Changes a domain in the member list for the Distributed System Management Interface Tool (DSMIT).
chdsmitd [ -a | -r | -s ] [ -x ] [ -m Machine [ ,Machine ] ... ] [ -d Domain [ ,Domain ] ... ] [ -o OperatingSystem [ ,OperatingSystem ] ... ] Domain
Note: Do not put a space between the comma and multiple values for the Machine, OperatingSystem, or Domain parameters.
The chdsmitd command changes a domain member list in DSMIT. The Domain parameter specifies the name of the domain to change. Domains must be homogeneous, consisting only of clients with operating systems of the same type. Use the -d, -m, and -o criteria flags and the -x intersect flag to add and delete domain members and to redefine the member list.
|-?||Displays the usage statement.|
|-a||Adds a machine to a domain.|
|-r||Redefines a domain's member list.|
|-s||Deletes a machine from the domain.|
|-x||Uses the intersection of the subsets of machines defined by the -d, -m, and -o criteria flags.|
|-d Domain||Specifies one or more domain names.|
|-m Machine||Specifies one or more machine names.|
|-o OperatingSystem||Specifies an operating system.|
chdsmitd -a -m NewMachine Domain1
chdsmitd -s -m OldMachine Domain1
|/usr/share/DSMIT/domains||Contains the list of domains used by DSMIT.|
|/usr/share/DSMIT/dsmitos||Contains the list of operating systems of DSMIT clients.|
|/usr/share/DSMIT/hosts||Contains the list of machines with DSMIT installed that can run commands built by the DSMIT server.|
The mkdsmitd command, rmdsmitd command.
Distributed System Management Interface Tool (DSMIT) Overview in the Distributed SMIT 2.2 for AIX: Guide and Reference.