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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Finding out the current AIX Maintenance Level Post 18152 by killerserv on Monday 25th of March 2002 07:00:40 AM
Old 03-25-2002
You can check current patch level by passing lslpp command

$ lslpp - l

Code:
% lslpp -l bos.rte

     Fileset                      Level  State      Description         
     ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
   Path: /usr/lib/objrepos
     bos.rte                    4.1.4.0  COMMITTED  Base Operating System Runtime
 
   Path: /etc/objrepos
     bos.rte                    4.1.4.0  COMMITTED  Base Operating System Runtime

Code:
   % lslpp -l | grep -i dce

     dce.cdmf.rte               2.1.0.0  COMMITTED  DCE User Data Masking
     dce.cds.rte                2.1.0.4  COMMITTED  DCE Cell Directory Services
     dce.client.core.rte        2.1.0.9  COMMITTED  DCE Client Services
     dce.client.core.rte.admin  2.1.0.6  COMMITTED  DCE Client Administrative
     dce.client.core.rte.cds    2.1.0.2  COMMITTED  DCE Client CDS Tools
     dce.client.core.rte.config

* Also you can check current Patch and view latest AIX DCE Code patch at:
http://www-3.ibm.com/software/networ...es/dceaix.html
 

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dtsd(1m)																  dtsd(1m)

NAME
dtsd - Restarts the DTS daemon SYNOPSIS
dtsd [options] [-d] [-w serviceability] dtsd [-s [-k courier|noncourier] [-g] [-o]] dtsd -c ARGUMENTS
Debug mode. The command will run in the foreground. See svcroute(5) for the full description of the appropriate format for this entry. Only the three-field format, severity:how:where, is used. An example is: FATAL:TEXTFILE:/dev/console Run as a server. Default is backup, courier, local server Run dtsd as a global server. Run dtsd as a courier. Run dtsd as a noncourier. When enabling as a server, set the clock immediately. Equivalent to the command enable set clock true in dtscp or to the command dcecp dts activate -abruptly. Run dtsd as a clerk. DESCRIPTION
The dtsd command invokes the DTS daemon (clerk or server process). This command is usually executed as part of the overall DCE startup script, rc.dce. You can enter the command manually under the following conditions: If a DTS daemon fails to start automatically upon reboot If you want to restart a daemon that you shut down to perform a backup or do diagnostic work In normal rebooting, the rc.dce script automatically provides arguments appropriate to the choice of configuration options. The command line arguments shown here can also be provided to dced as part of the fixed configuration strings, if dced is configured to automatically start the dtsd. If dtsd is started with no arguments (other than -d and -w), then the server must be started with dcecp. The following example configures a local server: dcecp> dts configure -notglobal dcecp> dts activate Privilege Required DTS runs as the host machine principal, which is usually root. See the Security reference pages for information about principals. NOTES
Use dtsd interactively only when troubleshooting; use the rc.dce script to start the DTS daemon. On some systsems the superuser is associ- ated with the machine principal. EXAMPLES
To restart the daemon, follow these steps: Log in to the system as superuser (root). Use the ps command to make sure that dced and cdsadv are running. (The DCE daemon provides the endpoint mapping and security services, and cdsadv provides CDS.) Enter the following command to restart the dts daemon as a clerk: $ dtsd -c To restart the dts daemon as a server, use dtsd -s and to restart it as a global server, setting the clock on startup, use dtsd -s -g -o RELATED INFORMATION
Commands: dtscp(1m), dtsdate(1m), dcecp(1m). Books: OSF DCE Administration Guide dtsd(1m)

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