You can use the lppchk operation to check the integrity of installed software. This is particularly useful when investigating functional problems in software.
If you want to perform another type of verification, click Advanced. Select the type of verification to perform and choose additional options as needed.
Enter the following command:
nim -o lppchk -a filesets=FilesetName \ -a lppchk_flags="lppchkFlags" ObjectName
where FilesetName is the name of a single fileset (or a name wildcarded with the * character), and ObjectName is the name of the machine or SPOT which is the target of the lppchk operation. Valid lppchk_flags are defined as follows:
|-f||Fast check (file existence, file length)|
|-v||Fileset version consistency check (default)|
|-l||File link verification|
Note: Only one of the flags -f, -c, -v, or -l may be specified.
|-u||Update inventory (only valid with -c or -l)|
|-mn||Controls detail of messages. n equals1 to 3, where 3 is the most verbose.|
For example, to perform the lppchk operation while verifying checksums for all filesets on the machine named Standalone1 , enter the following:
nim -o lppchk -a lppchk_flags="-c" Standalone1