Use the startsrc command to start a System Resource Controller (SRC) resource such as a subsystem, a group of subsystems, or a subserver. The startsrc command can be used:
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 an SRC resource such as a subsystem, a group of subsystems, or a subserver. When you stop a subsystem, all its subservers are also stopped. However, when you stop a subserver, the state of its parent subsystem is not changed.
Both the startsrc and stopsrc commands contain flags that allow requests to be made on local or remote hosts. See the srcmstr command for the configuration requirements to support remote SRC requests.
|Starting/Stopping a Subsystem Tasks|
|Task||SMIT Fast Path||Command or File|
|Start a Subsystem||smit startssys||/bin/startsrc -s SubsystemName
|Stop a Subsystem||smit stopssys||/bin/stopsrc -s SubsystemName|