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Hi, can somebody please, please help me?
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lsmsad(8) System Manager's Manual lsmsad(8)
lsmsad - Starts the Storage Administrator (SA) daemon
The SA daemon, lsmsad, is a process required by lsmsa, the SA graphical user interface (GUI). The daemon issues commands and obtains system
information on behalf of SA.
The SA daemon runs on a Tru64 UNIX system on which LSM is initialized and running. The SA client runs on any machine that supports the
Java Runtime Environment.
The SA daemon is automatically started at boot time. Under normal conditions, the daemon does not need to be run manually.
If SA does not start during the boot process, enter:
To restart SA, enter:
Only one SA daemon can be running on a system at a given time. If a second SA daemon attempts to start, it will fail.
You must be root user to run lsmsad.
The script that starts lsmsad at boot time. The command log file that tracks SA tasks. The access log file that tracks login to SA. The
server log file that tracks server startup information and server errors. The log maintenance shell script that saves and compresses log