Commonly used operating system command - reprint

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1. The password file on which?
AIX: /etc/passwd /etc/security/passwd
HP:   /etc/passwd  /tbc/files/auth/root
LINUX(RedHat)  /etc/passwd  /etc/shadow
SOLARIS  /etc/passwd  /etc/shadow
TRU64   /etc/passwd
2.group file where?
AIX: /etc/group /etc/security/group
HP:   /etc/group  /tbc/login/group
LINUX(RedHat)  /etc/group
SOLARIS  /etc/group
TRU64   /etc/group
Do you agree with remote login 3?
AIX:   /etc/security/user (rlogin=true)
HP:   /etc/securetty      (console)
LINUX(RedHat)  /etc/securetty     (ttyp1)
SOLARIS  /etc/default/login   (CONSOLE=/dev/console)
TRU64   /etc/securettys      (ttyp1)
4 how to establish a new user
AIX:   mkuser
HP:   useradd
LINUX(RedHat): useradd
SOLARIS:  useradd
TRU64:   useradd
5 how to delete a user?
AIX:   rmuser
HP:   userdel
LINUX(RedHat): userdel
SOLARIS:  userdel
TRU64:   userdel
6 lists all users of list user
AIX:   lsuser -f ALL
HP:   logins
LINUX(RedHat):
SOLARIS:  logins
TRU64:
7 to modify the user modify user account
AIX:   chuser -a
HP:   usermod
LINUX(RedHat): usermod
SOLARIS:  usermod
TRU64:   usermod
8.unique host id
AIX:   hostid
HP:   uname -i
LINUX(RedHat): hostid
SOLARIS:  hostid
TRU64:   hostid
9 management tools
AIX:   smit
HP:   sam
LINUX(RedHat): linuxconf
SOLARIS:  admintool
TRU64:
10 performance monitoring tools:
AIX:   top    monitor  
HP:   top    glance
LINUX(RedHat): top
SOLARIS:  top
TRU64:   top
11 monitoring command system:
AIX:   sar  
HP:   sar
LINUX(RedHat): sar
SOLARIS:  sar
TRU64:   /usr/opt/svr4/bin/sar
In AIX
SAR -a 110 reflects the use of file access system calls per second, the report contains several kinds of file access calls execution times.

12 the memory monitoring:
AIX:   vmstat
HP:   vmstat
LINUX(RedHat): vmstat
SOLARIS:  vmstat
TRU64:   vmstat
13 of the IO.:
AIX:   iostat
HP:   iostat
LINUX(RedHat): iostat
SOLARIS:  iostat
TRU64:   iostat
14 of the error log inspection:
AIX: alog -o -t boot or errpt
HP:   dmesg
LINUX(RedHat): dmesg
SOLARIS:  dmesg
TRU64:   uerf -R -o full
15 the maximum physical memory
AIX:   1tb
HP:   4tb
LINUX(RedHat):         64gb
SOLARIS:  16tb
TRU64:   4tb
16 shows the size of swap
AIX:   lsps -a
HP:   swapinfo -a
LINUX(RedHat): free
SOLARIS:  swap -l
TRU64:   swapon -s
17.Activate Swap
AIX:   swapon -a
HP:   swapon -a
LINUX(RedHat): swapon -a
SOLARIS:  swap -a
TRU64:   swapon -a
18.network ip configuration
AIX:   lsattr -E -l inet0
HP:   /etc/rc.config.d/netconf
LINUX(RedHat):  /etc/sysconfig/networkscripts
SOLARIS: /etc/Hostname.* and /etc/inet/* and/etc/defaultrouter
TRU64:   /etc/rc.config
19.host IP where address is
AIX:   /etc/hosts
HP:   /etc/hosts
LINUX(RedHat): /etc/hosts
SOLARIS:  /etc/inet/hosts
TRU64:   /etc/hosts
20.name service switch
AIX:   /etc/netsrv.conf
HP:   /etc/nsswitch.conf
LINUX(RedHat):  /etc/nsswitch.conf
SOLARIS:  /etc/nsswitch.conf
TRU64:   /etc/svc.conf
21 file system table in which?
AIX:   /etc/filesystems
HP:   /etc/fstab
LINUX(RedHat): /etc/fstab
SOLARIS:  /etc/vfstab
TRU64:   /etc/fstab
22.free disk blocks
AIX:   df -k
HP:   bdf
LINUX(RedHat): df -k
SOLARIS:  df -k
TRU64:   df -k
23.device list
AIX:   lsdev -C
HP:   /sbin/ioscan
LINUX(RedHat): cat /proc/devices
SOLARIS:  sysdef
TRU64:   file /dev/rrz*a   
  /dev/rrz6a:     character special (8/6144) SCSI #0 CD-ROM X                
                           disk #48 (SCSI ID #6) (SCSI LUN #0) 
mount -r /dev/rz6c /cdrom
24.disk information
AIX:   bootinfo -s hdisk#
HP:   diskinfo /dev/rdsk/c#t#d#
LINUX(RedHat): cat /proc/scsi/scsi0/sda/mode1
SOLARIS: format -d c#t#d# Or format > current or format; >inquiry
TRU64:   file /dev/rrz0c
25.disk label
AIX:   lspv -l hdisk#
HP:   pvdisplay -v /dev/dsk/c#t#d#
LINUX(RedHat): fdisk -l
SOLARIS:  prtvtoc
TRU64:   disklabel -p rz0
26.journal filesystem type
AIX:   jfs
HP:   vxfs
LINUX(RedHat): Ext3 or ReiserFS
SOLARIS:  vxfs
TRU64:   advfs
  
27.display volume group
AIX:   lsvg -l rootvg
HP:   vgdisplay -v vg00
LINUX(RedHat): vgdisplay -v
SOLARIS:  vxprint -l -g rootdg
TRU64:   volprint -l -g rootdg
28.modify physical volume
AIX:   chpv
HP:   pvchange
LINUX(RedHat): pvchange
SOLARIS: 
TRU64:  
29.prepare physcial disk
AIX:   mkdev -c disk -l hdisk#
HP:   pvcreate
LINUX(RedHat): pvcreate
SOLARIS:  vxdiskadd
TRU64:   voldiskadd
30.list physical volume
AIX:   lspv
HP:   pvdisplay
LINUX(RedHat): pvdisplay
SOLARIS:  vxprint -dl
TRU64:   volprint -dl
31.remove disk from volume group
AIX:   reducevg
HP:   vgreduce
LINUX(RedHat): vgreduce
SOLARIS:  vxdg rmdisk
TRU64:   voldg rmdisk
32.move logical volume to another physcial volume
AIX:   migratepv
HP:   pvmove
LINUX(RedHat): pvmove
SOLARIS:  vxassist move
TRU64:   volassist move
33.create volume group
AIX:   mkvg
HP:   vgcreate
LINUX(RedHat): vgcreate
SOLARIS:  vxdg init
TRU64:   voldg init
34.remove volume group
AIX:  
HP:   vgremove
LINUX(RedHat): vgremove
SOLARIS: 
TRU64:  
35.volume group availability
AIX: chvg and varyonvg and varyoffvg
HP:   vgchange
LINUX(RedHat): vgchange
SOLARIS: 
TRU64:  
36.import volume group
AIX:   importvg
HP:   vgimport
LINUX(RedHat): vgimport
SOLARIS:  vxdg import
TRU64:   voldg import
37.export volume group
AIX:   exportvg
HP:   vgexport
LINUX(RedHat): vgexport
SOLARIS:  vxdg deport
TRU64:   voldg deport
38.volume group list
AIX:   lsvg
HP:   vgscan
LINUX(RedHat): vgscan
SOLARIS: 
TRU64:  
39.change logical volume characteristics
AIX:   chlv
HP:   lvchange
LINUX(RedHat): lvchange
SOLARIS:  vxedit set
TRU64:   voledit set
40.list logical volume
AIX:   lslv  
HP:   lvdisplay
LINUX(RedHat): lvdisplay
SOLARIS:  vxprint -vl
TRU64:   volprint -vl
41.make logical volume
AIX:   mklv
HP:   lvcreate
LINUX(RedHat): lvcreate
SOLARIS:  vxassist make
TRU64:   volassist make
42.extend logical volume
AIX:   extendlv
HP:   lvextend
LINUX(RedHat): lvextend
SOLARIS:  vxassist growto
TRU64:   volassist growto
43. reduce logical volume
AIX:  
HP:   lvreduce
LINUX(RedHat): lvreduce
SOLARIS:  vxassist shrinkto
TRU64:   volassist shrinkto
44.remove logical volume
AIX:   rmlv
HP:   lvremove
LINUX(RedHat): lvremove
SOLARIS:  vxedit rm
TRU64:   voledit -g rootdg -rf rm vol1
45.startup where script?
AIX:   /etc/rc
HP:   /sbin/rc
LINUX(RedHat): /etc/rc.d/rc
SOLARIS:  /sbin/init.d
TRU64:   /sbin/init.d
46.kernel parameter
AIX:   lsattr -E -l sys0
HP: sysdef and kmtune and kmsystem
LINUX(RedHat): sysctl -a
SOLARIS:  sysdef -i
TRU64: sysconfig and dxkerneltuner
47.physical memory
AIX:   bootinfo -r
HP:   grep -i Physical /var/adm/syslog/syslog.log
LINUX(RedHat): free
SOLARIS:  prtconf
TRU64:   uerf |grep memory
48.kernel bits
AIX:   bootinfo -k  bootinfo -y
HP:   getconf KERNEL_BITS
LINUX(RedHat): getconf WORD_BIT
SOLARIS:  isainfo -kv
TRU64:  
49.install software
AIX:   installp -a
HP:   swinstall
LINUX(RedHat): rpm -i package
SOLARIS:  pkgadd
TRU64:   setld -l
50.uninstall software
AIX:   installp -u
HP:   swremove
LINUX(RedHat): rpm -e package
SOLARIS:  pkgrm
TRU64:   setld -d
51.list installed software
AIX:   lslpp -L all
HP:   swlist
LINUX(RedHat): rpm -qa
SOLARIS:  pkginfo
TRU64:   setld -i
52.list installed package
AIX:   instfix -i
HP:   swlist -l patch
LINUX(RedHat):
SOLARIS: 
TRU64:  
53.CPU
AIX:   lsdev -Cc processor
HP:   ioscan -fnC processor
LINUX(RedHat): cat /proc/cpuinfo
SOLARIS:  psrinfo -v
TRU64:   psrinfo -v
54.list terminal
AIX:   lsdev -Cc tty
HP:   ioscan -fnC tty
LINUX(RedHat):
SOLARIS:  pmadm -l
TRU64:  
55 diagnosis
AIX:   diag
HP:   stm
LINUX(RedHat): Lspci and pnpdump
SOLARIS: 
TRU64:  
56.CDROM
AIX:   /dev/cd0
HP:   /dev/dsk/c#t#d0
LINUX(RedHat): /dev/sda
SOLARIS:  /dev/
TRU64  
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Posted by Cher at December 30, 2013 - 11:04 PM