AIX Command Miscs

AIX Command Miscs

errpt

http://www.darklab.net/resources/aix-error-logging-facility.html

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/pseries/v5r3/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.aix.cmds/doc/aixcmds2/errpt.htm

Generates a report of logged errors.

-j ErrorID[,ErrorID] Includes only the error-log entries specified by the ErrorID (error identifier) variable. The ErrorID variables can be separated by a , (comma), or enclosed in " " (double quotation marks) and separated by a , (comma), or a space character. When combined with the -t flag, entries are processed from the error-template repository. (Otherwise entries are processed from the error-log repository.)

-J ErrorLabel Includes the error log entries specified by the ErrorLabel variable. The ErrorLabel variable values can be separated by commas or enclosed in double-quotation marks and separated by commas or blanks. When combined with the -t flag, entries are processed from the error template repository. (Otherwise, entries are processed from the error log repository.)

-s startdate Select entries posted later than date. (MMddhhmmyy)

-e enddate Select entries posted earlier than date. (Mmddhhmmyy)

To display a detailed report of all errors logged in the past 24 hours, enter: errpt -a -s mmddhhmmyy where the mmddhhmmyy string equals the current month, day, hour, minute, and year, minus 24 hours.

errpt | grep ent | head -n4


uname -- Displays the name of the current operating system.
-a   Displays all information specified with the -m, -n, -r, -s, and -v flags.

Enable or disable SMT
smtctl [ -m off | on [ -w boot | now]]

To display if the kernel is 32-bit enabled or 64-bit enabled:bootinfo -K
To display real memory in kilobytes (KB):bootinfo -r 
env -- Displays the current environment or sets the environment for the execution of a command.
id -- Displays the system identifications of a specified user.
To display the run-level of the local system node: who -r

lsuser ALL, lsuser root
lsgroup AL
mkuser|mkgroup
smitty user|group|chinet|cluster|tcpip|lv|pv|lvm|vg|chvg
netstat -rn, -v, -m, -i, -IN, -D

Display mounted file systems - mount
mount all default file systems (all standard file systems in the /etc/filesystems file marked by the mount=true attribute) -- mount {-a|all}
Volume groups and logical volumes

fsck -- Checks file system consistency and interactively repairs the file system.
To check all the default file systems:fsck
This command checks all the file systems marked check=true in the /etc/filesystems file. This form of the fsck
To fix minor problems with the default file systems automatically: fsck -p
To check a specific file system: fsck /dev/hd1
This command checks the unmounted file system located on the /dev/hd1 device.

last -- Displays information about previous logins.
To display all the recorded logins and logoffs by user root or from the console terminal:
last root console
To display the time between reboots of the system: last reboot
The reboot pseudo-user logs in when the system starts again.
To display all the users still logged in at 10.30 am on April 15th: last -t 04151030
To display 10 lines in the list:last -n 10

lscfg
Displays configuration, diagnostic, and vital product data (VPD) information about the system.
-l Name Displays device information for the named device.
-p  Displays the platform-specific device information. This flag only applies to AIX 4.2.1 or later.
-v  Displays the VPD found in the Customized VPD object class. Also, on AIX 4.2.1 or later, displays platform specific VPD when used with the -p flag.
-s  Displays the device description on a separate line from the name and location.
To display the number of processors on your system, type:
lscfg | grep proc
lscfg | grep Enclosure
display details about the tape drive, rmt0, type:
lscfg -vl rmt0
lscfg  -v -l ent0
lscfg -vp -lent0

lslpp Command -- Lists installed software products.
-E License Agreements.
-e Lists all efixes on the system.
-f Files that belong to this fileset.
-h History information.
-w Lists the fileset that owns this file.
lslpp -h bos.rte
Which fileset contains a particular binary?
lslpp -w /usr/bin/vmstat

lsvg -- Displays information about volume groups.
To show volume groups in the system:lsvg
To show all the characteristics of rootvg: lsvg rootvg
To show disks used by rootvg:   lsvg -p rootvg
Add a disk to a volume group:   extendvg   VolumeGroupName   hdisk0 hdisk1 ... hdiskn

syncvg -- Synchronizes logical volume copies that are not current.
To synchronize the copies on physical volumes hdisk04 and hdisk05, enter:
syncvg  -p hdisk04 hdisk05
To synchronize the copies on volume groups vg04 and vg05, enter:
syncvg  -v vg04 vg05
Create a volume group:  mkvg -y name_of_volume_group -s partition_size list_of_hard_disks
hange the characteristics of a volume group:    chvg
Create a logical volume:    mklv -y name_of_logical_volume name_of_volume_group number_of_partition
Increase the size of a logical volume:  extendlv lv05 3

lsfs -- Displays the characteristics of file systems.
-a          Lists all file systems (default).
-v VfsType  Reports on all file systems of a specified type.
lsfs -v jfs; lsfs

Resources:
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/aix/library/au-dutta_cmds.html
http://publish.it168.com/2006/0413/20060413022501.shtml
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