and the server runs a command with a ten point higher nice value as normal (low priority) runs a command with a ten point lower nice value as normal (high priority) displays network options displays if ipforwarding is activated disables ipforwarding enables ipforwarding queries internet domain name servers for changing the default query type to host information and the initial time-out to 10 seconds shows an octal dump of the specified file shows an hexadecimal dump of a file for adding the file input to the ODM for replacing a selected part of an ODM class with the file input for creating a ODM class for deleting a selected part of an ODM class for deleting an entire class

nfsstat -c nfsstat -s nfsstat -z

nice -n 10 "command" nice -n -10 "command" no -a no -o ipforwarding no -o ipforwarding=0 no -o ipforwarding=1 nslookup nslookup -query=hinfo timeout=10 od "file" od -x "file" odmadd "file" odmchange -o "class" -q "criteria" "file" odmcreate "class" odmdelete -o "class" -q "criteria" odmdrop -o

odmget "class" for viewing an ODM class odmget -q "criteria" "class" for viewing a selected part of an ODM class odmshow on -d "host" "command" oslevel oslevel -l "level" passwd "user" for viewing the structure of an ODM class does a command on a remote system for getting the current operating system version compares the system oslevel with the specified level changes the password of the user

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pdt_config penable -a perfpmr 3600 pg ping "host" ping -R "host" printenv ps ps -f ps -afe ps aux ps -elf pwd pwdadm "user" pwdck -t ALL pwdck -t "user" qadm -D "print queue" qadm -U "print queue" qchk qprt "file" qprt -c "file" qprt -P "queue" "file"

for configuring PDT (Performance Diagnostic Tool), located in /usr/sbin/perf/diag_tool enables all normal ports that are listed in /etc/inittab for generating a performance analysis (for 1 hour) that could be send to IBM, the output is written to /var/perf/tmp for viewing the contens of a file in page size for showing if a host is contactable(echo) on the OSI layer 2 for tracing the route of the ping shows the environment variables shows information about the running tasks shows extended information about the running tasks shows extended information about the tasks and daemons shows the usage of the CPU's for each process shows the processes ordered after it's priority and nice value shows the current directory changes the password of any user searching for inconsistencies in the /etc/security/passwd searching for inconsistencies of a single user in the /etc/security/passwd for stopping a print queue for starting a print queue shows the status of the print queue prints the specified file on the first available printer configured for the default print queue (Queueing) prints a copy of the specified file on the first available printer configured for the default print queue (Spooling) sends the specified file to the specified queue

rcp "user"@"host":"file" "user"@"host":"target file" rcp -r copies a file from one host to another "user"@"host":"directory" copies a directory from one host to another "user"@"host":"target directory" reboot reboot -l reducevg "volume group" "physical volume" reducevg "volume group" "PVID" reducevg -d "volume group" "physical volume" for rebooting the system to reboot the system without logging it removes a disk from a volume group removes a disk from a volume group removes a disk from a volume group and deletes automatically all logical volume data

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refresh -s "daemon" renice -n -10 "PID" renice -n 10 "PID" restore -Tq restore -rvqf "tape device" restore -s4 -Tqvf "tape device".1 > "file" restore -s2 -xqvf "tape device" ./bosinst.data restvg -f "tape device" "physical volume"

for sending a subsystem refresh request to the SRC decreases the nice value of a running process to 10 (high priority) increases the nice value of a running process to 10 (low priority) to list names of files in either a file-name or file-system archive on the diskette drive /dev/rfd0 restores a backup from a tape for verifying the data from a mksysb-tape for restoring the bosinst.data file from a mksysb-tape for restoring a volume group from a tape

executes a command on the remote host rexec "host" "command" executes a command on the remote host and ignores the rexec -n "host" "command" $HOME/.netrc rlogin "host" rlogin "host" -l "user" rm "file" rm -r "directory" for login in a remote system for login in a remote system with the specified user deletes a file deletes a directory including the subdirectories

rmdev -l "physical volume" removes a disk from the ODM -d rmfs rmitab "inittab statement" removing a file system for deleting a statement of the /etc/inittab

rmlvcopy "logical volume" reduces the number of copies to 1 1 rmss -c 30 changes the memory size to 30MB

route add -net default "router IP" for setting the default route route add -host "target host for generating a host route IP" "router IP" for generating a net route route add -net "target net IP" "router IP" rpcinfo -p "host" rsh "host" "command" Rsh rup -h ruptime gets from the portmap-daemon of the specified host all RPC services executes a command on the remote host starts a restricted shell shows the state of all hosts on the net shows the uptime of all systems where the rwhod has been

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started rusers -h "host" rwho sar -u sar -u 60 30 savevg -i -f "tape device" "volume group" savevg -f "tape device" "volume group" set -o set -o vi sh sh "file" sh "shell script" > "file" 2>&1 showmount -e showmount -e "host" showmount -a "host" showmount -d "host" shutdown +5 "user information" shutdown -m shutdown -Fm shutdown -Fr shows the state of all user on a remote host shows the current users of all systems where the rwhod has been started shows the CPU usage shows the CPU usage thirthy times with an interval of 60 seconds for saving a volume group on tape for saving a volume group on tape by using the prepared /tmp/vgdata/"volume group"/"volume group".data file for viewing the current option settings to activate vi behavior in command line starts a sh-shell for running a shell script that hasn't got the executable flag for running a shell skript and piping the error_out and user_out in the specified file to list up the exported directories to list up the exported directories on a host to list up all remote directories mounted by a host to list up the directories mounted by a client on the host shuts down the system in 5 minutes and shows user the chosen information changes to single user mode changes fast to single user mode for a fast shutdown including a reboot the system administration tool, for the fast path you can choose of the followings: alog alt_clone alt_mksysb analysis at backsys cfgdials cfgpty chcons chdials chdisp chfont chgated chgkbd chgprt chgpty chgsys chhostent chif chinet chinetd chinetdconf chkbd chlicense chnamed chnfsmnt chpq chprtcom chservices chsyslogd chtimed chtz chtz_date chypdom clientnet controls crfs date dce dcecdsadmin dcesecadmin dce_to_tcpip dev dfsadmin diag dials display display_pm_select dtconfig dtsadmin dump dump_link easy_install_bundle errclear errdemon errpt error extendlv filemgr fs fshrttbl font gated group ftpusers hostent hostname hosts hostsequiv hosts.equiv inet inetd inetdconf inetd.conf inetdsubsys input install install_all install_latest install_selectable_all jfs jobs keyboard keymap lft logs lppchk lsdials lsdisp lsdprt lsfont lsftpusers lsgated lshostent lshostname lshostsequiv lshostslpd lsinet lsinetd lsinetdconf lskbd lsnamed lsnamerslv lsservices lssprt lssyslogd lsroute lstimed lv lvm makdials makprt

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smit "fast path" ESC + 3

maktty mkcd mkdce mkdceregister mkdomain mkfont mkftpusers mkgroup mkhostent mkhostname mkhostsequiv mkhostlpd mkinet mkinetca mkinetd mkinetdconf mkinetd_boot mkinetd_both mkinetd_now mkineten mkinetet mkinetfi mkinetsl mkinetso mkinettr mkitab_lpd mkkeyserv mklv mknamerslv mknfsexp mknfsmnt mkpq mksball mkservices mksysb mkroute mkwacom mk6093 mlang monitors mouse movprt named namerslv netinterface newkey nfs nfsconfigure otherserv performance pgsp pm pqmanage pqtools print printer printerinst problem pty pv qprt rds restartdce restvg resolvconf resolv.conf rmdce rmdceregister rmdials rmdomain rmfs rmftpusers rmhostent rmhostsequiv rmhostslpd rminet rminetd rminetdconf rminetd_boot rminetd_both rminetd_now rmitab_lpd rmkeyserv rmlvcopy rmnamerslv rmnfsexp rmnfsmnt rmpq rmsball rmroute rmservices rmtaccess rmvpty rmwacom rm6093 route routed rpc rpc_maint rprint ruser rwhod savevg security server servernet setbootup_option shinet shinetdconf shservices shutdown spaceball spgated spgated_boot spgated_both spgated_now spnamed spnamed_boot spnamed_both spnamed_now spnamerslv spooler spsyslogd spsyslogd_boot spsyslogd_both spsyslogd_now sprwhod sprwhod_boot sprwhod_both sprwhod_now sptimed sptimed_boot sptimed_both sptimed_now statlpd stgated stgated_boot stgated_both stgated_now stnamed stnamed_boot stnamed_both stnamed_now stnamerslv stnamerslv1 stnamerslv2 stopdce storage strouted strouted_boot strouted_both strouted_now strwhod strwhod_boot strwhod_both strwhod_now stsyslogd stsyslogd_boot stsyslogd_both stsyslogd_now sttimed sttimed_boot sttimed_both sttimed_now syslogd system tablet timed tpty trace trace_link trcrpt trcstart trcstop tty user vg wacom_tablet wall yp ypconfigure ypmaps ypstartstop 6093_tablet _nfs for getting out of a frozen smit the ASCII version of the smit, for the fast paths look in the section of smit for getting out of a frozen smitty gathers all system configuration information and writes it to the /tmp/ibmsupt directory gathers all system configuration information and writes it on tape generates a compressed tar image snap.tar.Z in the /tmp/ibmsupt gathers file system information gathers general information gathers kernel information gathers dump and /unix information

smitty "fast path" ESC + 3

snap -a snap -a -o "tape device" snap -a -c snap -f snap -g snap -k snap -D

spray "host" -c 1200 -d 2 -l sends all 2 microseconds 1200 pakets of 2000 byte size to the

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2000 startsrc -s "daemon" startsrc -g "daemon" startsrc -t "subserver" startsrc -s "daemon" -a "-d" stopsrc -s "daemon" stopsrc -g "daemon" stopsrc -t "subserver" strings "file" stty stty -echo stty echo CTRL+j stty sane CTRL+j su su exit svmon

specified host for starting a subsystem for starting all daemons of a subsystem for starting a subserver of a subsystem for starting a subsystem and providing debug information for stopping a subsystem for stopping all daemons of a subsystem for stopping a subserver of a subsystem shows the printble strings of a binary file or an object lists up a short description of your tty settings makes the user input invisible makes the user input visible resets the tty confirguration for switching the user for switching the user with setting the environment for switching back to the original user captures and analyzes information about virtual -memory usage

swapon -a activates all paging spaces swapon "swapping device" activates a swapping device syncvg -v "volume group" sysdumpdev sysdumpdev -l sysdumpdev -L sysdumpdev -p "dump device" sysdumpdev -P -p "dump device" sysdumpdev p /dev/sysdumpnull sysdumpdev -P -s "dump device" sysdumpdev -e sysdumpdev -z sysdumpdev -K sysdumpstart -p sysdumpstart -s tail "file" tail -f "file" synchronizes the physical partitions from a volume group to reset the current dump device settings, when worked with temporary settings to display the current dump device settings to display information from the previous dumps for changing the primary dump device for changing the primary dump device permanently for deactivating the dump device for changing the secondary dump device permanently estimates the dump size writes down the dump size and the location, if a new one is present reset button will force a dump, for machines without a key starts a kernel dump to the primary dump device starts a kernel dump to the secondary dump device shows the last ten lines of a file for monitoring the last ten lines of growing file

tar -tvf "file" for viewing the structure of a tar-file tar -xfv "file" for extracting a tar-file tar -cvf "tape device" "file" for creating an archive

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tcbck -n ALL tcbck -p tree tcbck -t "file" tcbck -y "file" tcbck -a "file" class="class" tcbck -d "file" tcbck -l "device name" tcpdump host "host"

checks all files listed in sysck.cfg and reports faults but doesn't fixes them checks all files and fixes the faults but doesn't report them checks a file, reports a fault and asks the user for fixinig it checks a file, reports a fault and fixes it adds a file to the sysck.cfg under the specified class deletes an entry ot the sysck.cfg for adding a device, for example /dev/led, to the sysck.cfg prints all packets arriving or departing from the specified host

tctl -f "tape device" rewind for rewinding a tape time "command" tn "host" tn "host" "port number" top displays the elapsed execution time and the user and system processing time attributed to a command starts a telnet session to the specified host starts a telnet session to an host on the specified port lists up all processes orderer after it's CPU usage and updates itself periodical this sets the last access and modification times of the specified file to the current date and time, if the file does not exist, the touch command creates an empty file with that name for tracing the system for a period of 10 seconds prints the route that IP packets take to a network host for starting a trusted shell, that only executes commands that are marked as being trusted unmounts a file systems unmounts all remote file systems gives out system information (operating system name, hostname...) gives out the system serial number gives out the system typ (not for MCA) for uncompressing a file updates the LVCB of a logical volume lists up the names of the users who are working on the system searching for inconsistencies in the /usr/security/user searching for inconsistencies of a single user in the /etc/security/user for deactivating a volume group for activating a volume group allows a volume group to be made active that does not

touch "file" trace -a; sleep 10; trcstop traceroute "IP-number" tsh umount "file system" umount allr uname -a uname -m uname -M uncompress "file" updatelv "logical volume" "volume group" users usrck -t ALL usrck -t "user" varyoffvg "volume group" varyonvg "volume group" varyonvg -f "volume

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group" vi vi "file" vmstat vmstat 5 w wall ""message"" wall who a /etc/security/failedlogin who -a /etc/adm/wtmp who -r who who -b whoami who am i xhost +"host" xhost -"host" xlock ypbind ypcat ypinit yppasswd yppoll yppush ypserv ypset "IP" ypwhich ypxfr | tee "file" | tee -a "file" "command" &

currently have a quorum of available disks for starting the vi-editor for editing a file shows statistics about the virtual memory shows a summery report about the virtual memory each five seconds shows the current users with login time and more writes a message to all users logged in a system also for writting a message to all users (finishing with Ctrl+D) shows the failed logins shows the successfull logins shows the current run-level and when it has been started shows the current users shows when the last boot did occur shows the current user shows the login user adds an host to the access control list of an Xserver removes an host to the access control list of an Xserver for locking a Xwindows session enables client processes to bind, or connect, to an NIS server prints out an NIS map sets up NIS maps on a NIS server changes your network password in NIS displays the order number of the NIS map currently in use on the server propmts the NIS slave servers to copy updated NIS maps looks up information in local NIS maps for changing the IP of a NIS server on the client identifies either an NIS server or the server that is the master for a given map transfers an NIS map from a NIS server to a local host for piping the output of a command to the standard output and a new file for piping the output of a command to the standard output and a existing file for running a command in the background

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> "file"

for cleaning the contents of a file

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