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Old 12-19-2005, 01:18 AM   #1
Vaskar Guha
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Post Suse Linux Commands For These Aix Commands?


THE AIX COMMANDS WHICH RUN ON UNIX DO NOT RUN ON LINUX.
PLZ. TELL ME SUBSTITUTE OF THESE COMMANDSIN AIX.

AIX COMMANDS:

errpt, errupdate, errlog,
dsmit, smitty, vinesadmsh, monitor, penable, pdisable, pdelay, mkdev


shrt descriptions of the above commands r given below:

Errpt- Generates an error report from entries in the log.


Errupdate- Updates the Error Record Template Repository


Errlog Logs an application Error to the System Error Log.

Dsmit starts the Distributed System Management Interface Tool

* Smitty(smit) Performs system management(SMIT-System Management Interface Tool)

*Vinesadmsh

*Monitor Starts and stops execution profiling using data areas defined in the
function parameters.


Penable Enables or reports the availability of login ports.It enables normal ports.



Pdisable Disables login ports.

Pdelay Enables or reports the availability of delayed ports.

Mkdev Adds a device to the system
 
Old 12-19-2005, 01:33 AM   #2
paulsm4
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Hi -

1. errpt, errupdate, errlog
Unix (in general) and Linux (in particular) don't have an "error database"; there's
just a simple "syslog"

EQUIVALENTS:
dmesg
... or ...
less /var/log/messages

2. dsmit, smitty
The admin tool - and it's capabilities - vary wildly from distro to disto.

On SuSE Linux, for example, the equivalent is "YaST2". YaST2 can automatically
detect whether it's running in graphics or text mode, and displays appropriately.

3. Penable
Again, there's no equivalent in most Unix/Linux platforms: the tty ports
"just work" (or you can use modem-related tools like "kermit" or "cu" to
play with them).

4. mkdev
Standard with all Unix systems (including Linux) ... but you might need to "su"
to root in order to find it (it wouldn't typically be on a normal user's default $PATH).

This link might help:
http://www.websphere-world.com/modul...rticle&sid=877
 
Old 12-19-2005, 01:45 AM   #3
Vaskar Guha
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Thanks a lot for ur reply. Actually I have to run a c program on linux server
& these commands do not run on suse linux , but runs fine on AIX server.
 
  


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