Linux and UNIX Man Pages

Linux & Unix Commands - Search Man Pages

class_add(3) [osf1 man page]

class_add(3)						     Library Functions Manual						      class_add(3)

NAME
class_add - Add a member to an existing class LIBRARY
Standard C Library (libclass.a) SYNOPSIS
#include <apar_types.h> #include <sys/class.h> class_add(class_apar_handle_t, *class_name, type, member, force); class_apar_handle_t handle class_name char type int member int force int PARAMETERS
The partition descriptor returned by class_open(). Name of the class to which the new member is to be added. Member type as defined in <sys/class.h>. For example: CL_TYPE_UID. Identifier representing type. TRUE/FALSE - If a member is found in another class, force the member to be moved to class_name DESCRIPTION
Add a member to an existing class. If the member is found in another class, the member will be moved to the new class if force is TRUE. Note that the calling process must have root access privileges. RETURN VALUES
Operation successfully completed. An invalid partition handle was specified. Not super user. Permission denied. The class_name is not an ASCII string. The class_name does not exist. No space is available in class_name. A member of type type is already in class_name. A member of type type is in another class. This value is returned only if force is FALSE. Operations on the default class are not sup- ported. SEE ALSO
Functions:class_init(3), class_change(3), class_create(3), class_close(3), class_configure(3), class_get_config_stats(3), class_close(3), class_delete(3), class_destroy(3), class_disable(3), class_enable(3), class_save_database(3), class_restore_database(3), class_load_data- base(3), class_change_name(3), class_database_file_exists(3), class_database_name(3), class_database_modified(3), class_get_classes(3), class_get_class_members(3), Commands:class_admin(8), runclass(1), class_scheduling(4) Other: The System Administration guide. delim off class_add(3)

Check Out this Related Man Page

class_save_database(3)					     Library Functions Manual					    class_save_database(3)

NAME
class_save_database - Write the in-memory database to disk. LIBRARY
Standard C Library (libclass.a) SYNOPSIS
#include <apar_types.h> #include <sys/class.h> class_save_database (class_apar_handle_t handle, dbase_name); PARAMETERS
The partition descriptor returned by class_open(). An optional file name in which the database will be saved. DESCRIPTION
The class scheduler database is memory shared by the administration command, the class scheduler daemon, and runclass(). Administrative changes (such as adding a gid to a class) need to be saved to disk so that the changes are available at the next reboot. Note that class scheduler administrative changes take effect immediately whether they are written to disk or not. If the dbase_name argument is supplied, the database will be written to the specified file name. The current database name will be used by default if dbase_name is null. Note that the calling process must have root access privileges. RETURN VALUES
The operation successfully completed. An invalid partition handle was specified. The dbase_name size limit is exceeded. Error in writing the file, indicated by ERRNO SEE ALSO
Functions:class_add(3), class_init(3), class_create(3), class_close(3), class_change(3), class_configure(3), class_get_config_stats(3), class_delete(3), class_destroy(3), class_disable(3), class_enable(3), class_restore_database(3), class_load_database(3), class_change_name(3), class_database_file_exists(3), class_database_name(3), class_database_modified(3), class_get_classes(3), class_get_class_members(3), Commands:class_admin(8), runclass(1), class_scheduling(4) Other: The System Administration guide. delim off class_save_database(3)
Man Page