You can use the lppchk operation to check the integrity of installed software. This is particularly useful when investigating functional problems in software.
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