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AIX Version 4.3 System Management Guide: Operating System and Devices
Starting or Stopping a Subsystem, Subsystem Group,
Use the startsrc command to start a System Resource Controller (SRC) resource such as a subsystem, a group of subsystems, or a subserver.
- From the /etc/inittab file so the resource is started during system initialization
- From the command line
- With SMIT.
When you start a subsystem group, all of its subsystems are also started. When you start a subsystem, all of its subservers are also started. When you start a subserver, its parent subsystem is also started if it is not already running.
Use the stopsrc command to stop a SRC resource such as a subsystem, a group of subsystems, or a subserver.
- To start or stop an SRC resource, the SRC must be
running. The SRC is normally started during system initialization. The default
/etc/inittab file, which determines what processes are started during
initialization, contains a record for the srcmstr daemon (the SRC). To
see if the SRC is running, enter ps -A and look for a process named
- The user or process starting an SRC resource must
have root user authority. The process that initializes the system
(init command) has root user authority.
- The user or process stopping an SRC resource must
have root user authority.
|Starting/Stopping a Subsystem Tasks|
|Web-based System Manager: wsm subsystems
||SMIT Fast Path
||Command or File|
|Start a Subsystem
||/bin/startsrc -s SubsystemName|
|Stop a Subsystem
||/bin/stopsrc -s SubsystemName|
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