*nix Documentation Project
·  Home
 +   man pages
·  Linux HOWTOs
·  FreeBSD Tips
·  *niX Forums

  man pages->Tru64 Unix man pages -> cdslinvchk (8)              



NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

       cdslinvchk - Checks the CDSL inventory of the base operating
 system and layered applications.

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

       /usr/sbin/cdslinvchk [log_file_path]

OPTIONS    [Toc]    [Back]

       The path name to a location for the log file.  By  default
       this will be /var/adm/cdsl_check_list.

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

       Use  the cdslinvchk script to verify the current inventory
       of Context Dependent Symbolic Links (CDSLs) on  a  running
       system.   CDSLs  are  special symbolic links that enable a
       system to work in a cluster.  If  CDSLs  are  accidentally
       removed,  your  system  will  not  function correctly in a
       cluster.  While this is not a problem for stand-alone systems,
 you may not be able to add the system as a member of
       a working cluster at some future time.  You can  run  this
       script at any time or configure it to run at system startup,
 or as a cron task.

       When you invoke the script, it checks  the  CDSLs  on  the
       running system against CDSLs of the installed inventory in
       /usr/.smdb    and    the     additional     entries     in
       /var/adm/cdsl_admin.inv, and ensures that each target file
       exists on the system as a  properly-constituted  CDSL.  If
       the  check  is  successful,  the following message is displayed
 and the script terminates: Successful  CDSL  inventory

       If  the  script  finds  inconsistencies  in the inventory,
       warning messages are displayed on your terminal and logged
       to  the default log file at /var/adm/cdsl_check_list.  You
       can specify an alternate location  for  the  log  fill  if
       required.   The  script  locates any modified, missing, or
       replaced CDSLs.  Note that the previous copy  of  the  log
       file  is renamed and retained for reference and is renamed
       by appending to the filename.

       Refer to the System Administration guide  for  information
       on  recreating  any missing or broken CDSLs.  Refer to the
       hier(5) reference page for an inventory of CDSLs.

   MESSAGES    [Toc]    [Back]
       One or more of the following messages may be displayed and
       logged to the log file: Unable to create <pathname> report
       file -- the script was not able  to  create  a  log  file.
       Check  the  target directory and security.  Expected CDSL:
       <cdsl_pathname> -> <pathname> CDSL Target has  been  modified
 to: <pathname> CDSL has been replaced with <pathname>
       CDSL is missing Failed CDSL inventory check.  See  details
       in <log file>

FILES    [Toc]    [Back]

       Additional  inventory  file  entries.   This file will not
       exist on all systems.  The current and previous log  files
       for inventory errors and messages

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

       Commands: cron(8)

       Others: hier(5)

       See  also  the  System Administration guide for details of

[ Back ]
 Similar pages
Name OS Title
kreg Tru64 Maintains the system file that registers kernel layered products
invsync Tru64 Synchronizes system inventory
usync Tru64 synchronize two setld inventory files to reflect current system status
pxfuname IRIX Retrieves the operating system name
uname OpenBSD print operating system name
prf IRIX operating system profiler
uname Tru64 Displays information about the operating system
update-ux HP-UX updates the HP-UX operating system from new HP-UX media
savecore FreeBSD save a core dump of the operating system
savecore OpenBSD save a core dump of the operating system
Copyright © 2004-2005 DeniX Solutions SRL
newsletter delivery service