Friday, 26 April 2013

System Resource Control (SRC)


SRC is basically used to control the entire subsystem.
It allows you to start, stop and check status information about various subsystem processes.
SRC lists all the services present in /etc/inittab.
Once the kernel starts all the background services, SRC is activated.
SRC:
-          Subsystem group
  • Subsystem
    • Subsystem server (subserver)
SRC is basically designed to minimize human intervention.
For a subsystem group:
To list:
# lssrc –g <subsystem group>
To start:
# startsrc –g <subsystem group>
To stop:
# stopsrc –g <subsystem group>
For a subsystem:
To list:
# lssrc –s <subsystem>
To start:
# startsrc –s <subsystem>
To stop:
# stopsrc –s <subsystem>
For a subserver:
To list:
# lssrc –t <subserver>
To start:
# startsrc –t <subserver>
To stop:
# stopsrc –s <subserver>
To refresh:
# refresh will refresh/restart the services. Application need not be restarted for end user.

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