Lists all HCON users.
The lshconu command (list HCON users) lists all users who have been defined to HCON. Each login name is displayed on standard output on a separate line.
You can use the System Management Interface Tool (SMIT) to run this command. To use SMIT, enter:
The lshconu command can also be issued from the command line.
The lshconu command returns a value of 0 if successful. If an error occurs, the command returns an errno value identifying the failure.
|14||Object Data Manager (ODM) Fatal Error: The database may be damaged. Use local problem reporting procedures.|
|19||The database is either damaged or deleted. Use local problem reporting procedures.|
|24||There are no users defined to HCON.|
|50||Cannot initiate an ODM connection.|
To list HCON users, enter:
The output shows the login names of all users who have been defined to HCON, for example:
alex inga sarah roberto
|/usr/bin/lshconu||Contains the lshconu command.|
|/usr/lib/hcon/users||Contains information about HCON users.|
To create an HCON user, use SMIT or the mkhconu command. To remove an HCON user, use SMIT or the rmhconu command.
To start SMIT for use with HCON, use the smit hcon command.
System Management Interface Tool (SMIT) Overview in AIX Version 4.3 System Management Guide: Operating System and Devices discusses using the System Management Interface Tool.
Understanding HCON Users.